Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
ANI

For the first time in it’s nearly 250 years history, Mumbai’s world-renowned and iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road street food bazaar’ is poised to wear a deserted look this Ramzan month, starting April 23.

Incidentally, it was working normally even after the March 12, 1993 serial bomb blasts, but it’s fate in Ramzan 2020 will be known only after May 3.

Missing would be the enticing, mouth-watering aroma of over 400 non-vegetarian cuisine items on offer, plus around 100 assorted desserts and beverages, making it the monthlong mecca for food lovers – irrespective of religion – thronging there.

Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
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Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
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Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes
Ramadan 2020: First time in 250 years, Mumbai’s iconic ‘Mohammed Ali Road’ will be closed due to COVID-19 lockdown
Photo by Oshin Fernandes

Among the notable Ramzan regulars are Salman Khan, Katrina Kaif, Sanjay Dutt, Ayesha Takiya-Azmi, Remo D’Souza, Nawaz Siddiqui, and in the past there were Dilip Kumar, Dev Anand, Rajendra Kumar, Raj Kapoor, et al.

This market’s reputation has spawned many similar ‘Ramzan markets’ in Mumbai at Mahim, Kurla, Bandra, Andheri, Jogeshwari, Mira Road, Vasai, Pune, Malegaon, Nashik, Sangli, Surat, Delhi, Hyderabad, etc, but die-hard connoisseurs swear that the ‘Mohammed Ali Road food bazaar’ beats them all..!

With inputs from IANS

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