Who was Gangubai Kathiawadi ? Know Everything about Mafia Queen
Gangubai's real name was Ganga Harjivanadas Kathiawadi. In childhood, Gangubai also had dreams like everyone else.
New Delhi: Bollywood's well-known director Sanjay Leela Bhansali is always in the discussion about the subject of his film. His films always have a different story to the audience with a grand set. This is why each of his films achieves a different place. At the same time, most of the Bollywood star sees the dream of working with Sajay Leela Bhansali. This time Sanjay Leela Bhansali is bringing another new story 'Gangubai Kathiawadi'.
Real story of Gaangubai Kathiawadi:
Actress Alia Bhatt is going to be seen in the role of Gangubai in this film. Yesterday, the teaser of the film 'Gangubai Kathiawadi' was released on the special occasion of Bhansali's birthday. After watching the teaser, everyone is praising Alia's tremendous acting.
At the same time, the discussion of the name of 'Gangubai Kathiawadi' with Alia Bhatt also intensified once again. Along with this, many people want to know who is 'Gangubai Kathiawadi', on which Bhansali is making a film. If you don't know then we are going to tell you about them.
When Gangubai's husband sold her:
According to author S Hussain Zaidi's book 'Mafia Queens of Mumbai', Gangubai Kathiawadi was from Gujarat. Gangubai's real name was Ganga Harjivanadas Kathiawadi. In childhood, Gangubai also had dreams like everyone else.
She wanted to grow up to be a successful actress. Meanwhile, Gangubai met his father's accountant and fell in love. At that time, he was only 16 years old. In love with the accountant, Gangubai became so mad that he went against the family and married her and fled to Mumbai. But Gangubai never thought about what was going to happen to him here. Gangubai betrayed the person for whom he left his family for love. Gangubai's husband betrayed her and sold her on the brothel for just five hundred rupees.
According to author S Hussain Zaidi's book 'Mafia Queens of Mumbai', Gangubai was forced into prostitution at an early age. Notorious criminals came in contact with Gangubai only at Kotha and became her customers. Gangubai ran a kotha in Kamathipura area of Mumbai. Mafia don Karim Lala is also mentioned in the book 'Mafia Queens of Mumbai'. According to the book, Gangubai was raped by a member of Karim Lala's gang.
Gangubai fought for rights of women:
According to the book 'Mafia Queens of Mumbai', Gangubai went to Karimi Lala to get justice for her rape. Without going there, he asked for justice for himself without fear. During this time, he tied a rakhi to Karim Lala and made him his brother. At the same time, Karim Lala soon gave the command of Kamathipura to his Rakhi sister i.e. Gangubai. Please tell that Gangubai did not keep any girl in her room without her consent. He also did a lot of work for sexworks and orphans. At the same time, the movement started against the removal of Mumbai's prostitute market was led by Gangubai. Even today, the statue of Gangubai is installed in Kamathipura, Mumbai.