He could be the next Deepak Chopra! And why not? If the celebs can write a book to earn some quick bucks by lacing it with imaginary sexual exploits, why can't a dreaded mafia don like Babloo Srivastava write a book on kidnapping to help his fellow kidnappers. He has just finished writing a book about how successful kidnapping plans are hatched and rich businessmen held for ransom. Srivastava, who recently created a sensation by linking godman Chandrasawmi to Rajiv Gandhi's assassination, certainly has the right credentials as author. Once a trusted lieutenant of Dubai don Dawood Ibrahim, he was wanted in many countries across the world. The Interpol issued a red corner alert for his arrest and he was eventually extradited from Singapore in September 1995.