Expect a book that is written in a simple language; one that is especially tailor-made for readers who are looking to get a basic idea of the current state of India (mostly the last 10 years 2009 to 2019) – political, social and economic wise.
The book is basically a crime mystery in the garb of a romantic drama. Surely, there is a bit of both (romance and drama) but the suspense overpowers them in a big way. What I absolutely loved in this book is its strong plot. If there is one thing that appears to have taken a good amount of effort and thinking, it is the plot.
Chetan Bhagat’s “One Indian Girl” is a story of a girl called Radhika Mehta who is a hot-shot banker working in the prestigious Investment Bank, Goldman Sachs. The book is narrated from Radhika’s point and it is really hard to believe that a man could have written so realistically about a woman and her feelings.