Chetan Bhagat WhatsApp and Calling Number, Family, Wife, Net worth, Best Seller Books, Biography

Chetan Bhagat Biography, Wiki

Chetan Bhagat WhatsApp and Calling Number, Family, Wife, Net worth, Best Seller Books, Biography

Ladies and gentlemen in this article we will talk about Chetan Bhagat. Who is Chetan Bhagat? What kind of work does he do and what is his introduction? Without wasting time let's read about Chetan Bhagat.

Chetan Bhagat was born on 22 April 1974. He is a writer by profession! He was included in Time magazine's list of World’s 100 Most Influential People in 2010.

Chetan Bhagat was born in a traditional middle-class Hindu Punjabi family and grew up in NarainaVihar, West Delhi. His father used to work in the Indian Army And his mother is a scientist by profession who works for the Indian Agricultural Research Institute New Delhi. In one of his interviews, Bhagat had said that he was an average student at the age of 15.

Chetan Bhagat Education 

And gradually his studies started getting better. Bhagat did his graduated with a B.Tech degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi in 1995 as a 9+pointer, after that he went on to do a master's of business administration degree in Marketing from the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad (IIMA) and graduated in 1997. In June 2018, IIMA awarded him the "Young Alumni Achiever's Awards 2018" in the Art & Entertainment category.

Chetan Bhagat Career

Chetan Bhagat  Biography

After completing his graduation, Bhagat got a job facility from the same campus to join Peregrine Investments Holdings in hong kong. However, Bhagat lost this job within six months as the company closed its operations in 1998 After that he again joined another job Where he used to play the role of an investment banker. With Goldman Sachs at their Hong Kong office. Even though he was not happy with his boss, he had him in his mind when he was forming the villain in his second novel, "one night at the call center".

Bhagat mostly spent his time at the Goldman Sachs office writing, completing, and revising drafts for his first novel, Five Point Someone. After two years his manuscript was offered to be published by Rupa Publication.

Bhagat left Goldman Sachs and joined Deutsche Bank in 2006 And he became the Vice President of the investment group there. His second novel, One Night @ the Call Center, was published in 2005 and became a best-seller. In March 2009, Bhagat returned to India with his wife and son Bhagat had twins sons. The same year his third novel, The 3 Mistakes of My Life, was published and sold five lakh (500,000) copies in three months. In 2009, he left the bank job and devoted himself completely to writing novels. Bhagat is also a popular motivational speaker and has spoken at more than 300 organizations in 50 cities around the world.

The story of his Nobel has also been depicted on the big screen as a movie such as 3 idiots released in 2019 Kai Po Che released in 2013. The film was a commercial success and Bhagat, along with Pubali Chaudri, Supratik Sen and Abhishek Kapoor won the Filmfare Award for best screenplay for Kai Po Che! at the 59th Filmfare Awards.

According to sources, we know that In April 2017, the University of Delhi’s decision to include Bhagat’s novel Five Point Someone as part of the English literature syllabus was criticized but in September 2017 the university announced that they had kept this decision on hold due to controversy on one Indian girl.

Chetan Bhagat  Best Seller books list

• Novels

• Five Point Someone (2004)

• One Night @ the Call Center (2005)

• The 3 Mistakes of My Life (2008)

• 2 States (2009)

• Revolution 2020 (2011)

• Half Girlfriend (2014)

• One Indian Girl (2016)

• The Girl in Room 105 (2018)

• One Arranged Murder(2020)

• 400 Days (2021)

• Non-fiction

• What Young India Wants (2012)

• Making India Awesome (2015)

• India Positive (2019)

Awards and accolades

Chetan Bhagat wiki, Biography

Featured on Time magazine’s list of World’s 100 Most Influential People of 2010 in the Artists category.

listed ‘47’ among the “100 Most Creative People 2011” by the Fast Company American business magazine and business media brand.

Won the “CNN-IBN Indian of the Year 2014” award in the Entertainment category.

Ranked No. 82 on the 2017 Forbes India Celebrity 100 list.

Chetan Bhagat WhatsApp and Calling Number

According to our reports, Chetan Bhagat has made his phone number and WhatsApp number public on his website. You can call him if you want. We are here for you with his phone number and WhatsApp number, along with his website address so that you can contact him.

  • Chetan Bhagat WhatsApp: +91 9004 111 193
  • Chetan Bhagat Phone / Calling number: +91 9004 111 183
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Chetan Bhagat Q&A 

What does the book hope to achieve?

It hopes to discuss the importance of ‘unloving’, something that is probably as important as loving someone. Sometimes, we just have to learn to let go, move on and find meaning in life. It also hopes to shed light on contemporary India, whether it is the Kashmir issue, the prejudices Indians carry, or the state of Indian media.



Why did you write this book?

I have written several books, a lot of which have been love stories. I don’t think enough has been written about the dark side of love – the stage when love ends – and how difficult it can be to move on. I wanted to write about this but in a fun way.

I also felt the need to do something different in terms of genre, both for myself and my readers.

The Girl in Room 105 is my attempt at some sort of a thriller genre, even though it is difficult to put my books in any one category. I wanted to do a gripping thriller, which moves fast and has a lot of humor as well, and The Girl in 105hopes to tick all those boxes.


Have you had to ‘unlove’ as well?

Is there anyone in this world who hasn’t had to do that? When love ends, a residue remains in us. Sometimes we may be angry at the other person, even hate them. All that still shows connection and involvement at an emotional level. As they say, the opposite of love does not hate, it is indifference. To reach that stage of indifference takes a long time and it is then that the ‘unlove’ happens. So yes, I have had my share of heartbreak and lack of closure too, and that perhaps has inspired Keshav’s love for Zara in The Girl in Room 105.


What is the Kashmir angle in the story? Is it a Kashmir book?

The Kashmir issue is a complex one and something our country has grappled with ever since Independence. Even though I have done the research and written several columns on Kashmir, by no means am I a Kashmir expert. Hence, I have not attempted to solve the Kashmir problem or claimed to have understood it better than others.

However, I do feel the Indian youth at large is not very aware of what is happening in Kashmir, and what life is like for the ordinary people who live there. We only see breaking news about some incident, or some complex expert takes on it. I felt that setting the story against the backdrop of that state may show people the Kashmir of today, and maybe create an awareness of the issues.

Hence, The Girl in Room 105is not a Kashmir book in that sense. It is a book set in Kashmir, and Kashmir forms an important part of it.


What is your take on the Kashmir issue?

Like I said in the previous question, I can’t claim to be an expert on Kashmir nor do I have all the solutions. I think the situation is complex, and all sides are doing some things right and some things wrong. And while that doesn’t help in solving a problem, I think what needs to happen is a lot more communication from both sides. We need to bring Kashmir into the mainstream, and particularly talk to the youth there and figure out the best way forward.


How is writing a thriller different from writing a love story?

There’s a lot of difference. Even though all my books are fast-paced and action-oriented, in a thriller, things have to move even faster. Also, everything needs to be really precise, each moment has to add up and make sense. In one way, with a thriller, every reader becomes an editor, and we have to be extra careful in the editing process to ensure everything fits just right. The climax of thrillers is also really important – it has to have the right amount of tension and surprise for the reader. Doing all this was a lot of fun in The Girl in Room 105.


Keshav’s Hindu. Zara’s Muslim. Is there a Hindu-Muslim angle too in the book?

I don’t want to reveal too much, but all I would say is yes, there might be something, but not how you expect it. For more, read the book!

Chetan Bhagat wiki, Biography, Bestseller books

Chetan Bhagat Biography Details
Full Name Chetan Bhagat
Nick Name Chetan Bhagat
Date of birth 22 April 1974
Age 48 Years in 2022
Birth Place NarainaVihar, West Delhi.
Home Town Delhi
Religion Hindu
Nationality Indian
profession Writer, Ontorpronior
Father No information
Mother No information
Siblings No information
Wife No information
Marital Status Married
Children Two Child
Height 5 ft 9 in Approx
Weight 65 Kgs Approx
Hair Color Black
Eyes Color Black
Net Worth 50 cr Approx
Facebook Chetan Bhagat Facebook link
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Favorite Place No information
Phone Number +91 9004 111 193
WhatsApp Number +91 9004 111 183
Email address /

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