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Want to Read saving…. You feel like you are reading a timeline based on Criminals in a very Newspaper kinda format. Goods about this book: But, well, I was left a bit underwhelmed by the whole account. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A must read for those who are willing to know more about the crime developments in Mumbai.
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Chapter by chapter Zaidi unfolds story of Mumbai mafia. Abhijit Khandekar rated it it was amazing May 10, In Byculla to Bangkok, he has kind bycula botched up both these points.
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 Bajgkok to Dubai, here comes its much awaited sequel, Byculla vyculla Bangkok. Interesting chronology of events leading to the decimation of the Mumbai underworld!
At places it starts and ends abruptly and sometimes it becomes difficult to join the dots. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
Hussain Zaidi is an Indian author and former investigative journalist. But oh well, I will take it. Kindle Editionpages. Though, it’ll definitely keep you interested if you are excited about reading the mumbai mafia. Oct 03, Raj Shukla rated it really liked it.
The story is spine chilling and an accurate description of what many went through in those times. His works include Dongri to Dubai: It is an abject failure of the system. Bads about this I read this book because I had to. 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.
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. See all 3 questions about Byculla to Bangkok…. Published February 12th by HarperCollins first published January 1st Ot 13, Amit Bangkol rated it it was amazing.
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The review by Mumbai Boss said:. Last but not the least, however cool they sound in the movies or look awesome. Mar 04, Manika Tandon rated it really liked it.
Out of all the real life character the one who stands out the most in this book is Amar Naik. The Book traces the evolution of Maharashtarians into underworld, and how so of them have started their own political parties now. But I was really disappointed from the very first chapter. The book focuses on how young people were recruited and then they later went on bycklla become mobsters of the city.
If you want to read this book, then make sure you have read Dongri bangkkk Dubai. This interview force readers to read the book further. This book talks about the home grown Maharashtrian gangs. Hussain Zaidi is back with another blockbuster. Non-fiction Organized crime Terror. Gaurav rated it it was amazing Feb 11, The bok or stories in BTB seems incomplete rushed, where the stories or incidences in DTD seemed complete and linked to each other.
Like all his books, Zaidi has thoroughly researched btculla this one as well. Hussain Zaidi for me is as talented a writer as a Chetan Bhagat, Amish.
Jun 08, Vishwanath Malyekar rated it really liked it. Indraneel Dabhade rated it it was amazing Oct 17, Open Preview See a Problem? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
From the dingy and dark lanes of Byculla to the upmarket streets of Bajgkok and Dubai it’s about gangsters and mafia raj which ruled Mumbai and it’s roads in 80’s and 90’s. If police would have acted in some cases and not acted in others, many people wouldn’t have ended up where they were. Mumbai is land of opportunities and economic capital of India.
Every bangkko is like a complete story in itself.
From Byculla to Bangkok”. I was looking over my shoulder for a bit after reading this.