The Trailer For Chetan Bhagat’s New Book Is Thrilling, And Netizens Can’t Wait For It!

7:13 pm 4 Sep, 2018


Celebrated author Chetan Bhagat is at the top of his game. The popular columnist and screenwriter is known for his famous books on love stories. Apart from that he has written books on other subjects too. Some of his novels have been adopted into famous films including films like ‘3 Idiots’, ‘2 States’, ‘Half Girlfriend’ to name a few.

Chetan Bhagat’s huge fan following makes him one of the most sought-after writers in the country. He is now gearing up for the release of his next novel titled ‘The Girl in Room 105: An Unlove story’. Recently, the trailer of Bhagat’s already in-demand novel was released on social media. Naturally, it created a lot of buzz.



The trailer along with the title and the cover of the book was released on Facebook. During the trailer launch of the book he revealed:

“This time I have departed from the typical Chetan Bhagat love story. It is an unlove story. I think love is great — I may have pushed it too much — but sometimes in life you have to unlove… we all have (had) situation where we have to unlove someone.”



He further mentioned:

“It is a movie-style promo. Such promos for books does not exist, I have to again and again explain to people that you have to read the book to figure out what happened… because the joy of books is something else.”


He also revealed about the book on his Instagram page.



The trailer of the book revealed that the story is about a boy belonging to a conservative family who tries to un-love his ex-girlfriend, as he goes to visit her in her room. Explaining further about the book Chetan Bhagat mentioned:

“This is story about a boy who tries to unlove his ex-girlfriend and ends up getting involved in something far bigger.”


Naturally, the twitterati were quick to react and here are what they said:











The trailer has been launched on the occasion of Krishna Janmashtami and the protagonist in the book has been named ‘Keshav’, Chetan Bhagat being a a devotee of Krishna. Is the book an worthy read? Well, that only time will tell!