Chetan Bhagat’s novel One Indian Girl ----A Portrayal of a modern Indian Girl ‘s change in attitude towards life

K. Umakiran


Chetan Bhagat’s novel One Indian Girl is the story of Radhika Mehta, a vice-president at Goldman Sachs in London. It is a good place to note most of Radhika’s story told in three extensive flashbacks framed between a prologue and a epilogue. Every one is excited,as Radhika’s wedding in Mehta family is first destination wedding in Goa. But Radhika’s mind is in undisclosed mess, because of the situation she is in where she doesn’t have the slightest clue what exactly is going to happen. The solution for the chaos is not straightforward. Radhika is going to get married to Brijesh Gulati, an intelligent and caring person working at Facebook in San Francisco for whom Rahika has some good feelings. She earlier had relationships with Debashish Sen and Neel Gupta. Both of them planned to marry her but to certain reasons, marriage could not take place. Each time she feels disappointed and leaves the place where she was working. In the end, when she was about to marry Brijesh, other two persons arrive to marry her. She feels frustrated and cancels the marriage and goes on world tour to find out what she really likes. At last,she meets Brijesh in San Fransisco and asks him to come to Arjit Singh concert with her. He agrees and both of them start laughing in the end.     

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