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If anyone who is really interested in the subject should go for it. Chota Rajan, Arun Gawli and Ashwin Naik are among those whose lives Hussain Zaidi recounts with his characteristic flair for narrativizing the Mumbai underworld.
This book catch your attention from the beginning. Hussain Zaidi is an Indian author and former investigative journalist. Published February 12th by HarperCollins first published January 1st Chapter by chapter Zaidi unfolds story of Mumbai mafia. This book catch S.
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All in all this is definitely a tk pick up. Especially the role of Sharad Pawar. This book, like his previous book, is thoroughly researched and keeps you engaged.
But it seemed that those who made love to her were destined for certain death. Secondly, though it was also tainted with bias and sensationalism, Bangjok.
Overall a worthy sucesssor to Dongri to Dubai, would give it 3. No doubt well researched, have all the juices to keep the reader glued. Perhaps, when you are this much involved in your subject matter as Mr. Heroes sometimes do fail It’s a first hand experience and the one which cannot be ignored.
Bollywood and its glorification of Crime and Criminals, what would the youth of this country do without you. Hussain Zaidi is back with another blockbuster. I understand that comparisons are harsh but they are imminent nonetheless. Dec 12, Madhav rated it really liked it. Zaidi is a powerful bycula teller.
There are very stupefying incidences which depicts the ferocity of the crimes that were carried out decades ago.
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Want to Read saving…. Out of all the real life character the one who stands out the most in this book is Amar Naik. The art of investigative journalism and then transformed into a superb page turner, trust Hussain Zaidi on that. I mean economics combined with lack of governance. This is the so called sequel to the abngkok “Dongri to Dubai” by the author Zaidi.
Very poorly written and edited, so much so that it puts you off at almost every page.
Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi
The writing is pacy and there are numerous instances where you can’t leave the book. Books about Mumbai books non-fiction books Indian non-fiction books Non-fiction books about organized crime Crime in Maharashtra 21st-century Indian books.
It is an abject failure of the system. Extremely fun, captivating and nearly-impossible-to-put-down. Add to that the sensational way of writing that only a seasoned journalist could have and you hope to get a treat of a read.
Hussain Zaidi was a former investigative journalist, who spent much of his career covering the mafia and crimes in Mumbai all solid reasons to read his books, specially this one. Though, it’ll definitely keep you interested if you are excited about reading the mumbai mafia.
Jul 31, Virat hooda rated it liked it Shelves: It chronicles the events under which the mumbai mafia rose, especially due to poor police attitude and the desparation and economic hardships faced by the mill work A Worthy Sequel to the Dongri to Dubai, this work of S Hussain Zaidi, chronicles the rise of other mobsters of Mumbai underworld.
If one book was not enough for the whole story which of-course, was not he could have split bajgkok whole thing on a more general lines than portraying them in such a fashion. I guess there was no need for a picture of bal thackrey or a pandal picture rather pictures of main accused, dons should have been printed, which could have helped the interested readers to connect more with the gangmen.
Major characters in this book include are Arun Gawli, wheelchair-bound Ashwin Naik who was also a civil engineer of the city bangkoi an accomplished gangster, and Chhota Rajan.