Story: It is about the year 2017. It was being claimed in the report that superstar Rajinikanth will soon make a film based on the life of underworld don Haji Mastan. Before the producers of the film or Rajinikanth himself officially announced the film, a person from Mumbai sent him a notice. This notice was sent by none other than Haji Mastan’s son. But, the question arises that what did Haji Mastan’s son write in this notice?
This thing was written in the notice
Late Haji Mastan’s son Sundar Shekhar wrote in the notice, “Godfather Haji Mastan Mirza should not be portrayed as a smuggler and underworld don in the movie. If you do this then you may have to face serious consequences. Haji Mastan was not only my godfather but also a famous politician of the country. Don’t portray him as a smuggler and underworld don in the film.”
If you show the wrong image of him……- Sunder Shekhar
Not only this, Sundar Shekhar also wrote that the court has never convicted Haji Mastan. He wrote, “If you show a wrong image of him, then anger may erupt among the workers and if this happens then all the responsibility will be on you. Not only this, you will also have to face the legal process. If you are really interested in the life of Haji Mastan If you want to make a film, then make it on his real story. ”However, after this notice, the producer made it clear that he is not making any film on the life of Haji Mastan.
Who was Haji Mastan?
Haji Mastan was born in Cuddalore, Tamil Nadu. Haji Mastan is said to have started smuggling at the age of 30 with Sukur Narayan Bakhia. It is also said that Haji Mastan was the teacher of Dawood Ibrahim. However, none of the allegations leveled against Haji Mastan could ever be proved. Let me tell you, Ajay Devgan’s character in the 2010 film ‘Once Upon A Time In Mumbai’ was largely influenced by the life of Haji Mastan.