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how about red light area?
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I had expectations and I was in awe about Mumbai due to two reasons. I have fond memories of growing up in Mumbai. In childhood, you don't have sense of quality. Moreover nostalgia distorts memory. Secondly, I had heard stories of Mumbai, implying greatness of the city. The tall claims included description like financial capital of the country, the city that never sleeps, fast-paced and efficient work culture, low cost of living, people having sharp intelligence, etcetera. Now I have seen the city after attaining maturity and I know that except the tag of financial capital, the perception of awesomeness of Mumbai is all bullshit.

How I wished the above cited stories were true. But to my dismay the actuality of Mumbai is as follows:

People, especially women (both locals as well as many immigrant settlers of that city) are ugly. The food there doesn't taste good. The prices of anything and everything in Mumbai is same as in Mysore or Bangalore. The people's IQ is pretty average. People are scary. Most are either corrupt or outright criminal minded and some are blood-thirsty demons. People's body language is obnoxious.
Im on my first visit to mumbai..being shown the place around by my friends.. while i agree with you on the food that its not as great compared to a lot of the other places i have been and not to mention the price is nowhere near what the quality of the food should dictate..Other than that so far ive seen a whole range of women from super ugly to super gorgeous.. the night life is awesome.. the same as what i saw in bangalore if not better..the rest of what you said is common for most parts of india..not that all people are corrupt and blood thirsty demons..lol..but they are always looking for a way to make some quick bucks..though on the whole with the right group of friends you can have an amazing time in mumbai..

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how about red light area?
Dude,

When women of well off and middle class of Mumbai can be so ugly, there is no question of finding beautiful women in red light area. I am of opinion that red light area consists of people from poor background.

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Arey alsii admi kitna sooye ga..tera sab kuch jam hojayega.
Btw Wat ulhasnagar or ambernath u talking this is no where mumbai.
Its not in Mumbai.. Near by mumbai u can say but not mumbai
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When women of well off and middle class of Mumbai can be so ugly, there is no question of finding beautiful women in red light area. I am of opinion that red light area consists of people from poor background.
So you never went there?

You have not LIVED yet!

also u form opinions based on limited information!
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So you never went there?

You have not LIVED yet!

also u form opinions based on limited information!
Abey I grew up in Mumbai but never went to red light area. The middle and upper-middle class constitutes the majority of that place and I revisited the posh residential areas of that class after attaining maturity. Anyway the class I am referring to is better than red light. If this class is so bad, what would you say about red light where only poor live?

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Im on my first visit to mumbai..being shown the place around by my friends.. while i agree with you on the food that its not as great compared to a lot of the other places i have been and not to mention the price is nowhere near what the quality of the food should dictate..Other than that so far ive seen a whole range of women from super ugly to super gorgeous.. the night life is awesome.. the same as what i saw in bangalore if not better..the rest of what you said is common for most parts of india..not that all people are corrupt and blood thirsty demons..lol..but they are always looking for a way to make some quick bucks..though on the whole with the right group of friends you can have an amazing time in mumbai..

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Can Mumbai boast of Calcutta like greatness? Big cities produce great technical geniuses. Calcutta has produced some and is closely associated with some scientists like Jagdish Chandra Bose, Satyendra Bose, Meghnad Saha, Prafulla Chandra Ray, Amar Gopal Bose, Amal Kumar Raychaudhuri etcetera. Now, pray someone tell me. Of whom can 'Mumbai' be proud of?

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