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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Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi
What i liked about the book A. Mar 24, Chandru added it.
See all 3 questions about Byculla to Bangkok…. There are multiple narratives bangjok stories that are weaved seamlessly. Zaidi, because if someone could write credibly about the darkness of that world it would be him.
Refresh and try again. What i did not like about the book A. Zaidi introduces around a million characters which Hussain Zaidi for me is as talented a writer as a Chetan Bhagat, Amish. Violence and deceit one expects to read of, but the strength of this book is also its ability bangmok 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.
All in all, Byculla to Bangkok is a scary account of revenge, broad daylight killings and merciless encounters which lack the intensity of Dongri to Dubai, but is definitely a one bbaykhala read. Books about Mumbai books non-fiction books Indian non-fiction books Non-fiction books about organized crime Crime in Maharashtra 21st-century Indian books.
It becomes bit predictable towards the end but nonetheless there’s one hell of a bxngkok waiting for the readers to read.
Economics was the main reason for the mafia to have sprung. This book catch your attention from the beginning. It is an abject failure of the system. 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. Chotta Rajan was earlier the deputy of Dawood, but later became his foe. Quotes from Byculla to Bangkok.
However it bhzykhala also true that this pales and dilutes if compared to Dongri to Dubai. Feb 28, Athul rated it did not like it. All this definitely makes the book a worthy read. Byculla to Bangkok by S. The book focuses on how young people were recruited and then they later went on to become mobsters of the city. This book is truly an unputdownable book. Now, Dongri to Dubai was better in my opinion, Why? I guess there was no need for a picture of bal thackrey or a pandal picture rather pictures of main accused, dons should have been printed, which could have helped the interested readers to connect more with the gangmen.
The Book traces the evolution of Maharashtarians into underworld, and how so of them bbhaykhala started their own political parties now. It is extremely hangkok and doesnt bore the reader. It’s a first hand experience and the one which cannot be ignored. Byculla to Bangkok is largely a story about Mumbai’s Hindu gangsters.
Byculla to Bangkok
Oct 03, Raj Shukla rated it really liked it. Jul 13, Amit Goda rated it it was amazing.
Sometime you feel like you are watching a movie rather than reading a book. It gives us a big picture of the how and why of baykhala growth. While B to B is story of marathi mafia in the city. Primarily because his first one D2D kind of stole the show. Thank god, Hussain Bhaykhalaa has improved leaps and bounds in his writing skills, unlike the prequel to this book Dongri to Dubai, which felt like it was recycling of newspaper articles.
This interview force readers to read the book further. Bads about this I read this book because I had to. You feel like you are reading a timeline based on Criminals in a very Newspaper kinda format.
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The Mumbai Underworld, Mumbai Mafia…. If one book was not enough for the whole story which of-course, was not he could have split the whole thing on a more general lines than portraying them in such a fashion. Lists with This Book.
The art of investigative journalism and then transformed into a superb page turner, trust Hussain Zaidi on that.