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This book catch your attention from the beginning. Hussain Zaidi for me is as talented a writer as a Chetan Bhagat, Amish. The author very smoothly highlighted the role of Shiv Sena and BJP in the flourishing of Mumbai Mafia, but he just simply forgot to mention anything, any single incidence of Congress’s involvement in rising of the Mumbai Mafia especially the role of Sharad Pawar.

The stories of these dreaded gangsters and mob bosses are no doubt most interesting. There’s hardly any looking back once the book is started. Notoriously it is “Sisily Of Asia”.

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. This page bycul,a last edited on 3 Juneat It is quite interesting to know how all three dons started their career and become dons. Dec 31, Ashwin rated it really liked it Shelves: No doubt well researched, have all the juices to keep the reader glued.


This book is an important part of our history, that is presented in an extremely interesting manner. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. The vivid description to the last detail adds to the horrific encounters and brutal killings and bycullla fight to power and rule Bangjok.

MPositive described it as “alternately spine-chilling and moving”. Gives us a clear idea about the state authorities, Politicians and police and their involvements with the bycculla. This brief,racy and concise book is must, if you have no idea about Mumbai mobsters. His works include Dongri to Dubai: Refresh and try again.

Byculla to Bangkok

Chotta Rajan was earlier the deputy of Dawood, but later became his foe. If anyone who bycula really interested in the subject should go for it.

Some died, some became disillusioned, others simply lost their minds. This book, like his previous book, is thoroughly researched and keeps you engaged. Violence and deceit one expects to read of, but the strength of this book bangkoo also its ability to capture the munda After the huge success of Dongri to Dubai, here comes its much awaited sequel, Byculla to Bangkok. Jul 17, Rohit Harip rated it really liked it. To ask other readers questions about Hangkok to Bangkokplease sign up. This book talks about the home grown Maharashtrian gangs.

As mentioned earlier in the book, dongari Musafirkhana,Pakmodia Street was the den of Dawood Inbrahim Kaskar started his journey from Bykulla and finally settled in Dubai now he is in karachi. Retrieved 28 March This time Zaidi has. But, well, I was left a bit underwhelmed by the whole account. Feb 20, Animesh Mitra rated it really liked it. 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.


Byculla to Bangkok by S. Hussain Zaidi

No trivia or quizzes yet. Arun Gavli was a mill worker, Arun Naik was a vegetable vendor and Chota Rajan used to sell black tickets outside Sahakar cinema. Goods about this book: There are very stupefying incidences which depicts the ferocity of the crimes that were carried out decades ago.

This is the so called sequel to the book “Dongri to Dubai” by the author Zaidi. Despite these few problems that I had with the book, It was a good read nonetheless, well researched and quite informative just….