This is the Marathi translation of BYCULLA TO BANGKOK by S Hussain Zaidi. This is a meticulously researched tale of the Mumbais underworld, thrillingly told . (Byculla To Bangkok) (Marathi Edition) [(HUSSAIN ZAIDI)] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Chota Rajan Arun Gawli Ashwin Naik What is. Visit: View Book Details.
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If anyone who is really interested in the subject should go for it. The book focuses on how young people were recruited and then they later went on to become mobsters of the bnaykhala.
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But, well, I was left a bhayhkala underwhelmed by the whole account. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Published February 12th by HarperCollins first published January 1st This is the so called sequel to the book “Dongri to Dubai” by the author Zaidi.
Not one page is boring. D to D revolves around early years of Mumabi underworld. Jul 31, Virat hooda rated it liked it Shelves: It does, However get boring at some places but grips you at more. There is no single central character in this book and that may not appeal to some.
Mar 10, Meghant Parmar rated it really liked it. This is not only story of the underworld but this book also throws light on the nexus between politician and cops. If you are interested in reading about crimethe mafia, their origin stories then this is a must bngkok for you, along with the other two by Mr. While Dawood was the epicentre of the Dongri to Dubai.
I am too much into crime reading and when it is Mumbai mafia, I had to pick this book I am too much into fact finding of mumbai mafia. Notoriously it is “Sisily Of Asia”.
The books goes to to highlight the manner in which especially Rajan, Gawli and Amar Naik, stepped in the underworld and went on to play an important part in defining the mafia age. Interestingly all them are marathi by origin specially from Kokan region and all are the son of mill worker. Quotes from Byculla to Bangkok.
Gives us bahykhala clear idea about the state authorities, Politicians and police and their involvements with the underworld. Byculla to Bangkok is the second non-fiction book on organised crime and terror in the bhayykhala Indian metropolitan city of Mumbai written by S.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sep 13, Hyderali rated it liked it. This narration of the Mumbai underworld which Zaidi began in Dongri to Dubai is well climaxed in this latest book. This book catch S.
The recurring theme in the book is how crony capitalism and inability of police to provide justice lead many young educated honest people to other side of the crime. Retrieved 27 March Bads about this I read this book because I had to. It describes the Mumbai mafia in the most spectacular way. The book describes the bangko lasting war between goons and drug lords with Mumbai police. Jul 13, Amit Goda rated it it was amazing. I understand it is tough to write in detail about the life of gangster from birth till his adulthood.
All in all this is definitely a recommended pick up. Dec 03, Khushie rated it really liked it. Mar 04, Manika Tandon rated it really liked it. Especially the role of Sharad Pawar. Jun 01, Abhisek Pandey rated it it was ok Shelves: Like all his books, Zaidi has thoroughly fo for this one as well. It is wonderful commentary on that period too. Make no mistake about it; although it has been researched in depth, it is not an academic work.
Byculla to Bangkok
Bollywood and its glorification of Crime and Criminals, what would the youth of this country do without you. The stories of these dreaded gangsters and mob bosses are no doubt most interesting.
The author with his background as a crime reporter has got all the juicy tit bits of information, including the killers eccentricities and beliefs. It’s about the emergence and fall of Naik’s, the Gawli’s, emergence of D- company, the rift between Chota Rajan and Dawood and Chota Shakeel and the other gangs which ran Mumbai at helm. bangok
This sequel to Dongri to Dubai from Hussan Zaidi is okay but banglok good enough. However it is also true that this pales and dilutes if compared to Dongri to Dubai.
The books covers every detail in a meticulous manner and the narration makes it more convincing and an experience to remember and etched in minds forever. The Mumbai Underworld, Mumbai Mafia….
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 bbhaykhala mobsters of Mumbai underworld. But despite being a quentessential “masala” book, it also takes us back to the many security issues India faces.