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Revolution Love, Corruption, Ambition is a novel by Chetan Bhagat. Its story is This book follows the story of two friends separated by their ambitions and passions yet connected by their love for the same girl. While Gopal , who. Revolution book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Book Summary of Revolution Once upon a time, in small-town. Revolution is the story of three childhood friends: Gopal, Raghav, and Aarthi. The story is setup in the holy-city of Varanasi. Gopal and.


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Revolution Pages · · KB chetan bhagat chetan bhagat books chetan. Preview Download Revolution - Love, Corruption, Ambition. Book Summary of Revolution Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys. One wanted to use his intelligence to make money. (Revolution By / (Chetan Bhagat/ Varsha Pathak) Online. Book Details: Language: Gujarati Published Unknown, Isbn: X,

Love, Corruption, Ambition by Chetan Bhagat. Book Summary of Revolution Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys. One wanted to use his intelligence to make money.

One wanted to use his intelligence to create a revolution. The problem was, they both loved the same girl. Welcome to Revolution A story about childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aarti who struggle to find success Book Summary of Revolution Once upon a time, in small-town India, there lived two intelligent boys.

A story about childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aarti who struggle to find success and love in Varanasi. However, it isn't easy to achieve this in an unfair society that rewards the corrupt.

As Gopal gives in to the system, and Raghav fights it, who will win? Are you ready for the revolution? Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published October 21st by Rupa Publications first published More Details Original Title. Gopal , Raghav , Aarti.

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Kota India Varanasi Benares India. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Revolution , please sign up. Hello Great Reader, my doubt is whether Chetan Bhagat has penned anything different in this book compared to his other works as no new thing to learn there, just looking and getting into gals Rajat well he does Why do u always write love stories?

IMT14 Good question See all 14 questions about Revolution …. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 27, Veeral rated it did not like it Shelves: When you name your novel Revolution , one expects a kind of soul searching, revolutionary story about a country that needs change more than ever. But, Revolution never even comes close to that. You almost feel that Bhagat wanted to cash in on the Anna Hazare movement against corruption.

To say that the story is extremely shallow might be the understatement of the year. Two boys try to get When you name your novel Revolution , one expects a kind of soul searching, revolutionary story about a country that needs change more than ever. Does Bhagat even know the admission procedure in engineering colleges of India?

And the admission procedures are centralized state wise. If you cannot even crack that, then and then only private colleges come into the picture. He seemed to brag about himself in the first couple of pages by listing his achievements in the dragged form of a story if ever there was one. Why Mr. No Mtech?

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Not anything else? Oh we get it. Because you did the same. And that is the only option, right? Chetan Bhagat might be the least knowledgeable author this country has ever produced. I wonder if he has even read more than 10 good books in his life. Because his stories do implicate that these are the most under researched works of literature ever to come out of India. To sum up the story, the main character Gopal loves his childhood friend Aarti who in fact loves their common friend Raghav.

So he naturally turns corrupt and becomes successful. On the other hand, Raghav starts dating Aarti and gets his engineering degree and turns a reporter, because hey, it is mandatory that you need to be a reporter to change the world, right? And Aarti might be one of the silliest characters ever to come out of fiction in recent times. Her character has even lesser depth and understanding than a 10 year old; that is, if a 10 year old is mentally challenged. What will become of them in the end?

There is no depth to the story. As I said earlier, he is the least knowledgeable published author to come out of India in the recent past. View all 17 comments. Oct 07, Sarika Patkotwar rated it really liked it. From Five Point Someone: Love, Corruption, Ambition is going the be the new 'brand' of the Indian youth.

The story, set in Varanasi, one of the holiest places in the country, considered to be the destination to go to get rid of your sins, is absolutely practical, definitive and gripping. It is the tale of Gopal, Raghav and Aarti who are childhood friends and even though they set out to find their own place in the world, their destinies are intertwined with that of one another and also with that of their own beloved city. The tagline of the book- Love, Corruption, Ambition suit the characters perfectly well.

Aarti is the typical Indian girl who has the dream of becoming an air- hostess and yet cares a lot for her family and friends. The daughter of a District Magistrate and the grand- daughter of an MLA, her life is already on the threshold of getting political. Aarti, however, does not consider herself one of those people who would go about raising their hand and participating in election campaigns.

Her life revolves around her two friends, Gopal and Raghav. Gopal being her best friend, she shares a special relationship with him with lots of on- again off- again signals coming from her side. Gopal talks about her 'natural maternal instincts'. She is there for both of her friends, whether they need her or not. The best thing about her is her belief that one must do what one loves to do and follow one's heart.

Raghav, in my opinion, is what every young Indian should be. A true radical reformist, Ragahv believes that the country will change only when we begin grass- root level change. Even though he completes his engineering from a prestigious college, he discovers that his true passion is journalism. He puts immense efforts in bringing news to the people as it is, in its correct from. After being fired for writing about corruption and politicians involved in scams, Raghav starts his own newsprint ' Revolution Love, Corruption, Ambition '.

This is where everything starts. From helping poor farmers to providing a clean environment, Raghav attacks it all. Gopal, our main hero or villain or as Chetan Bhagat rightly puts in the end- "I'll let the readers decide how they want to consider you. I simply write about people. I don't cast them as heroes or villains. Coming from a poor family, one cannot help but feel sympathy towards him. He is what ever Indian farmer's child is- born in debt. His father works hard to get loans for his education and Gopal disappoints not only his father, but also himself.

It is but obvious that when Gopal gets an opportunity to start off the path of becoming rich, he takes it without looking back. And there you have it, within a few years, Mr.

Gopal Mishra is the director of a brand new college, where students idolize him. What more could he have asked for? The only factor that binds the childhood friends together, Gopal is truly a significant character. He believes that no matter what, we will never loose the 'Keshav' or the innocence and goodness that is there within us. One of the other characters who really caught my attention was MLA Shukla. He is the epitome of the Indian politician, 'I will arrange for it' being his favourite sentence throughout the book.

A father figure and mentor to Gopal, Shukla also is a good person, only if that is what you want to believe. The faculty of Gopal's college 'GangaTech' as also the people involved in its establishment play a very significant role in the book.

Somewhere in this entire scam and corruption scenario, the entire concept of Varanasi being the place to get rid of your sins hits you in the face, making you think that maybe the reason behind the backdrop being Varanasi is the clearance of our sins. After this book, 'Tourism Varanasi' will definitely be the need of the hour.

Varanasi is already flooded with foreign and Indian tourists, another fact Chetan Bhagat has stressed on. It is really wonderful to read about how wonderful our country is and how wonderfully we perceive it as being so.

The remaining characters too play an important role and manage to shine in the presence of Aarti, Raghav and Gopal. Raghav and Gopal are IIT and AIEEE aspirants and I am sure every Indian, whether in the engineering field or not, will be able to relate to the anxiety before these competitive exams as also during the time of the announcement of the results, since all of us know someone or the other who goes through the same.

In that sense, Chetan Bhagat sticks to the domain of engineering as always. However, students of other fields will also relate easily with the situations that take place, whether in the households, school or with friends and family. It is an Indian's book. For me, the story begins from the 30 acres of agricultural land owned by Gopal's grand- father. That is where all the corruption starts, from the family to the national level, corruption exists everywhere. The timing of publication has been well thought of, given that we just witnessed the humongous Anti- graft movement led by Anna Hazare.

It shows us the true colors of life in the villages of India and also the true work that our representatives 'claim' to do. Basically, it describes India as she is without any edits and cuts.

This is the book that will help us change our own outlook and do something about putting it into practice for the betterment of our country. I personally wish the book is made a compulsory read in colleges.

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It is up to us to decide what we perceive as good and what is the bad and it also up to us to think of changing that which we think is bad and how we go about changing it. Revolution is a book that will not take up much of your time, so give it go! It is high time for a real Revolution to take actually take place.

I would want every Indian youth to read this one. It is our country and we need to take charge of it. Chetan Bhagat does an excellent job yet again of making readers believe that everything is possible.

You do not necessarily have to be grand to do something, you just need to believe in yourself and what it is that you want to do. Make way for the rockstar and a new generation!

View 2 comments. Oct 07, Claussius rated it liked it. Made a me cry tonnes, still red eyed: CB knows the art of strumming heart's strings. Definitely worth a read.

View all 3 comments. Oct 12, Reena rated it it was ok.

View all 28 comments. Dec 15, Pari rated it it was ok. I will give those two stars only because he and his books never fail to create curiosity and buzz among the people.

His marketing skills are indeed wow! Yours truly including bought the book out of sheer curiosity, gave in to the temptation of reading what the whole of India is reading.

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And well, was I disappointed? At the end of the read pages, takes some hours I merely shrugged my shoulders, nodded my head and smiled..

Writes a book instead of a movie sc I will give those two stars only because he and his books never fail to create curiosity and buzz among the people. Writes a book instead of a movie script!! The setting of Varanasi, using names that all Indians can correlate to, and pitching in a love story where love is expressed and yet not winning is the magic formula for this one.

Gopal, the lead character, is supposed to be having some grey shades.

Unfortunately, CB fails in creating neither a positive or negative character outa him. There were times that you could relate to him, but turn the page and the connection is over.

None of the characters for that matter leaves a profound impact on you. The book's title supposed to be revolving around the second guy, Raghav, is falling short of anything sensational. Rather name the book LoveStory.. CB has tried to portray the eminent corruption in our education system, but covering it with a love story did not go well with this one.

The humour, which more often that not, is the highlight of many of his books, was also missing in this one. The female lead. I wonder whether she was supposed to have a positive or negative trait to herself. How can someone be so confused about their lives, and yet were shown to be strong and solid.

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The end spoils it all! You would rather expect a better twist.. Avoid if you are lookng for some good CB stuff, read if you are tempted, like I was and then lament! View all 7 comments. May 29, Antara Ghosh rated it did not like it Shelves: Why oh why must everyone keep harping on the darn issue of men and women cant be friends?

If they are friends now, then they are either a will become lovers eventually. I am a woman, with I think at least as many men friends as women. I have managed to keep my friends both men and women , without resorting to hugging or kissing them frequently, letting any of them pay for my cups of coffee constantly, and taking advantage of Why oh why must everyone keep harping on the darn issue of men and women cant be friends? I have managed to keep my friends both men and women , without resorting to hugging or kissing them frequently, letting any of them pay for my cups of coffee constantly, and taking advantage of them manipulatively.

And voila! Not one of them accidentally fell into bed with me! Naturally, riding high on his confidence, I bought his latest release at Pre-Order stage itself on Flipkart and was delivered the book on friday.

Damn excited to hold a crisp new novel in my hands, I eagerly settled down to pore through pages of love, corruption and ambition. As the title itself hinted at a possible love story intermingled with the greed of bribery laced community and personal vendetta, I was quite sure that it would be a satire on the corrupt ways of society and frivolity of man and expected it to be an interesting read.

The Prologue reconfirmed my initial hunches. But, in this book, Chetan seems to have undergone a slight transformation. He is now projected as a New age Motivational Guru, speaking for the benefit of students of GangaTech College, and he ends up acting as a sound board for the 26 year old Director, Gopal Mishra, who is one of the youngest, richest and yet the unhappiest man in the holy city of Varanasi. One thing leads to another and soon Gopal and Aarti become best friends, sharing their food and time.

Just when I expected the story to follow a romantic lead, Chetan introduced a twist by meddling love with career. As expected, the frail shoulders of this love-lost young man snap under the heavy load, and he returns to Varanasi as a doomed man, only to find Aarti in the arms of his childhood friend, Raghav.

Now, what would the boy do? Kill himself or beg his uncle for an out of court settlement or become a thief to get rid of the loan? He is the epitome of the Indian politician, 'I will arrange for it' being his favourite sentence throughout the book.

A father figure and mentor to Gopal, Shukla also is a good person, only if that is what you want to believe. The faculty of Gopal's college 'GangaTech' as also the people involved in its establishment play a very significant role in the book.

Somewhere in this entire scam and corruption scenario, the entire concept of Varanasi being the place to get rid of your sins hits you in the face, making you think that maybe the reason behind the backdrop being Varanasi is the clearance of our sins. After this book, 'Tourism Varanasi' will definitely be the need of the hour. Varanasi is already flooded with foreign and Indian tourists, another fact Chetan Bhagat has stressed on. It is really wonderful to read about how wonderful our country is and how wonderfully we perceive it as being so.

The remaining characters too play an important role and manage to shine in the presence of Aarti, Raghav and Gopal. Raghav and Gopal are IIT and AIEEE aspirants and I am sure every Indian, whether in the engineering field or not, will be able to relate to the anxiety before these competitive exams as also during the time of the announcement of the results, since all of us know someone or the other who goes through the same. In that sense, Chetan Bhagat sticks to the domain of engineering as always.

However, students of other fields will also relate easily with the situations that take place, whether in the households, school or with friends and family. It is an Indian's book. For me, the story begins from the 30 acres of agricultural land owned by Gopal's grand- father.

That is where all the corruption starts, from the family to the national level, corruption exists everywhere. The timing of publication has been well thought of, given that we just witnessed the humongous Anti- graft movement led by Anna Hazare. It shows us the true colors of life in the villages of India and also the true work that our representatives 'claim' to do.

Basically, it describes India as she is without any edits and cuts. This is the book that will help us change our own outlook and do something about putting it into practice for the betterment of our country.

I personally wish the book is made a compulsory read in colleges.Pretty Chetan Bhagatian". I liked the character of Gopal because other 2 have got nothing much to do in the story. She is not into you. Aarti and Gopal reconnect and often meet after work in coffee shops and other places, unbeknownst to Raghav. I can't stop laughing on the way he This is the best book in the CB category so far. Ruchit rawal.

The girl the problem for the both guys who makes some twist in there life and raghav and gopal clash and finally gopal gives the great satisfaction makes the book more effective

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