By Anisha Dhiman
While majority of us are well aware of the existence of Chetan Bhagat, the mention of his younger brother and debut author Ketan, is likely to evoke the expression ‘Does Chetan Bhagat even have a brother?’ Regional sales manager for Oracle, 35-year-old Ketan Bhagat is the author of Complete/ Convenient, a book about a NRI named Kabir, which is based on real-life incidents from Ketan’s own life. And with the launch set to take place on May 15, Ketan is ready to face the inevitable comparison with his famous brother.
Complete/Convenient – Ketan Bhagat talks: interview
Let’s introduce you to Ketan Bhagat. We all know his as a 35-year-old middle class common man living in Mumbai and as renowned writer Chetan Bhagat’s brother. Now something which many didn’t know. He is an ex-anchor with Doordarshan and is up with a new book – Complete/Convenient. The book which is slated for launch on May 15th is being published by Srishti publications.
BOLDSKY.COM – MAY 2, 2013
Ketan Bhagat Talks About Complete/Convenient
There is a new star on the horizon of Indian literature. Apart from an independent writing style and a good story he also has the ‘writer genes’ in him. We are talking about Ketan Bhagat who is all set to launch his debut novel ‘Complete/Convenient’ on the 15th of May 2013. He is the younger brother of famous writer Chetan Bhagat. So along with a lot of publicity and recognition, Ketan Bhagat also has to deal with high hopes from the readers.
Plead of a Common Indian Man
By Ketan Bhagat
This is my response to a touching article titled ‘Open Letter to Rape Apologists’ written by Ms Paloma Sharma on 19th April. The article went viral as thousands Facebook-ing, Tweeting about it etc, and hundreds debating on Udaipurtimes.com itself.
The Other Bhagat
He calls himself just another commoner but is now stepping into a world which his brother redefined, not so long ago. If you go by the surname, there are big expectations but Ketan Bhagat remains confident, spirited and undaunted. In a candid interview with Ritwik Mallik, he talks about his life, writing and more…
Beyond brother’s shadow
By Budhaditya Bhattacharya
Being Ketan Bhagat is not easy. As the writer brother of Chetan Bhagat (“India’s and probably the world’s most influential writer”, according to Ketan), he will be looked at with the suspicious eagerness usually reserved for sequels to popular movies – just how good or how much worse is he? With the launch of his debut novel Complete/Convenient imminent, we are about to find out very soon.