Chetan Bhagat’s Novel “One Indian Girl” To Be Adapted Into Film

Chetan Bhagat’s book is set for a film adaptation!

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Variety writer Patrick Frater released an article to announce that One Indian Girl, written by Chetan Bhagat, has been acquired by Sony Pictures International Productions to be adapted into a film. According to Frater, Sony will be releasing a Hindi-language adaptation of Bhagat’s story.

Bhagat has written nine novels, all of which are written in such a way that make them very suitable for screen adaptations. One Indian Girl follows an intelligent and successful woman in search of love. Two of Bhagat’s previous novels, Five Point Someone and The Three Mistakes of My Life, have also been adapted into films.

Although the details of this project have yet to be announced, the announcement of project has been met with a great deal of excitement. Bhagat has said, in regards to this adaptation: “It is always exciting when a story you have written is interpreted cinematically. The fact that SPIP has acquired the film adaptation rights to ‘One Indian Girl’ is particularly promising because this is the studio behind some of the biggest films of our times. This story has both a national and international appeal and I cannot wait to see it on the big screen.”

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