Zam Zam Juice Centre in Bandra has no menu. To choose a drink, listen carefully to a folk song with lyrics that weave in names of juices, composed and sung impromptu by the staff
It bodes well when you hear a song wafting through the rush of traffic at Bandra station. Follow the sound and you will be drawn to a hole-in-the -wall decorated with kitschy fruit posters with lines like: "Obedience is the fruit of life". The singer is Jamshed Siddiqui, a native of Solapur in Maharashtra, who has spent most of his life in Mumbai. "There are usually two others with me; they are back in the village for their holidays right now," says Jamshed.
Jamshed Siddiqui of Zam Zam Juice Centre sings folk songs to get his business going
Zam Zam Juice Centre, opposite Bandra bus depot, Bandra (W) station.
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