I checked the date: Yes, you read that right — I am a Sikh. Well, firstly I must ask: The film will aim to completely destroy the Sikh image and look to set a new stereotype of Sikhs of being stupid. In my opinion, that is a lot of positive cultural influence. Those were difficult times. Most important, as a Sikh I have never felt there is malicious intent behind these jokes.
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I confess to being baffled by this PIL. Yes, you read that right — I am a Sikh. T20 World Cup Schedule. Why would it be upset by mere humour?
We earn our money and flaunt it. For me, jokes about Sikhs are a reflection of the success of my community. For a few years post the Sikh carnage, Sardar jokes did not sound funny.
In my opinion, that is a lot of positive cultural influence. When did Sikhs, the most vibrant, confident and generous community in India become so tunnel-visioned that their self-esteem and pride are being eroded by jokes?
Guru Teg Bahadur Sahib Ji
The film is being directed by Akashdeep Sabir and produced by Viacom 18 and distributed through Eros International. There is implicit faith that the jokes will not be misunderstood; indeed it is Sikhs themselves who have a larger repertoire of these jokes to regale their friends with. So keep those jokes coming! There is a certain charm that Sardar jokes have achieved pan-Indian status. They are reminders that I am a proud Sikh, and among all other significant contributions we make to society, we also make people dikh — especially in these intolerant, santabaanta times.
I grew up in a Sikh household, on a staple diet of dal makhani, tandoori chicken and — Sardar jokes.
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The outrageous part about the poster is that it shows 2 men dubiously dressed like Sikhs with their under garment on while holding a revolver. Most important, as a Sikh I have never felt there is malicious intent behind these jokes. Life as a Turban-Wearing American Trucker. But think of the jokes themselves! The Santa-Banta jokes that keep streaming into my phone lighten up my day and make me smile.
In fact, Harvinder Chowdhary is 30 years too late. Terms Privacy About Us. The jokes do not undermine my pride in being a Sikh. Why Ask For a Ban? At the same time, there is incredible pride that we are respected for being a generous, warrior community. I checked the date: On a group chat, the Sikh members are not left out of Sardar jokes. We know all that and revel in it. There was a mixed sense of anger, shame, embarrassment and bitterness among Sikhs and non-Sikhs.
They do not ridicule my religion, my Gurus, the Guru Granth Sahib, the gurudwaras, or the sewa and langar in those places of worship. Super Informative Video on the Shastars of the Khalsa.
Guru Nanak Dev Ji
This is a community that is too proud to ever consider itself a minority in India, and never asks for any kind of special status. Well, firstly I must ask: Reportedly, the film is about two men in friendship and how they get into trouble while being with each other. So when I read that an Indian woman had filed a PIL to ban all websites that have jokes about Sikhs, my first reaction was disbelief.