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Most of them have been entirely forgotten. The account is extremely interesting — it explores how economic policies and political scenarios unwittingly opened up avenues for gangs to flourish. Although it comprehensively covers dongri dubai major gangsters, it is more Dawood-centric, and it mostly follows a chronological account of only that gang which Dawood was to first join and then take over later.


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It's a story of how a young boy from the streets of Dongri, a police man's own son becomes a fugitive from law to hide in Dubai and never to return to his homeland.

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