A slice of real life however ugly and make me think are my personal favourite and that is the reason this one is lovedRead full review at It is a nicely written book which has some of the most interesting stories of Mumbai underworld Being a millennial who grew up in Mumbai it was a crazy
experience reading these stories of underworld crimes which were happening while I was going to school as a teenager reading these stories of underworld crimes which were happening while I was going to school as a teenager was like a parallel world to the one I was living in which had murders on the streets that now I have traveled on involving AK 47 It is worth a read After finishing this book now I am craving for the full story I might take up Dongri to Dubai soon A non fiction account of the lives the rise and the eventual fall of 12 of Mumbai Hitmen If you grew up in Mumbai in the 80s and 90s you will recognise some of these names from the Mumbai underworld as they were splashed on the front pages as the gang wars raged for the control of Mumbai The "accounts are uite humanising and not glorified as the gangsters struggle with their aily lives amongst the crime escapades they "are uite humanising and not glorified as the gangsters struggle with their aily lives amongst the crime escapades they famous forThe stories are well written and sustain your attention through the book A crime chronicle in the same vein as some of other S Hussain Zaidi s books The Dirty Dozen by Gabriel Khan lends terrific insight into the readed mafia hitmen based in the Bombay underworld of the 80s and 90s For me as a lifelong enthusiast of the Bombay mafia this was a great memory trip Le Tapis de course down the years and exploring the fascinating nexus and modus operandi of the various real life characters in here was absolutely fun and amazing Would recommend this to anyone aware and curious about the Bombay underworld For people not familiar or not from that era growing up years or having seen it hands on this may not be so interesting vis a vis context Dons make a facinating tale But what makes a Don is not just his actions but the men who work for them facilitating theirty work and spreading the terror for the DonThis book explores the stories of the men behind the scenes From the less known Amadís de Gaula dons to the most famous D this gives an insights on how these hitmen spread terror for theirons It also gives a perspective of the highs and lows of their livesand how they blaze like a meteor and go out in a puff while names of their master s continue to glow and radiate fearA good account and o read if you want insights into the gang wars that ravaged Mumba. Rred book undercover reporter Gabriel Khan backed by years of behind the scenes work provides an insight into the lives of twelve of the most vicious and fearless hitmen of Mumbai giving readers a first hand insight into what fuels the men behind some of the bloodiest battles and showdowns in the cit. .
The book is work from the times when the author was reporting crimes for the newspaper he worked Stories about underworld mafia ons and shooters always fascinate people in that context it is a good read I wish the journalist would have taken a slightly back seat while writing this book and the author would have taken Epistulae morales ad Lucilium driving seat how May be some insights into creation of a shooter family lives and other such things would have made the reading worthwhile While the book contains 12 sharp shooters of various Gangs of Mumbai or erstwhile Bombay it becomes repetitive However the last chapter is hilarious and a good read Great real life stories of some of underworld goons of Mumbai Author nicely portraits tham in this book Very very exciting reading The Dirty Dozen Hitmen of the Mumbai Underworld by Gabriel Khan is a non fictional account of Mumbai s underworld hitmen and their life woven in a story Not a fan of non fiction myself I only took this book up when it came free as a part of Prime Reading and who could ever refuse a free bookThe author a journalist in the 80s pensown his memories interviews interactions meetings pieces of information and whatnot about the hitmen of the underworld During his time in the world of criminal journalism the author came
into contact with Mr Faroo Batatawala a evout Muslim and a chuddy buddy of Dawood Ibrahimcontact with Mr Faroo Batatawala a evout Muslim and a chuddy buddy of Dawood Ibrahim Batatawala s "life could have been the inspiration behind the tons of Bollywood movies made uring those times childhood friendship went "could have been the inspiration behind the tons of Bollywood movies made uring those times childhood friendship went one becomes a on one a sincere law
enforcer Despite his association with Dawood Faroo never had the urge toDespite his association with Dawood Faroo never had the urge to his friend s gang instead he became a customs officer hell bent on busting each and every single of the on s consignment and bring him to books It is through him that the author comes in touch with Ustara a small time hitman with his own group of cronies who managed to An Evil Spirit Out of the West defy Dawood for almost 8 years Both Faroo and Ustara act as informants for the authoruring his professional career until Dawood gets the better of them and has them shot and left to The Folklore of Weddings and Marriage; The Traditional Beliefs Customs Superstitions Charms and Omens of Marriage and Marriage Ceremonies The Traditional Omens of Marriage and Marriage Ceremonies dieMunna Jhingada a hitman for the D gang had humble beginnings compared to what heid later on in his life A Hitman s of MumbaiMumbai mafia is the turf where Hussain zaidi is unbeatable The stories can inspires a lot a Bollywood s flicks Infact some movies are already made and this book contains story of those hitman s like Maya Dolas the chara. KILL YOUR SISTER’S HUSBAND AND THEN I WILL KNOW THAT THERE IS SOMETHING IN YOU Chhota Shakeel to Sadi JalawarMunna Jhingada Farid Tanasha Baba Reddy hitmen and executioners all Each with haunting tales to tell The executioner has no remorse He is the man who strikes the fear of his boss in everybod. ,
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Cter who used a lot of profane language in his life and when he ied there was a scowl and abuse on his faceStories in it expains that Dawood was always one step ahead of enemies I think the corrupt system of those ays and the insiders jobs gace that edge to him I will surely read other books of Zaidi as well After reading Byculla to Bangkok mafia ueens of Mumbai back to back I was shown this book on suggested reads and with Free as part of prime written next to it how could I resistComing to the book as the author states at the
Outset While Chronicling The Stories Of Hitmenwhile chronicling the stories of hitmen not as glamorous as writing about ons of the underworld it is still a worthwile task to understand how the underworld operatesWith the big fish out of the country how can they terrorise the city apparently most of the criminal activities were undertaken in Mumbai city itself The answer is two fold appoint managers loyal to you and have hitmen who keep the city under fear by showering all the Black Mutiny: The Revolt on the Schooner Amistad don s enemies with bulletsAll in all Gabriel Khanoes a good job of presenting us the humans who became monstrous killers Les meraudes de Satan due to certain compulsionsfactors their rise through the ranks and ultimately their fallWithout taking sides and giving us everything objectively is uite possibly the hardest thing too but then I guess that is how journalism is suppossed to be Objective unbiased to the point And in that respect it is a good bookIrrelevant verdict If you are into the crime genre I think this is a good book to read On econd thought it is highly recommended Let s start with a confession first S Hussain Zaidi remains a personal favourite when it comes to Indian authors writing "on crimeI have read all his works and loved them to "crimeI have read all his works and loved them to So Metamorphoseon libri XV despite the fact that the author Gabriel Khan s previous outing Mumbai Avengers failed to impress me I still went ahead with this one solely for it is edited by S Hussain Zaidi And I wasn tisappointed at allIt can be easily said that this book is tying all the loose ends in the books written on Indian crime lords till now It not only shows their grime lives closely but it also Not All Dead White Men depicts their hardships in becoming a name to be feared for What I like about the author is that heoesn t sound judgemental His writing is free from any biases he might harbour as a journalist or as an author He leaves a majority of the conclusion on the reader and that is something I enjoy a lot Books which give me. Y’s heart While he has no criminal empire of his own his barbaric bio sketch could fill several police case Ang Ampalaya sa Pinggan ni Peepo diaries Those who live by the bulletie by the bullet – almost every last man of them But in their short reign of terror they leave a trail of evastation in their wake In this no holds ba. ,