Well-known novelist Chetan Bhagat on Friday said here that had Prime Minister Narendra Modi been Doon School-educated, he would not have faced any criticism as he deprecated the move by eminent persons to return their government-conferred awards.
Celebrated author Chetan Bhagat on Friday faced intense Twitter backlash following his controversial remarks on historians, who have come out strongly and protested against the Narendra Modi government over 'rising intolerance' and "highly vitiated atmosphere in the country.
During the "Nach Baliye 7" journey, author Chetan Bhagat, one of the judges of the dance reality show, has been approached by many to show off his dancing skills on stage, and he refused. But he is ready to make an exception for the finale.
After the success of all Chetan Bhagat adaptations, his book 'Half Girlfriend' too was bound to be taken up by Bollywood. Speculations about who will be cast as the lead have been rife ever since the release of the book.
Novelist Chetan Bhagat today told Delhi High Court that he will change the objectionable words allegedly used in his bestselling novel 'Half Girlfriend' which had portrayed a royal family from Bihar as alcoholics and gamblers.
His books have found visual translation in Hindi movies, but author Chetan Bhagat remains unstirred by the glitz and glamour of the tinsel town and says he won't change his style of writing to suit Bollywood's sensibilities.
After captivating audiences of the small screen with engrossing tales in the fiction genre, Ekta Kapoor has ventured into non-fiction format with reality show “Nach Baliye 7”. The TV tsarina says the ongoing season will unfold many facets of a relationship and terms judge and author Chetan Bhagat as the 'X-Factor' of the show.
Scripted and staged fights are thought to be synonymous with reality shows. Now, author Chetan Bhagat, who will be judging dance reality TV show “Nach Baliye 7”, is on a quest to find out the truth for himself.