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    Complete / Convenient: There is More to Men than Bromance (English, Paperback, Ketan Bhagat)

    Complete / Convenient: There is More to Men than Bromance  (English, Paperback, Ketan Bhagat)

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    • Language: English
    • Binding: Paperback
    • Publisher: Srishti Publishers & Distributors
    • ISBN: 9789380349923, 9380349920
    • Edition: 2013
    • Pages: 384
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    Complete / Convenient: There Is More To Men Than Bromance is a beautiful, heartfelt story of a young and excited Kabir, who is newly married and settled in Sydney.

    Summary Of The Book

    Complete / Convenient: There Is More To Men Than Bromance depicts a very strange contrast between India and other countries. It talks of developed countries, where the worries of everyday life like the chaotic traffic, the rush to complete work, the suffocating corruption and red tapism are virtually absent. A land where life is simpler, faster and gives one time for other luxuries.

    The author explores the plot in the backdrop of the charming story of Kabir. Kabir has earned a promotion with great perseverance and care, one that takes him to Sydney. Kabir and his new wife enjoy the scintillating life Sydney has to offer. Ketan Bhagat describes the beautiful city well and carves the adventures of the lead character in detail. He details how Kabir leads a kingly life punctuated regularly with the relaxing experience of spending time on beaches. Bhagat describes the sweet romance, bitter office issues, and the picturesque landscape that dots the horizon.

    The author quite subtly goes into the stage when Kabir starts missing his homeland, its nitty gritties and the slight unease of its crowded streets. Despite all the professional success and the new friends, he cannot let go of the memory of his homeland. Complete / Convenient: There Is More To Men Than Bromance compares the emotions of the NRIs and the Indians who reside in India. He points out the contrast in the way each section leads their life and how they envy each other because of that.

    About Ketan Bhagat

    Ketan Bhagat is a debut novelist and sales manager. Bhagat is a 35 years old, and belongs to the middle class strata of the society. He is settled in Mumbai. He has travelled to different places like Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand for work, before finally moving back to India. His book has been drawn from his own experiences. His brother is Chetan Bhagat, India’s best selling author.

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      • 2013
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    Book Review : “Ketan Bhagat’s – Complete /Convenient”

    I took a little longer than usual to sit and write a review for “Ketan Bhagat’s – Complete /Convenient” even after finishing the book some 2 weeks ago, all thanks to my travelling schedule.
    Before even reading the first page of the book, I was kind of curious after knowing that author is brother of none other than Chetan Bhagat and to add on to it , I figured out that eventually Ketan and me , we both work for the same organization though located in two different parts of India.
    Coming back t...
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    Ayaan Basu

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    2 Jul, 2013

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    Surprising Read

    This book has been a surprising read. Ketan Bhagat is nothing like his famous brother. He is a far better writer and in control of his writing. Simply written and a story line that will keep you engaged till the very end. The length can be daunting but the read is nothing but entertaining.
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    Phoenix

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    22 Jul, 2013

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    must read

    This is a must read for all those who see they can discover gone reverie to get out of our abundant land devoid of breaking to sense, and in reality, go to the fore and ordeal out this fixation out, as it will enlighten you things you had surely not squashed over prior and also for the cause that it has the covert to be the then craze all and sundry is chitchatting on the theme of life being more apt there but survival is more complete at this stage.
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    Kalyan Panja

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    29 Jun, 2013

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    Not bad at all!

    Taking reference from his own life, possibly, Ketan Bhagat's debut novel Complete/Convenient talks about miseries of NRIs who are on one hand homesick, and on the other hand tied to foreign countries for the moolah they can rake from their. We all know at least one such person in our lives and the story is easy to identify with and accpt.

    Smooth writing, good editing, good narration, Complete/Convenient is a nice, easy read. Forget that the author is related to an already established author....
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    Samarpita Sharma

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    28 Jun, 2013

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    A gem of a debut novel from the Bhagat family!

    As was with Chetan Bhagat, Ketan Bhagat has written a gem of a debut novel. It is directed towards IT professional and what they face when they are overseas. Ketan's writing is more direct and less of masala in comparison to his brother. Punjabis will love this book too as a lot about their lifestyle is mentioned in the book in a humorous manner..
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    Binu Thomas

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    28 Jun, 2013

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    The Journey

    The way Ketan has written Kabir's journey in his personal and professional life is a treat to read and also in a way reflect what people typically say "journey is the reward". Indian guy, just married, Australia, balancing wifey and parental demands, typical office of an Indian IT Company, friends..If he had written this book a few years back we would have already known what's in store for us..you are on your way Mr. Bhagat...great achievement and look forward to more in future..
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    Gaurav Modi

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    24 May, 2013

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    Complete/Convenient

    This book's lead character is facing the dilemma which every Indian Maa Ka Ladka faces: how to acheive balance between the women in his life and more so when its the wife's home turf being invaded by his mom ! How to forge ahead in a career which no longer depends on hard work or intelligence but on the eternal jugaad ! And how the grass is always greener on the other side ! There is a beautiful male bond shown between the lead character and his elderly landlord which reminds me of those ciga...
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    Amisha Vora

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    23 May, 2013

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    Worth every penny

    Well scripted, focussing on NRI lives.
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    Flipkart Customer

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    28 Mar, 2017

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    Good read

    The book is a good read and is quite similar to the Indian author products that we have now. But there is something about Ketan's writing and flow that you would read it till the end and feel fresh about it as well.
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    Shubhra Bhushan

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    21 Oct, 2013

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    Not up to the expectations...

    I had a very high expectations when I first learn that the author is the brother of Chetan Bhagat. Well, maybe that was a mistake. Maybe, I would have enjoyed the book better if I didn't have such high stakes. Anyway, I was disappointed.

    The story was normal. It could be made out from the description of the book. But the petty description, which made the book look like a cheap Australian Travel Guide, was pretty disturbing.

    It also needs a good editing work. Many quotation marks are skipped...
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    Sundeep Supertramp

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    21 Jul, 2013

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