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The Book traces the evolution of Maharashtarians go underworld, and how so of them have started their own political parties now. May 01, Hrishikesh rated it really liked it. It describes the Mumbai mafia in the most spectacular way. Published February 12th by HarperCollins first published Bycullx 1st The books covers every detail in a meticulo From the dingy and dark lanes of Byculla to the upmarket streets of Bangkok and Dubai it’s about gangsters and mafia raj which ruled Mumbai and it’s roads in 80’s and 90’s.
If you want to read this book, then make sure you have read Dongri to Dubai. I really wanted Zaidi to focus on one character in a given chapter but you’ll get lost once you find some other character in between. Notoriously it is “Sisily Of Asia”.
Oct 03, Raj Shukla rated it really liked it. All this definitely makes the book a worthy read. These bastards should be treated as vermin and not some hot bodies hunks, Which bollywood has done in quite a number of ways.
Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi
The book describes the long lasting war between goons and drug lords with Mumbai police. May 29, Nikita Narvekar rated it liked it. This book tells us stories of 3 major dons. Non-fiction Organized crime Terror. Getting back to the book, It is fast paced and not that big pages, Kindle edition so, you could comfortably finish it in a few sittings.
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Lists with This Book. Bycula is not only story of the underworld but this book also throws light on vangkok nexus between politician and cops. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
A firm bhakt of Bangko Shiva and an honourable one at that!!! Bads about this I read this book because I had to. Thoroughly enjoyed the book. 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.
Amar is shown as quick witted and stylish don who indulged every kind of nefarious activities; drug dealing, smuggling, gun running, extortion others. However it is also true that this pales and dilutes if compared to Dongri to Dubai.
The tales of these men have all the essential elements required for a high end drama — love, lust, betrayal, violence and too. PaperbackFirst Editionpages. The chapters or stories in BTB seems incomplete rushed, where the stories or incidences in DTD seemed complete and linked to each other.
Make no mistake about it; although it has been researched in depth, it is not an academic work. Zaidi no doubt is, some musings are pardonable, but what to make of it as a reader I was hard pressed to think.
Byculla to Bangkok
Byculla to Bangkok by S. I mean economics combined with lack of governance. Critics argued that the prequel to the book, Dongri to Dubaiwas better in terms of story. It is quite interesting to know how all three dons started their career and become dons. This page was last edited on 3 Juneat But it seemed that those who made love to her were destined for certain death. 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.
Goods about this book: But Zaidi tell us their stories in simplest way possible and it gives glimpse of shade of their characters.
This interview force readers to read the book further. Jul 13, Amit Goda rated it it was amazing. After reading his book “Dongri to Dubai”, I didn’t think I would read another amazing book on Mumbai mafia.
This book catch S. 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.
The book focuses on how young people were recruited and then bangkom later went on to become mobsters of the city.
From Byculla to Bangkok”.