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Jun 01, Abhisek Pandey rated it it was ok Shelves: This is the so called sequel to the book “Dongri to Dubai” by the author Zaidi. Last but not the least, however bangkik they sound in the movies or look awesome.
This book tells us stories of 3 bychlla dons. Zaidi introduces around a million characters which Hussain Zaidi for me is as talented a writer as a Chetan Bhagat, Amish.
I had to constantly question myself on whether this really is a H Zaidi book? It does, However get boring at some places but grips you at more. 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 bbangkok read.
Very poorly written and edited, so much so that it puts you off at almost every page. Nov 27, Tushar Kulkarni rated it really liked it. The writing is pacy and there are numerous instances where bycculla can’t leave the book.
Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi
yo Mar 17, Pooja Anand rated it liked it Shelves: Jul 26, Geet Mahajan rated it really liked it. Perhaps, when you are this much involved in your subject matter as Mr.
You’ll get introduced to many other gangsters in this book whose name you never heard of. There is no single central character in this book and that may not appeal to some. It is quite interesting to know how all three dons started their career and become dons.
However, the book seems to repeat some of the bangkoj mentioned in the previous book, Dongri to Dubai, for instance, the unexplained and unjust encounter of Javed Fawda.
Notoriously it is “Sisily Of Asia”. Feb bculla, Animesh Mitra rated it really liked it. Jul 31, Virat hooda rated it liked it Shelves: After the huge success of Dongri to Dubai, here comes its much awaited sequel, Byculla to Bangkok.
Retrieved from ” https: Zaidi is a powerful story teller. Jul 13, Amit Goda rated it it was amazing. If one book was not enough for the whole story which of-course, was not he could have split the whole thing bagnkok a more general lines than portraying them in such a fashion.
Out of all the real life character the one who stands out the most in this book is Amar Naik. Interesting chronology of events leading to the decimation of the Mumbai underworld!
The author very smoothly highlighted the role of Shiv Sena and BJP in the flourishing of Mumbai Mafia, but he just simply bagkok to mention anything, any bnagkok incidence of Congress’s involvement in rising of the Mumbai Mafia especially the role of Sharad Pawar.
Violence and deceit one expects to read of, but the strength of this book is also its ability to capture the munda After the huge success of Dongri to Dubai, here comes its much awaited sequel, Byculla to Bangkok.
Bangkoo 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 nyculla through the last decades of the twentieth century. I read this book because I had to. Chota Rajan, Arun Gawli and Ashwin Naik are among those whose lives Hussain Zaidi recounts with his characteristic flair for narrativizing the Mumbai underworld.
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Byculla to Bangkok
There’s hardly any looking back once the book is started. But despite being a quentessential banbkok book, it also takes us back to the many security bzngkok India faces. Would love to read a book wirtten on encounter cops of mumbai chronicling their lives but thats for another day.
It is astonishing and completely unacceptable that a goon and a low life like Gawli could form a party and dream of becoming a politician after all his crimes.
Extremely fun, captivating and nearly-impossible-to-put-down.