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  1. We stand with truth. We speak up for the down trodden. We stand up to the oppressor. That’s what our Guru has taught us!
  2. This has been brewing since Kashmir and the new discriminatory act which puts Muslims at disadvantage. Modhi wants to put Muslims in their place and at the same time empower the Hindu mobs to carry out cowardly acts, we see this every 2 decades or so against minorities. Gunda Raj is here and we will see a lot more of this, whilst the world turns a blind eye to forge new trade relations.
  3. By entering the gym you are not discarding your articles of faith or turning your back on your beliefs. When you take a flight on a plane you have to remove your Kirpan, but this is not considered as turning your back on your Guru. All you are doing is removing your Kakkars for a short period of time, to allow you to participate without injuring those around you. You could have your Kakkars close by to you, so that you are reminded of your obligations to your faith during a bout or training. If you become successful you would inspire a whole generation of young Sikhs to take up the sport and do a wonderful job of promoting your Religion. This would be a great Seva.
  4. No I’m alright bro! These are not ‘Singhaan de kam’. Big time besti, matheh te kalank, moo kala karauna, nak vadhouna, shitraan walian kartoottan, kanjarpuna to the next level. See all the benefits of watching Punjabi Cinema.
  5. Samurai armour was really quite deceptive when it came down to appearance, it looks really fragile and not fit for purpose, but was extremely tough. The Samurai developed a special lacquer which was used to toughen natural materials. This enabled the armour to retain toughness and lightweight properties which enabled the Samurai to move with speed and agility. They wore face masks that were intended to frighten the enemy whilst masking ones own expressions during battle.
  6. I don’t know what your talking about!.. I’m a ‘eighties kid’. Homos and alphabetties didn’t exist in the eighties. You know that, you’re old enough to remember!
  7. Only the masculine ones like ‘Mama Mia’ and ‘Grease‘!
  8. I watch nearly all Punjabi movie releases. Recently I watched ‘Chall Mera Putt’. It’s a good comedy about the struggles of ‘Fauji’s’ in England. It also has a message of better community cohesion with PakistanI Punjabi’s, who are also acting alongside our people. Seems like since the opening of ‘Kartarpur Langa’, a major effort is being made on both sides of Punjab to embrace each other’s similarities. Punjabi film industry seems to be growing, but there seems to be too many releases flooding the market, with the same copy and paste storylines and repetitive use of the same actors. Also I don’t know why but all the main lead actors are music artists and rarely does any new grassroot talent get a chance to showcase their talent. You do get the odd gem like Ardaas and the Black Prince which breaks through but you have too sift through the pile of crap to find them. Gippy Grewal is showing he has a really good skill set as a Director, but he needs to take his time in selecting the right script rather than cashing out for quick releases.
  9. Mate! You think Mr Chada would have lost some ‘tids’ before agreeing to be the groom in this movie. Wardrobe department messed up with his tailoring and lighting spot boy could have dimmed the shadows on his double chin a bit. Other than that I thoroughly enjoyed the popcorn. When’s the sequel? My only way of processing all this is with lighthearted banter. The only thing that is missing is CGI but I’m sure that will happen as well at some point, just like that Babbu Maan video where they CGI’d a six pack on him. Total Cringe! You’d think some ‘sianna banda’ would have told them to get a grip.
  10. Simple diets identical from region to region in Punjab. Farmers diets comprising of Lassi, gur (molasses), daal, saag, youghart, bajraa, makkai, seasonal root veg and not forgetting makhan. Sad thing is that this kind of food is only seen at novelty ‘virsaa’ menus at Punjabi Rosoi dhabas, fat shehri’s on nights out dining. Pendu kids are more interested in burgers, pizza and noodles. Big strong Punjabis Sardars are fading fast with ‘lazy skinny short kanjar hairdoos!
  11. The myth of ‘meat based diets’ equating to strong physical forms is something of a modern concept. The Roman Gladiators were the prized MMA fighters of the ancient era and were probably the earliest of the sponsored combatants. These Gladiators were provided with the best training and nutrition and their diets were ‘plant based’. In fact there was a short time when they were forced to eat a meat based diet, but they refused to do so believing they would be weakened due to lack of nutrients. They resorted to going on a hunger strike and refusing to participate in Gladiatorial sports, until the diet was reversed back to simple plant based nutrition. Modern day sportsmen are also starting to switch to plant based diets and seeing the benefits in performance compared to meat. I personally feel Milk is also of great benefit, but the industry is controversial. Our forefathers in the Villages of Punjab were simple people but were smart enough to see what was beneficial for their bodies.
  12. Oh Ok! Koi gal nehin, rab moderatoraan da bhalla kareh.
  13. Good stuff! It’s funny how so many people still allow their taste buds to completely block the facts which are presented to them regarding meat industry. They go to extents such quoting bani to justify their choice of diet. Deep down everyone knows what is the right stance to take on meat, but the weakness to fall to their desires can overpower any rational thought.
  14. I tried replying to a post a few days ago but all the text appeared in red and was not showing up as being posted until quite a while later. Also I got some notifications for few replies to a post I made and I can not view the content of the replies. Not sure what’s going. Maybe the mods have blocked the contents or maybe they put restrictions on my account.
  15. Why am I not able to post or view notifications?
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