One Night at the Call Center. Home · One Night at Size Report. DOWNLOAD PDF Working the Night Shift: Women in India's Call Center Industry. Read more . One Night @ the Call Center is a novel written by Chetan Bhagat and first published in The novel revolves around a group of six call center employees. One Night @ The Call Center - Gujarati. Author, Chetan Bhagat; ISBN No. ; No of Pages: ; Language: Gujarati.
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Let us have a sneak peek into the books that made him a mass writer. Though the critics dismissed him as a pedestrian writer, he was least bothered as long as his books were hitting the million mark.
While readers loved him for his simple writing style and day-to-day stories, filmmakers adapted his stories on celluloid. Published in , the novel sold over a million copies worldwide. The novel tells the story of six call center employees, who stories are interconnected in some or other day. The book was also adapted for a Bollywood film titled Hello in As of , the novel had an estimated to have sold 2.
The 3 Mistakes of My Life It is the third novel by Chetan Bhagat, which is based on the lives of three friends interwoven between two major historic events in Gujarat — earthquake and riots. The 3 Mistakes of My Life has reportedly sold 10 lakh copies in just 10 months.
The book has been adapted for celluloid as Kai Poche, the movie that marks the Bollywood debut of talented Sushant Rajput. It is based on a couple from two poles-apart states in India, who had the hardest time of their life convincing their parents to approve of their marriage.
Bhagat produced this intriguing novel after quitting his job as an investment banker. Ishan is witty and talkative. He is more emotional than logical.
He takes decisions by his emotions. Due to this he is in stark contrast to Govind. Ish trusts Govind for most of the novel until he learns about his affair with Vidya after which he stops talking to him. Omi is the son of the Hindu priest of the local temple.
His family enjoys great respect among the people. Through Omi's parents and maternal uncle who owns a few shops as a part of the temple trust property , they readily get a place to start their business. He is a rather dumb boy and has not many dreams, but he likes to concentrate on having a healthy body. However, he resents growing up and being a saint like his father.
He is a religious person and eventually takes active part in his maternal uncle's religious politics.
He is, however, confused about his religious views which are mainly influenced by Bittoo Mama. Vidya is Ishan's younger sister.
She is a rebel at heart and dreams to break free from the constraints of a typical middle-class family and society, to go to Mumbai , do a course in PR and become independent. She, however, despises maths which is required for her medical entrance exams. Hence, Ish asks Govind to take her mathematics tuition. In between their tuition they fall in love which is kept a secret.
Ali is one of the students in Ish's coaching classes and a great batsman because of a rare gift of nature which is hyper active reflexes. However, he doesn't play much cricket as he gets tired after three or four balls which is a side effect of his extraordinary ability. He enjoys playing marbles.
He is a Muslim and respects Ish like a Guru. He, like Ishaan, is patriotic at heart. He denies the offer of Australian scholarship and wants to play on the Indian side.
Bittoo Mama is Omi's maternal uncle. Mama runs the trust of the temple and agrees to rent the place to the three friends for the cricket shop. He is an active member of a Hindu political party. He follows the preachings of Parekh-ji, a political-cum-spiritual leader and has complete faith in him. He has locked his horns with Ali's father who belongs to the Secular Party.
He has a son, Dhiraj. Mama is not fond of Govind as he is an agnostic. He is the main antagonist of the story. Govind's mom wants her son to pursue a degree in Engineering. She runs a home-made food business.