Ramesh Singh Sikarwar: The Don Of Chambal (Hindi) | Dinner With The Dons | Unique Stories From India

Hop on a tractor and join Doctor VC for a meal with one of India’s most dreaded dacoits. DISCLAIMER: This video contains shots of graphic violence. Viewer discretion is advised. Click the ‘Settings’ icon to change the subtitle language.

The Chambal Valley, located in the northern part of Madhya Pradesh, on the border of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh is infamous for gangs of dacoits. In the 70s and 80s, one of the most dreaded of those dacoits was Ramesh Singh Sikarwar. With a band of dacoits, he held sway over the region for years, before surrendering to the authorities. After serving his time, he now lives the life of a farmer, raising a family.

A very sick Doctor VC pays Sikarwar a visit in his village, to learn about the secret life of the bandits, while joining them for a meal in their old jungle hideout. Loaded onto a tractor and taken deep into the dense jungle, with no mobile network or way to let people know where he is, Doctor VC learns not just about the eating habits of the daakus, but also comes home with moral lessons from the gang’s leader.

The world has its heroes and its villains. The heroes get their medals, their perks and their rewards. But the world wants to know about the other kind too – the kind that dwells in the underground. This hunger for the unknown created Dinner with the Dons – India’s edgiest food show where we meet dons & hardcore criminals from various parts of the world and discuss their lives and philosophies over a meal. From Bhais of Mumbai to Annais of the south. From Goan smugglers to the Gujarati land mafia.

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