Verbal Question of the Day: 44
The five sentences (labelled 1,2,3,4, and 5) given in this question, when properly sequenced, form a coherent paragraph. Decide on the proper order for the sentences and key in this sequence of five numbers as your answer.
- He uses his Mumbaikar Hindi, with its potentially funny drawl, to crack politically loaded jokes that are thoroughly enjoyed by a loyal, albeit niche, following.
- Comedy is no laughing matter in India, where taking umbrage at the funny and not-so-funny is second nature to one and all.
- Take Kunal Kamra, for instance, who affects a bit of a “slowcoach” persona.
- But in the process, he has earned disapprobation- he was asked by his landlady to vacate his house over “political issues” earlier this year.
- This has become particularly endemic under the current political dispensation as public opinion has been polarized to an extent where dissent is equated with a lack of patriotism.
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