With the release of Half- Girlfriend movie, based on Chetan Bhagat’s novel, another book found its way to the big screen and visual format. We all love books with their stories intact, but many such books exist, which we would want to watch come alive with our favourite actors starring in them. Here are few such books that we cannot wait to see in movie theatres.
1. I too had a love story :
Probably one of the sentences each one of us thinks when we hear someone talking about the love of their life. I too had a love story is a little heartbreaking for those of us, who strongly believe in love. The story of Ravin and Khushi, though may seem a lot like internet based relationships these days, does make us want to see it on the screen to experience it better.
2. One Indian Girl :
A lot of Chetan Bhagat’s books have found their way to the movie theatres in the past few years. One Indian Girl is one of his popular novels, featuring a strong female protagonist. While we loved reading Radhika paving her way through her arrange big fat Indian marriage while she’s in a turmoil reuniting with her past, we’d love to watch her on screen as she makes her decisions.
3. Revolution 2020 :
A bit of a rollercoaster, this book showed us the downfalls as well as the glamorous side of the society. The rich and the poor, and as to who in the end wins the girl’s heart. Based on sacrifice in the form of true love, here is a book, which might get its audience to tear when watched on screen.
4. Immortals of Meluha :
Based on the idea that maybe, once upon a time Gods were simply the human being, and their great deeds that made them sound like Gods in history. The story is based on Lord Shiva and how he helps the Meluhans in fighting the Chandravanshis. If this book hits the big screen, we wonder who will play Shiva.
5. Of course I love you :
Revolving around a youngster’s life in nightclubs, college, partying, love and heartbreak, this book is about how the main character loses the girl he is in love with, due to her beliefs, and tries moving on with life by helping his friend in college. The story shows us how the two of them, despite their differences, try to work things out.
6. Our impossible love :
A lot of Durjoy Datta’s books catch young reader’s eye, but this one seems a little different. The attraction between a troubled teenage girl in school and her counsellor, who himself faces issues; this is a book that widens your horizon about the people you can fall in love with.
These are a few books that we want to watch on screen. Here’s hoping they find their way to the big screen soon.