Handwriting analysis of Chetan Bhagat

Handwriting analysis of Chetan Bhagat


Chetan Bhagat is the author of best selling novels like “2 States” and “Five Point Someone” which has said to be made into the record breaking hit “3 Idiots” starring Aamir Khan, Madhavan, Sharman Joshi and Kareena Kapoor with many versatile actors.


Here’s a brief look into the person that Chetan Bhagat is like.

Handwriting analysis helps to look into a person’s personality and brings forward his many strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, also giving the person a chance to add or leave behind unwanted qualities that are present in his personality.


Chetan Bhagat is a person who behaves like any ordinary person having emotions, but not spilling it out to everyone and takes his decisions on facts presented to him. He is someone who would feel bad if you were to criticize him and it’s likely that that’s the reason why he is so spiked about not been given enough credit for his book, which has been made into a movie. But along with it, he is someone who would agree with you, if you were to agree with him, in other words he hears only what he wishes to and ignores the rest. That could also be a reason that might get him into trouble. Another thing one notices is (my favorite) t-bar, just look at it, the way it’s coming down, suggests a person who has lots of persistence and also a quality to dominate over the other. To add cherry to the cake, he is a person who doesn’t like being old what to do. So we have a person who is a writer and a good one at that, (you can see it in the connectivity in his writing and the figure 8 present in many words.) and a person who is positive enough to look at the brigher side of life. Some changes in the writing can help him get to terms with lots of things. For instance, a filmmaker  wants to make a movie out of his book, that’s good, but if it’s people like Rajkumar Hirani and Vidhu Vinod Chopra fame, with Aamir as the star cast, I would probably think twice about the price I should be asking for giving them rights to the book. 10 lakhs is a big sum for a book being made into a movie, but if the story turns out to become a hit like “3 Idiots” and the profit is king size, well I to would kick up a fight as to why there was no mention of my name in the movie. But then again, the contract signed gives you a different picture in itself and that to would be enough to make me want to hit my head on the wall. But looking at the brighter side of things, all this controversy gave the film and the book amazing publicity. It has made me want to read the book. Let me know what you feel about the issue and also about the analysis.


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Farida Bharmal

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I am a counselor, Graphologist, Handwriting Analyst and Life Skill trainer. Read to connect and know more about me.

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