Chetan Bhagat is here again with his fourth book of his career, 2 States - The Story of My Marriage. And you have commited the fourth mistake if you haven't read any of his books yet. This time it is his life itself as story again. The story is all about the happy and drastic phases Krish, (hero of the story, obviously everybody knows who is this) from Delhi who is a Punjabi, passed through to marry his lover Ananya who is a Tamil Iyer Brahmin. Obviously everybody can understand what kind of resistance can happen from parents from both sides.
There are many resistance factors like religion, region, language etc. But their strong love wins through all these barriers. The interesting way they crack all these barriers will keep you hold tight to the book until you finish reading. Though there is no specific suspense, climax or anything like that in this story, it is just interesting the way it is. He is making us enjoy, each moment, which are actually each moment he enjoys to remember about his past.