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download Half Girlfriend by Chetan Bhagat (eBook) online at Lulu. Visit the Lulu Marketplace for product details, ratings, and reviews. Home; Half Girlfriend. Half Girlfriend. Author Name: Chetan Bhagat. A romantic love story between Madhav Jha,a Bihari boy and rich Riya Somani. Category. DescriptionOnce upon a time, there was a Bihari boy called Madhav. He fell in love with a rich girl from Delhi called Riya. Madhav didnt speak.
A year later, Riya marries her childhood friend Rohan and settles in London, where Rohan has a big business.
Finding Delhi unbearable on grounds of losing Riya, Madhav settles in his hometown and helps his mother, Rani Sahiba, who runs her school. Seeing the condition of the school — no proper classes or toilets — Madhav decides to meet local MLA Ojha for financial help, but the MLA refuses to help.
Madhav tries his best to convince Gates to fund his school, but to do so he has to prepare a speech, preferably in English. In the course of his struggle, he comes across Riya, who is now a divorcee.
Riya helps him prepare the speech. They two are successful in their fundraising, but, after the speech, Riya leaves a letter for him which states that she is in the last stage of lung cancer and has only 3 months left to survive.
Riya's letter confesses her love for Madhav but states she has three months to live. When Madhav attempts to track her down, he finds that she has cut all ties in India and has disappeared.
After three years, it is revealed from Riya's journals that she is alive and that she had faked her cancer. Madhav goes in search of her in New York. After three months of extensively searching, he finds her at a bar and the two reconcile and finally consummate their relationship. The Execution: 1.
Having worked out his grand role thus, this self-appointed common man's author sits down to write. He doesn't realize this, but the role he has assigned makes it very easy for him to crank out book after book with almost minimal effort.
He might be able to finish an entire plot in one sitting. After all exposing cliches as reality without getting into the complexities that make them a part of life is his role.
He is surprised at the ease with which he is able to do this. His characters just seem to spring out of nowhere and fade into nothingness between the covers, doing exactly what he bids them in between.
Complete mastery. Which author can boast of that? Conclusion: Must be a genius.
Bonus: He discovers that he is now also an expert in every national issue and can pontificate effortlessly. He does not realize that anyone can have an opinion, and by being allowed to mouth off on them, he is not being treated like an expert, but as a celebrity.
Being a celebrity in this country is license to be an expert on anything, and he gets disproportionate voice in the media, though usually a shrill and mildly pompous one.
He becomes hated by the intellectual community of the country for this. Geniuses are always hated, right?