The lives and times of infamous mobster dawood ibrahim have frequently been adapted into films, movie sequences, web series, and other media. Now, a new series called "Bambai Meri Jaan" based on Hussain Zaidi's book "Dongri To Dubai: Six Decades" will be available on amazon Prime Video. Although the series' director, Shujaat Saudagar, insisted that it wasn't inspired by Dawood, the series' overall feel can be seen here, down to the character names and scenario concepts.

In essence, the amazon Prime Video series "Bambai Meri Jaan" is a well-known story that centres on the lives of well-known mumbai underworld leaders including dawood ibrahim, Karim Lala, Haji Mastan, and Varadarajan Mudaliar, with their names slightly changed. If the designers had used the original titles rather than these slight changes, it could have been more interesting. However, the plot and characters come out as a little stale because performers like ajay devgn and emraan hashmi have done far better job portraying historical personalities like Haji and Dawood in films like "Once Upon A Time In Mumbai."

The narrative has been told many times before, so even if the show is still enjoyable till the very end, it lacks the wow factor. Although the story mostly follows Hussain Zaidi's book, there are notable deviations in how contacts and interactions with the police are portrayed. The series frequently makes these components seem hurried, while the book skillfully explores the art of mafia warfare. The main theme of the film appears to be how people are misled and how circumstances determine their fates, yet this part isn't well-expressed. "Bambai Meri Jaan" might not completely satiate the binge-watching hunger because the entire story feels like something we've previously seen.

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