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   K.G.Joshi College of Arts & N. G. Bedekar College Of Commerce NAME: BHARTI KAMBLE STD : S.Y.B.M.M. (Eng.) DIV : A ROLL NO : 47 SUB : INTRO TO   K.G.Joshi College of Arts & N. G. Bedekar College Of Commerce NAME: SHRIYA PONKSHE STD : S.Y.B.M.M. (Eng.) DIV : A ROLL NO : 40 SUB : INTRO TO   K.G.Joshi College of Arts & N. G. Bedekar College Of Commerce NAME: PRIYANKA A. PATIL STD : S.Y.B.M.M. (Eng.) DIV : A ROLL NO : 46 SUB : INTRO TO  2 STATES Book Review Book Name : 2 states Author : Chetan Bhagat Number of Pages : 268 Publishing year : 2009 Language : English Publisher : Rupa & Co. A love story between North and South, Chetan Bhagat's 2 States  is an easy, entertaining read.  In country like India, a love affair converted into marriage is no less than a battle won. When the two halves of the couple are from two opposite regions, things are set to get tricky. Chetan Bhagat ’s fourth novel, 2 States, revolves around this theme –  way before Chennai Express was in the works! The story opens when Punjabi-boy Krish Arora, meets Tamil-Brahmin-girl Ananya Swaminathan in the IIMA mess, where they are both studying. Ananya gets into a tiff with the mess worker, and Krish helps both of them to settle it, in return sacrificing his sweet dish, to the Ms. Popular of the college. Quite predictably, both of them fall in love and what follows is their journey of convincing their parents. Chetan Bhagat is one of my favourite authors. Though there are numerous issues in his books and his style of writing, but we can’t dispute the fact that this man has changed the face of Indian reading. I have read this book 5 times. The New York Times called him the biggest-selling English- language novelist in India’s history . Here in India, the record breaking success of his books and the movies based on them conveys all. As anticipated, 2 States was a bestseller as well. The fact that the book is somewhat inspired from his own life, makes it more believable, and consequently popular among his fans. The story moves between three cities  –  Ahmedabad, Delhi and Chennai (with a snapshot in Goa). While we are shown just a glimpse of the first city, the other two are described in full vigour. The writer intelligently captures the cultures of north and south India. While Krish’s mom and aunt will make you remember all your neighbourhood aunties, Ananya’s parents are
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