Chetan Bhagat is one of the most popular Indian writers and movies have also been made based on the stories of a few of his books, such as The Three Mistakes of My Life, One Night at the Call Center, Two States, Half-Girlfriend and 5 Point Someone.
Recently, Chetan Bhagat has posted a video on Facebook in which a street hawker is seen selling books and Chetan has a conversation with him.
Chetan asks the hawker whether he has books written by Chetan Bhagat or not. The hawker says that he has a new one and then he shows it to the writer. Meanwhile, Chetan enquires whether Chetan Bhagat is a good writer or he is useless, to which the hawker replies that he has sold many books of Chetan Bhagat.
Chetan further asks him whether the book is real or fake and the hawker says that it is a copy of online. After this conversation, he ultimately reveals it to the hawker that he only is the writer himself and shakes hand with him.
Chetan Bhagat shared the video on Facebook with caption,
“When a road side vendor is trying to sell you your own book Loved his reaction when he got to know it was me!
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Social media users trolled Chetan Bhagat for the caption as the video suggests that the vendor was not trying to sell the book but the writer himself was asking questions about himself and his books.
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