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  • QM: Pritom Sarma

  • Total 34 questions.

    3 Different rounds.

    Quizmaster is NOT god, he is a human being so mistakes on his part are inevitable. All mistakes that comes to your lookout please point them out.(preferably after the quiz)

    But for the duration of the quiz, Quizmasters decisions are final and binding.

    Keep your mobile phones on, Dont Google.

  • The quizmaster has researched all the questions, and has tried to cross-check almost every info. Any resemblance to questions in other blogs/pages/quizzes are purely coincidental. But as he always said.

  • All videos have been linked to youtube, so do attempt them just click on the blue link

  • 17 Questions.

    Infinite Bounce + Pounce.

    +10 for direct and pass.

    +10/-10 for pounce.

  • X is a popular assamese foriegn travel show which aired on DD Guwahati in 2001, the show hosted and directed by Bobbeeta Sharma (first Miss North-East) and had completed more than 150 episodes. Name X.

  • ______ (1989) was a TV series following the training of an Indian Army commando regiment that aired on India's national channel DD National in 1989. It was produced by New Film Addicts Pvt Ltd. It was debut TV appearance of X.

    ID X and FITB.

  • Played by Anthony Daniels and Kenny Baker respectively, this couple had issues with their outfits in Tunisia.. Also, while both actors have come back to continue their roles, Baker is much more private and less comfortable with the fame, fan mania, etc. While, Daniels, has embraced more of the fandom, even appearing in a cameo.

    Which couple?

    (photo next slide)

  • These are few lines from a poem by Percy Shelley And on the pedestal these words appear

    My name is X, king of kings:

    Look on my works, ye Mighty, and despair!

    X is also an episode of a famous TV series that has achieved a perfect rating (10/10) on IMDB.

    Name X and the show.

  • The trademark _____ originated with writer Stephen Engel, who would set up playful practical jokes around the writers room, including putting together a grapefruit with tape. "I'd open it up and Stephen would say, _____ " .Now, It has officially been dubbed a species of bee as a way to honor X.

    Who is X and FITB.

  • In 2006, the government of X introduced a multi-million dollar international tourism campaign, titled X: The Heart of Eurasia. This ad campaign, known for its massive outreach in the form of global TV advertisements and a 15-page New York Times supplement, was actually launched in response to a movie, Y, which it was highly offended by because of the fictitious image of X it displayed.

    Identify X and Y.

  • The X is a dark brown oddity sausage-shaped limbs, invariably ending up broken in half or in various other states of destruction and disfiguration. Although X is inanimate, Y often pretends it is alive. X is often privy to Ys various schemes and doubles as a dish cloth or paint brush in an emergency; it has been decapitated and shrunk in the wash. X is also Ys pet and has even won a pet show. ID X and Y.

  • During the late 1930s, Akbar Allahabadi who a famous Urdu poet, a prominent freedom fighter and member of the Muslim League. He along with Abdul Kalam Azad and Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan were the only few in the Muslim League to opposed the formation of a separate Pakistan. Addressing a convention of the Muslim League he voiced his opinion on the fact the that independent India should not have a separate Muslim electorate, to which Jinnah and other pro Pakistani's insulted him by asking whether he was drunk. As he was devout muslim, he got a bit offended by this. As result he did something as a sarcastic reply to Jinnah. What VERY famous song am I talking about.

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  • Through storm and grief,

    Hit many a rock and many a reef,

    What keep them going was a great belief.

    That the human race was a special freight

    So they had to learn to navigate.

    If they didnt want to be in Jonahs shoes,

    Better be mated on this here cruise.Why

    So the boiler blew, somewhere in Spain,

    All the kettle was smashed and 40 cranes.

    Steam boat out from the Oregon Main.

    Oh, it took some time for the crew to learn

    What is bad for the bow aint good for the stern.

    If a fire took place in China today

    Pearl Harbor just gonna blaze away.

    Name the song.

  • X premiered in the U.S. on the Fox network on September 20, 2002. By mid-December, X had averaged 4.7 million viewers per episode and was 98th in Nielsen ratings. It was cancelled after eleven of the fourteen produced episodes were aired.

    Despite the relatively short life span of the series, it received strong sales when it was released on DVD and has large fan support campaigns.

    It won a Primetime Emmy Award in 2003 for Outstanding Special Visual Effects for a Series. TV Guide ranked the series #5 on their 2013 list of 60 shows that were "Cancelled Too Soon".

    The post-airing success of the show led the creator of the show and Universal Pictures to produce a film based on the series, and the franchise expanded to other media, including comics and a role-playing game.

  • Manthan is a 1976 film made by Shyam Benegalwith the screenplay written by Vijay Tendulkar. The film is based on Operation Flood initiated by Dr. Varghese Kurien that led to the formation of Amul.

    What is special about the producer(s) of this film?

  • Each farmer paid Rs. 2 to finance the film.

  • X is British sitcom series. This show is regarded by many as the real inspiration behind the The Big Bang Theory. Name the X.

  • Simple One ID the TV Show.

  • X applied to the prestigious University of Southern Californias Film School. He was rejected though because his C grade average in high school was too low for admission.

    X didnt give up. He applied two more times and rejected twice. Legend says his admissions officer mockingly told him that he would never get a degree from USC.

    Years later, when X had made a name for himself, USC upon him a honorary doctorate. He accepted it only on one condition: that the degree be signed by the same jeering admissions officer. Who?

  • The X is the imaginary _____ at the front of the stage in a traditional three-_____ box set in a proscenium theatre, through which the audience sees the action in the world of the play. The idea is of an imaginary boundary between any fictional work and its audience. Speaking directly to or otherwise acknowledging the audience through a camera in a film or television program, or through this imaginary ____ in a play, is referred to as Y and is considered a technique of metafiction, as it penetrates the boundaries normally set up by works of fiction.

    What is X, Y and FITB.

  • X are a power pop band from Middletown, Connecticut. X first became popular for their song "The Future Is Now," which was the theme song for the Fox television program Oliver Beene. A clip from one of their other song is the theme song for another show, which was created by the band's founding members.

    ID X and the show

  • Written round

    10 minimalist poster of songs and movies

    +10 for each correct answer and extra +20 for all correct.

  • 8 SLIDES



  • According to urban dictionary X is a method which has the following steps.

    Step 1: Find a hard surface such as a Wood Bench or Marble Floor.

    Step 2: Sit on your Dominant hand, palm down for 5-7 minutes until 88% of feeling or more is lost in that hand.

    Step 3: Close your eyes, manifesting a pleasurable scenario, then proceed to gratify yourself(masturbate) with your hand in its current numb state.

  • The X is a stock character in folklore and fairy tale, an old woman. In some stories, she is disagreeable, malicious, or sinister in manner, often with magical or supernatural associations that can make her either helpful or obstructing. She is also an archetypal figure, a Wise Woman.

    The word "X" is a less common synonym for "old woman," and is more likely to appear in reference to traditional narratives than in contemporary everyday usage.

  • For the past 35 years, the band has been supported by their famous mascot, "Eddie", who has appeared on almost all of their album and single covers, as well as in their live shows.

    Although he is occasionally described as "zombie-like" in the press, Eddie assumes a different guise relating to the themes of individual albums and their corresponding world tours, and has appeared as a cyborg, an Egyptian mummy and a lobotomised mental patient amongst others.



  • According to urban dictionary:

    A Person who, being unable to express his anger through physical violence (owning to their physical weakness, lack of bravery and/or conviction in real life), instead manifests said emotions through the text-based medium of the internet, usually in the form of aggressive writing that the Keyboard X would not (for reasons previously mentioned) be able to give form to in real life.

    In essence, the keyboard (ie. text input ability) allows the keyboard X to manifest his true X nature in a safe and removed environment, from which no real-life repercussions.

    Keyboard X are generally identified by unnecessary rage in their written communications, and are regarded as 'losers' by other virtual identities on the internet.

  • X