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Blood on My Hands: The major characters of this book are the Daddy of Dagdi Chawl, Arun Gawli, who started off in this world of crime from Byculla and Ashwin Naik who perhaps the most and the only well educated don, underworld has ever seen. There are multiple narratives and stories ot are weaved seamlessly. I understand it is tough to write in detail about the life of gangster from birth till his adulthood. The Book traces the evolution banngkok Maharashtarians into underworld, and how so of them have started their own political parties now.
The writing is pacy and there are numerous instances where you can’t leave the book. Dec 31, Ashwin rated it really liked it Shelves: Byculla to Bangkok is the second non-fiction book on organised crime and terror in the modern-day Indian metropolitan city of Mumbai written by S. The Assassination of Rajiv Gandhi. Here are some of the reasons why according to me this book sinks like Titanic in to depths of disappointments: Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori.
Mar 10, Meghant Parmar rated freee really liked it. Framed As a Terrorist. But I like how Zaidi put his hardwork to find as much as details. Do you already have iTunes? Zaidi has a style of making crime so readable and so close to life that the reader is glued to the book.
Heroes sometimes do fail Gangkok book describes the long lasting war between goons and drug lords with Mumbai police. Every chapter is like a complete story in itself.
Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi
But I was really disappointed from the very first chapter. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Extremely fun, captivating and nearly-impossible-to-put-down.
While B to B is story of marathi mafia in the city. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The Anti-Sikh Riots and After. In Byculla to Bangkok, he has kind of botched up both these points.
Mar 04, Manika Tandon rated it really liked it. He also shrewdly misses out listing or pointing out political support given by a party but keeps repeating the support of other. 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. At places it starts and ends abruptly and sometimes it becomes I am giving it four stars because this can stand on its own footing as a great book to read.
Violence and deceit one expects to read of, but the strength of this book is also its ability to capture the mundane and almost naive beginnings of what later became organized crime and brutal vendettas which held Mumbai to ransom through the last decades of the twentieth century, Unputdownable.
The writing style is racy. It’s about the emergence and fall of Naik’s, the Gawli’s, emergence cree D- company, the rift between Chota Rajan and Dawood and Chota Shakeel and the other gangs which ran Mumbai at helm. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. I really wanted Zaidi to focus on one character in a given chapter but you’ll get lost once you find some byxulla character in bycculla. Coz when death stares them, they too whimper and cry like their innocent victims.
May 01, Hrishikesh rated it really liked it. Many committed suicide, some just melted into the background, some retreated to their native villages — while others ended up hawking vegetables beneath the very structures that gave them their bread and butter.
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Chota Rajan, Arun Gawli and Ashwin Naik are among those whose lives Hussain Zaidi recounts with his characteristic flair for narrativizing the Mumbai underworld. You’ll get introduced to many other gangsters in this book whose name you never heard of. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Bangkoj the decade of 70’s, mumbai was ruled parally by these Gangs of Mafia. Must read for every gangster genre reader. Jul 26, Geet Mahajan rated it really liked it. Sep 04, Vishwesh Devadas rated it really liked it.
The vivid description to the last detail adds to the bangkkok encounters and brutal killings and the fight to power and rule Mumbai.
Primarily because his first one D2D kind of stole the show. Bollywood and its glorification of Crime and Criminals, what would the youth of this country do without you. Nangkok about this book: I understand that comparisons are harsh but they are imminent nonetheless. May 29, Nikita Narvekar rated it liked it. You feel like you are reading a timeline based on Criminals in a very Newspaper kinda format.