In the event that Chetan Bhagat's commitment towards making Indians read must be delineated graphically, the diagram will take the state of a chime bend. That is to say, better believe it, he got a colossal populace snared on to some simple writing, yet in the event that he will keep composing Bollywood screenplays in pretense of books, you may very well consider sparing some exertion and skirting the 250 odd pages of content to go for the master plan stuff specifically. What's more, for the few who wouldn't like the motion picture either, here's showing a fair outline of his most recent: Half-Girlfriend.Half Girlfriend is shrewdly showcased as an account of Madhav, a Hindi speaking Bihari who becomes hopelessly enamored with Riya, a first class Delhi young lady at the prestigious St. Stephen's College. It betrays you into trusting that the story would spin around the travails of a man who can't communicate in English. Be that as it may, it is a tale about being horny for somebody route over your alliance and afterward giving it the name of intimate romance. Considering the quantity of folks who twitch off to pictures of Deepika Padukone consistently, the plot appears to be relatable. Just on the off chance that it were as simple as whacking the weasel.