The novel, Half Girlfriend portrays the true picture of Indian society in contemporary times. The paper explores the struggles of the characters and how they pass through such hardships to get success. Cheatn Bhagat is such a novelist who expresses his profound love for his country through his writing. He portrays such issues in his writing that are very close to modern generation. He comments on faulty education system, communal and racial society, problems of Indian youth and so on. Therefore, it is necessary to Indian Today's comments regarding him, " Bhagat is a symbol of new India.
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Andi Alpers’s younger brother died two years ago and his death has torn her family apart. She’s on antidepressants and is about to flunk out of her prep school. Her mother spends all day painting portraits of her lost son and her father has all but disappeared, focusing on his Nobel Prize-winning genetics work. He reappears suddenly at the beginning of winter break to institutionalize his wife and whisk Andi off to Paris with him. There he will be conducting genetic tests on a heart rumored to belong to the last dauphin of France.
A torch bearer for an unafraid generation." 1 Chetan Bhagat was born on 22 April 1974 in Delhi, the capital of India, in a middle class Punjabi family. His father was in army and his mother was an employee in a government department. He got his early education in Delhi. First he joined an Army Public School at Dhaula Kuan from 1978 to 1991. His early childhood memories reflect his middle class family. As this is known through one of his articles written by him in his prose colletion, What Young India Wants. Throughout my childhood, I remember the shortage of money being a constant theme in the house.
We had enough to run the kitchen and pay for utilities but little to build assets on or make expenses. For instance, we couldn't repair a broken sofa for years. When guest came to our house, we find it expensive to serve the coke and served lemonade instead. We rarely ate out in restaurants and when we did, we did so with caution, figuring out the cheapest and the most filling (sic) items on the menu.