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Gq prelims with answers

  1. 1. 1.________ is a term for an altercation, typically involving scratching, slapping, hair-pulling, and shirt- shredding as opposed to punching or wrestling. It refers to any "vociferous fight." It can also be used to describe two human beings insulting each other verbally or being otherwise nasty to each other. ________ are different from other kinds of fights because they usually involve competition between two or more women, usually over men. The appeal of a _______ was facetiously explained by Jerry Seinfeld, as "Men think if women are grabbing and clawing at each other, there's a chance they might somehow, you know... Kiss”
  2. 2. Catfight
  3. 3. 2. X was a Mauritian-born Indian model and actress. She held the titles of Miss Mauritius World 1993 and Miss Mauritius Universe 1994.She was best known for her advertisements of the 1990s, and for her involvement in the so- called Metro Manila Film Festival scam of 1994. X appeared in some Bollywood movies like Yeh Kaisi Mohabbat (2002)and has also done music videos including of Daler Mehndi's "Boom Boom”. She was found hanging from the ceiling fan in her apartment on June 25, 2010 at her Bandra residence in Mumbai. X?
  4. 4. Viveka Babajee
  5. 5. 3. Most ____ ______ are made of nitrocellulose dissolved in a solvent (e.g. butyl acetate or ethyl acetate) and either left clear or colored with various pigments. Basic components included are: film forming agents, resins and plasticizers, solvents, and coloring agents. Adhesive polymers ensure the nitrocellulose adheres to the surface. Plasticizers are chemicals that link between polymer chains. Brief description of what?
  6. 6. Nail Polish
  7. 7. 4. Connect:
  8. 8. Powerpuff Girls
  9. 9. **5. What exactly is 'Hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobia‘?
  10. 10. • Fear of long words!
  11. 11. 6. Created by William Moulton Marston, X based on the Amazons of Greek mythology, was an American as a "distinctly feminist role model whose mission was to bring the Amazon ideals of love, peace, and sexual equality to a world torn by the hatred of men.“ Created during World War II, the character was initially depicted fighting the Axis military forces, as well as an assortment of supervillains. In later decades, some writers maintained the World War II setting, while others updated the series to reflect the present day. X was named the twentieth greatest comic book character by Empire magazine. X?
  12. 12. Wonder Woman
  13. 13. 7. In the history of Karnataka, the name of late X occupies a prominent place in the field of philanthropy. The Maharaja of Mysore honored him with the title of Raja Karya Prasaktha in 1946. He had foreseen the urgent need for high quality technical education in India even before its independence. After the death of X, his son took over the reigns. Under his guidance the institution grew. He was also instrumental in initiating International Collaborative programmes such as cross-cultural programmes and training foreign students under International Co- operation Division (ICD). Id X.
  14. 14. B.M.Sreenivasaiah!
  15. 15. 8. Who was the winner of “Rahul ka Swayamvar” and is the present wife of Rahul Mahajan??
  16. 16. Dimpy Ganguly
  17. 17. 9. A popular beverage gets its name from a Greek athlete in classical times who was reputed to have had phenomenal strength. He was said to have supported the roof of a collapsing building in which the mathematician, Pythogoras, was teaching, thus saving his life. Name the athlete/beverage.
  18. 18. Milo
  19. 19. **10. Id the singer.
  20. 20. Kailash Kher
  21. 21. 11. This orange flavoured liquer is made from dried orange peel from the Dutch West Indies. It is generally BLUE or orange in colour. Name it.
  22. 22. Curacao
  23. 23. 12. X is a Latin word and the opposite of ‘dexter’. It developed its modern definition (‘threatening evil, harm or trouble; ominous’) because the ancient Romans believed that omens observed on the ______ were regarded as an indication of misfortune. X?
  24. 24. Sinister
  25. 25. 13. Most Glamorous Male: Hrithik Roshan Most Glamorous Female: Priyanka Chopra Best Supporting Appearance: Karishma Kapoor Best Debut Male: Himesh Reshammiya Best Debut Female: Mira Nair Best Rapid Fire - Male: Shahrukh Khan Best Rapid Fire - Female: Kareena Kapoor Favorite Guest: Rakhi Sawant Lifetime Achievement Award: Shahrukh Khan What are we talking about?
  26. 26. Koffee Awards
  27. 27. 14. _______ ______ is a spherical chocolate sweet made by Italian chocolatier _______, the producer of Tic Tac and Nutella. The chocolates consist of a whole roasted hazelnut encased in a thin wafer shell filled with hazelnut cream and covered in milk chocolate and chopped hazelnuts and walnuts. The sweets each contain 69 calories, and are individually packaged inside a gold-coloured wrapper. _______ actually comes from French and means “rock”.
  28. 28. Ferrero Rocher
  29. 29. **15. “Palindromes” are words that can be read the same way in either direction. Example : Malayalam What do we call words that spells a different word in the back ward direction?? Example : stressed / desserts , was / saw, lived / devil
  30. 30. “Semordnilap” • It is “Palindromes” spelt backwards :P
  31. 31. 16. Which movie?
  32. 32. The Social Network
  33. 33. 17. X : With the help of strong will, a lack of impathy, a lil alcohol and extremely distasteful & bad timing...I became George Bush over night. X : I wrote a song for Y that's so beautiful and I want her to have it. If she won't take it then I'll perform it for her. She had nothing to do with my issues with award shows. She had no idea what hit her. She's justa lil girl with dreams like the rest of us. Id X and Y.
  34. 34. Kanye West and Taylor Swift
  35. 35. 18. Id!
  36. 36. Sonia Gandhi!
  37. 37. 19. The term sometimes refers to a form of mockery in which the mocker exaggerates the other person's characteristics; pretending to take on his or her attitudes, etc., in order to make them look funny. Or it may be used to refer to a ruse where a person is led to believe something is true that is not (usually a fairly unbelievable story) for the purpose of ridicule of the subject. The phrase is in common usage throughout British society, employed by headline writers in broadsheet gazettes and tabloids as well as colloquially. What phrase?
  38. 38. “Take The Mickey”
  39. 39. **20. Connect
  40. 40. Android Versions • Cupcake • Gingerbread • Éclair • Froyo • Honeycomb • Donut
  41. 41. 21. Id the artist!
  42. 42. Edward Maya
  43. 43. 22. Connect with a specific event.
  44. 44. Katy Perry and Russell Brand’s marriage in India
  45. 45. Video Answers 23. Sanjay Leela Bhansali 24. Justin Bieber 25. Himesh Reshamiyya

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