ONE NIGHT @ THE CALL CENTER. —CHETAN BHAGAT. [Typeset by: Arun K Gupta]. This is someway my story. A great fun, inspirational One! Before you. : One Night at the Call Center: A Novel (): Chetan Bhagat: Books. I’m reading his One Night @ the Call centre and it is really annoying. How any one choose this kind of topic for their 2nd novel! And how bollywood made movie .

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While I was reading the novel, the anti-Americanism mostly just made me feel mildly uncomfortable. It is hungry, it is the truth. Press 2 for broken hearts. The story has some outrageously fantastic elements like a phone call from Godwhile being narrated in the most pedestrian of ways.

Bhagat’s main thrust is that his group of five characters need to face reality, stand up for themselves and have the courage to succeed — and that India needs to do the same thing.

I bought this book as i love chtan bhagats books. This book sucked at all levels.

Those day-in-the-life details were the highlight of the book for me. Apr 11, Tim Byron rated it it was ok Shelves: Jul 01, Darsana rated it did not like it Shelves: May 12, Meera marked it as desi-book-club. nught

The good thing is that the phone call had opened the eyes of all characters and they get to solve their problems on their own. Trust me i was seriously disappointed after finishing it up.

One Night at the Call Center

The novel revolves around a group of six call center employees working at the Connexions call center in GurgaonHaryanaIndia. Also the fabricated scenario about how the novel came about night train to Dehli serves only ar alienate the serious reader and reduces the writers credibility.


It’s not that well written, it’s unrelentingly insulting in its attitude toward Americans, God enters into the story in a rather goofy way, and the ending is lousy.

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If you have money to throw away, time to fritter and absolutely nothing else to read, go for it. This is their story of finding what is needed most; simple with no adornments but truthful.

I feel so dumb. Nov 22, Arlington rated it did not like it Shelves: Unbound Worlds Exploring the science fiction and fantasy universe. Thanks for telling us about the problem.


During the journey, the narrating author meets a beautiful girl. After all, I didn’t want to abandon a book 18 pages from the ending, even if it deserved that. Instead, he stuck to a plot chetan bhagat night at the call center was worthy of a really dumb bollywood flick apparently, the movie ‘Hello’ is based on this.

Apr 04, Swapna rated it it was amazing. Six friends work nights at a call center in India, providing technical support for centef major U. Don’t I know this from somewhere? To ask other readers chetan bhagat night at the call center centerr One Night at the Call Centerplease sign up. May 13, Biotech Myfoot rated it did not like it Recommends it for: But still,I would’ve expected hhagat as he is one of India’s best authors.

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Except for the occasional laugh and nice finish, this book is a complete waste of time. There is an aspect of self-help in the book as the author invites readers to identify aspects of themselves and their lives that make them angry and that they would like to change. Oct 11, Trin rated it it was ok Shelves: It takes place during the span of one night, in which all of the leading characters want their lives to change.


By me, too, almost. Please try again later. Press 3 if your life has chetan bhagat night at the call center crashed. By the way, Americans are abundantly and enthusiastically insulted in this book, so think twice before buying it if you are American.

Not recommended to anyone at all! The fact that this book was a big hit chetan bhagat night at the call center India kinda concerns me actually. This is a rather astonishing book.


To add to his unhappiness, his boss Bakshi is an unprincipled moron who routinely takes credit for Shyam’s ideas and work. The conversation with God motivates the group to such an extent that they get ready to face their problems with utmost determination and motivation. Are you so lazy and manipulative that you have to have a character mention what they think of the story so that those lines will go around and around in a reader’s head after they’re done with chetan bhagat night at the call center story?