Witty Interview Questions

Q. How can you drop a raw egg onto a concrete floor without cracking it?

Q. If it took eight men ten hours to build a wall, how long would it take four men to build it?

Q. If you had three apples and four oranges in one hand and four apples and three oranges in the other hand, what would you have?

Q. How can you lift an elephant with one hand?

Q. How can a man go eight days without sleep?

Q. If you throw a red stone into the blue sea what it will become?

Q. What looks like half apple ?

Q. What can you never eat for breakfast ?

Q. Bay of Bengal is in which state?

Next Question :
You are driving along in your car on a wild, stormy night, it's raining heavily, when suddenly you pass by a bus stop, and you see three people waiting for a bus:

An old lady who looks as if she is about to die.
An old friend who once saved your life.
The perfect partner you have been dreaming about.

Which one would you choose to offer a ride to, knowing very well that there could only be one passenger in your car?

An HR Question:
What will you do if I run away with your sister?"

Question to a unmarried student girl candidate:
What if one morning you woke up & found that you were pregnant.

I ordered a cup of coffee for the candidate. Coffee arrived kept before the candidate, then I ask that what is before you?

This is your last question of the interview. What came first egg or hen?

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India gets it's first digital film - LSD - "Love Sex aur Dhokha"

Directed by Dibakar Banerjee
and produced by Balaji Motion Pictures,
"LSD Love Sex aur Dhokha" (loosely translated as Love, Sex and Betrayal)
is India's premier digital film.

The film is entirely shot on digital camera and makes the point that full length feature films can be shot inexpensively. With one being able to save over Rs 40 lakhs shooting on digital, he expects many filmmakers making movies under Rs 5 crores to junk the conventional mode of 35mm film. A film maker with a limited budget would rather spend on the film's promotion with the savings.

Movies in India are being shot today for a niche audience, Making a good product is just as important as marketing it. Both these costs if not managed could make the film unviable. Risks need to be mitigated as much as possible, Costs need to be controlled.

Like in his films, Dibakar has innovated even with his choice of camera. He chose to go digital, Although, his reason was not to save cost but to add a certain character to the film that only seemed possible through digital. He was able to add a unique dimension to his films (the camera is a character in the film) and also save valuable time and money. Digital means no expensive raw stock, no negative processing, no telecine costs, smaller units, faster shoots.

However, Dibakar is not the first to shoot in digital in India although he is the first Indian director. Danny Boyle, like many other firsts, has this first to his name too. He shot SLUMDOG MILLIONNAIRE on digital since he was adamant that he did not want to take large, cumbersome 35mm cameras into the slums. He wanted to use smaller, more flexible, digital cameras to enable them to shoot quickly with minimal disturbance to the natural flow and communities. Besides saving money in the process, it was much simpler to process.

Dibakar Banerjee (born 1969)
is an Indian film director and screenwriter
who is most known for films
Khosla Ka Ghosla (2006) and Oye Lucky! Lucky Oye! (2008)
both of which won National Film Awards

Director of LSD, Dibakar Banerjee states," LSD is a digital film with a hidden camera playing a character by itself! I've shot the film on a digital format with a hand-held camera. In the film, there are different camera angles, like that of a spy-cam, a mobile cam and a close circuit camera. Normally the digital format is used by a filmmaker for the lack of choices. But for LOVE SEX AUR DHOKHA, the digital format was the only choice"

Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi is the first Chief Minister in the country to have been questioned on a criminal complaint

CM Narendra Modi on 27 March 2010 after getting interrogated by SIT

It is the first time in Indian history that a sitting Chief Minister has been accused and interrogated for a crime such as mass murder. The “will he won’t he” suspense eventually ended on March 27 when Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi presented himself before the Special Investigation Team (SIT) to be interrogated for his alleged complicity in the 2002 riots. Modi is the first Chief Minister in the country to have been questioned on a criminal complaint.

Close to 1,500 people lost their lives in the days of rioting that followed the burning of a coach of the Sabarmati Express at Godhra, in which 59 kar sevaks returning from Ayodhya died. The investigation into the Godhra
incident and the Gujarat riots has been going on for eight years.

For a man who holds such a high office and, more importantly, is known for his power and control, this was a humbling experience. He is accused of aiding and abetting riots in Gulberg Society, a residential colony in Ahmedabad, where 68 people were killed in a mob attack on February 28, 2002. Modi has been indicted in a petition filed by Zakia Jafri, whose husband Ehsan Jafri, a former Congress Member of Parliament, was killed in the attack on Gulberg Society. Zakia Jafri has accused Modi and 62 others of instructing officials not to heed cries for help by Muslims during the riots. She says her husband made frantic calls to Modi and several police officers and politicians, but no one came to their aid. She believes that the attack on Gulberg Society was a planned one and that her husband was targeted.

Zakia Jafri