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Dilli De Sardarboys (Starboy Punjabi Version)

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What did I just watch? A bunch of clowns dancing like nobody's business. 

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12 minutes ago, Jacfsing2 said:

What did I just watch? A bunch of clowns dancing like nobody's business. 

Dancing is the newest stereotype for Sikhs. There is an impression, in some, that we are only good for dancing our butts off and nothing else.

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Clowns. Is this what we've become? Embarrassing.

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1 hour ago, MisterrSingh said:

Clowns. Is this what we've become? Embarrassing.

I meant to say Bakri, (goat), but apparently that's a bit offensive.

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7 minutes ago, KhoonKaBadlaKhoon said:

Pure ignorance. Of course all the Hindus in the comments love the song. 

"I am a sikh and I like this video. Good job TVF, you rock."

 

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2 minutes ago, Preeet said:

"I am a sikh and I like this video. Good job TVF, you rock."

 

Your point? I'm sure we all noticed the few Sikhs as well who like this song. 

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22 minutes ago, Preeet said:

"I am a sikh and I like this video. Good job TVF, you rock."

We both know which type of Sikhs would be watching this and seeing it in a positive light. They are making a comedy of your Pagg and you get these comments.

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Did someone pay them a lot of money to make fun of themselves?

 

I don't understand how any self-respecting men can make such a video.

 

As much of a joke as Sikhs in Punjab have become, these urban Delhi Sikhs are no better.  It's largely because of them that the rest of India sees Sikhs as a bunch of clowns and jokers.

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I think it's a professional video.

Lot of planning must have gone behind lyrics, sound, theme, background which is not possible in an amateur video.

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