Thursday, December 20, 2007

how to threaten sardar

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Just throw a pin at sardar he will run away...
Why?
Because he will think hand granade pin is removed and now the handgranade will be thrown at him.




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Ram Gopal varma ki Aag

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Public who has seen 'Ram Gopal Verma Ki Aag' they must had cursed him saying 'Ram Gopal Verma ki ma ki Aaag' while leaving the theater....
(Ram Gopal Verma We love you and at least this kind of films are not expected from you)



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Monday, December 17, 2007

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Suggestion Box - Sardar joke

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A sardar obseves that a suggestion box kept in his office is not opened for years togather, inspite of people putting their suggestions in it. Therefore he puts a suggestion in it saying 'The suggestion box should be opened regularly'




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