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Question 1: In the scene, Zayed Khan tries to cheer ________ by telling a Sardarji joke.
Aishwarya RaiRani MukerjiKareena KapoorPreity Zinta

Question 2: In ________, some Sikhs protested against a scene in the Pritish Nandy Communications (PNC) film Shabd.

Question 3: [9] He pointed out that the best Sardarji jokes are told by the Sikhs themselves, presenting ________ as an example.
1984 anti-Sikh riotsKhushwant SinghIndiaDelhi

Question 4: Preetinder Singh explains the origin of the "12 o'clock joke" as follows:[8] The real reason for the "12 O'clock Assciation" with Sikhs comes from ________'s invasion of India.
AfghanistanIranSafavid dynastyNader Shah

Question 5: [1 ][3][4] Many of the Sardarji jokes are variations of other ________ or stereotype jokes.
United KingdomMinority groupEthnic jokeSouth Africa

Question 6: [24] Many Sikhs in ________ staged violent protests.
VaranasiKanpurGhaziabad, IndiaMeerut

Question 7: He further went on to say that the protestors should develop a ________ and that "All truth has the power to offend.
HumourTragedyAestheticsFriedrich Nietzsche

Question 8: Sardarji jokes are a class of jokes based on stereotypes of ________ (referred to as "Sardarji"s).
Sikh diasporaMazhabiSikhSikhism

Question 9: Research has indicated however that suggesting truth in such stereotypes in ________ is not supported by facts which are contrary to this suggestion.
South AfricaUnited KingdomEthnic jokeMinority group

Question 10: Some of the dominant traits of the Sardarji jokes include the Sardarji being shown as naïve, inept, unintelligent, unclean, or not well-versed with the ________.
English languageSouth AfricaAmerican EnglishCanada

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