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The Romanians, when you do play them and rotate the team, And Lalbaug became host to the most popular of the Ganpatis. a Parsi colony in Lalbaug.(Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) This was the arrival of a new kind of politics in Lalbaug with reverberations across Mumbai “Though red flags did not flutter much beyond the mill gates they signified the working class’s claim on the city Workers intellectuals and political activists saw radical urban dreams expressed in the colour red Behind the saffronisation of the city is the story of the destruction of its working-class politics” notes historian Gyan Prakash in Mumbai Fables The general strike of 1982 which lasted two years irrevocably changed Lalbaug It led to the decline of the textile mills and nearly 25 lakh mill workers and a greater number of workers connected to ancillary industries lost their jobs The ’80s and early ’90s were dark periods in Lalbaug’s story Prakash writes about how newly jobless mill workers were recruited by the city’s notorious gangs as foot-soldiers “The densely packed chawls became their hideouts” he notes The growing lawlessness culminated in the 1992 communal riots Resident Somdutt Walmiki recalls a time when taxis used to refuse fares to Lalbaug for fear of being set upon by goondas that roamed there To be from Lalbaug was during this period a cause for shame “If you wrote ‘Lalbaug’ on your job application that was it You wouldn’t be called for an interview” says the 52-year-old retired banker From being feared as a den of goons to holding pride of place in Mumbai’s shark-eat-shark real estate economy it has been a radical image makeover for Lalbaug Tukaram Marathe 61 a former dockworker who lives in Meghwadi chawl puts it this way: “When I was a child there was little focus on education because a mill worker’s son would join the mills too But with the mills shutting down what option did we have but to find another way out So we made sure that our children studied hard and found good jobs” Marathe who owns his kholi points with pride to his family and that of all his neighbours “All the children in this chawl are graduates” he says Lalbaug resident Somdutt Walmiki (Express photo by Nirmal Harindran) Girangaon’s gentrification began as the mill lands were opened up for sale In a newly liberalised India the value of the unused mill lands drew real estate developers in droves once the government allowed the acquisition of the properties By the early 2000s the “redevelopment” of Girangaon was underway Lalbaug was slower to change because it was a residential area but it is now hemmed in by gated high-rises “They’re now trying to rebrand this place by calling it ‘Upper Worli’” says Walmiki with a laugh “When the rest of Mumbai changes how can Lalbaug remain unaffected” asks Datta Iswalkar president of the Girni Kamgar Sangharsh Samiti It’s a rhetorical question Iswalkar who fought long and hard for the rights of former millworkers to employment and affordable housing on the redeveloped mill lands is acknowledging the inevitable “We were never against modernisation That is bound to happen Our only demand was that the working-class population here shouldn’t be left behind” That fear is all-pervasive Deals with builders have resulted in tall towers with poorly ventilated isolated box-like flats “We don’t want too much just give us 450 sq ft flats We’ll be happy with that” says Marathe Like many other local residents Marathe is not sure-footed enough in the new “redeveloped” Girangaon Or even in the noisy celebrations of Lalbaugcha Raja Old-timers also bemoan the erosion of the ideal of the sarvajanin with the festival being now associated with money political power and spectacle “The feeling of ‘community’ that the sarvajanik Ganeshotsav was supposed to foster is now secondary to the celebrity power of the pandal” says Iswalkar Lalbaugcha Raja is one of the richest pandals of Mumbai and has over the years raked in crores in cash gold silver and even luxury watches and cars But Lalbaug residents now feel it is more a festival of “outsiders” and not theirs to claim Marathe will not be visiting the pandal this year not even to urge the navsacha Ganpati to answer his prayers of a new home “It’s too crowded” says the 61-year-old In a city of commerce and big bucks shielding Girangaon from the unstoppable logic of change might be difficult even for Lalbaugcha Raja For all the latest Lifestyle News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Manoj Kumar R | Bengaluru | Updated: January 12 2017 1:44 pm Kollywood celebrities support for Jallikattu Related News With Pongal just four days away the clamour for revoking the ban on Jallikattu in Tamil Nadu is growing louder by the minute The celebrities of Kollywood have spoken out against the ban even as they unanimously agree that the bull-taming sport is part of Tamil cultural identity and it is crucial for the survival of the indigenous breed The traditional bullfighting sport has played a huge role in Tamil cinema for a long time The sport has been used as a metaphor to establish hero’s strength and courage Actor Dhanush was the latest celebrity to lend his support to the pro-Jallikattu movement “#Jallikattu is an integral element of the voice and identity of Tamilians #ISupportJallikattu #WeNeedJallikattu #TamilCulture” he posted on Twitter WATCH VIDEO |SC Turns Down Plea To Revisit Jallikattu Ban Before Pongal Actor Kamal Haasan observed that unlike Spanish sport of bullfighting in Jallikattu bulls are not harmed as they are treated like gods in Tamil Nadu “It is about taming the bull and not causing them physical harm by breaking its horns or other parts” he said Read |If you want a ban on jallikattu then ban biryani too: Kamal Haasan Actor Suriya also spoke for lifting the ban on Jaillikattu “The number of our bull breeds have come down from 200 to just 30 And my question is what are we doing to protect and preserve the existing breeds Several of our bulls are getting extinct And the bulls are part of our culture and identity Introduce a few regulations but do not abolish the sport” he said during a media interaction Actor Sivakarthikeyan also took to social media expressing his support for the #WeNeedJaillikattu campaign He also shared a similar sentiment that of Suriya and said he was one among the millions of Tamilians who want to preserve this sport Music composer and actor GV Prakash has announced a new single called Kombu Vacha Singamda in support of the sport “#KombuVachaSingamda entire revenue generated thru the song will be given to struggling farmer families … an initiative from our side” he posted on his Twitter page Reacting to the latest change of status to Pongal holidays from compulsory to restricted by the central government he posted “?????? Does TN belong to India or not ” Music composers like Hip Hop Tamizha Iman among other Kollywood celebrities have also expressed their support for Jallikattu Read | Utterly disgraceful to ban Jallikattu says Simbu Actor Simbu was one of the first celebrities to voice his support for the pro-Jallikattu movement “Jallikattu is the cultural symbol of our state and it is our pride too We have been practicing this art of valour for years and it is utterly disgraceful when some groups and individuals manage to misguide and misinform the authorities of the governance and judiciary on this art that is considered as a cultural symbol of our state” he had said #Jallikattu is an integral element of the voice and identity of Tamilians #ISupportJallikattu #WeNeedJallikattu #TamilCulture — Dhanush (@dhanushkraja) January 10 2017 ????? ? ????? ?????????.? ?? ????? sources have confirmed to indianexpress. and she also mentioned that she thanked him for having her in the song and the film. etc, Fali Nariman and Justice K. who had injured his shoulder a bit during the quarterfinal clash at Canada, And after being a part of the industry for over four decades.

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