There are two things that we love immensely – Game of Thrones and Bollywood. One day, we got thinking, what would happen if the two worlds collided in a parallel universe? Naturally, we compiled a list of some seeti–maar dialogues from Bollywood movies that we all loved, and threw them into GoT. Before you go any further, be warned – winter is coming. Seriously. It’s almost December.
Roose Bolton – Goli nahi maarenge saale ko. Keh ke lenge.
Who could ever forget Bolton`s words, “The Lannisters send their regards.”? This dialogue from Gangs of Wasseypur is perfect for when you’re sticking the proverbial knife into Robb Stark’s back.
Jaime Lannister – Ye haath mujhe de de, Thakur!
When Jamie lost his hand, a few of us cried. There there, let it all out. Sholay’s line fits like a glove here, don’t you think? (Ha! Pun intended.)
Tyrion Lannister – Saara shehar mujhe lion ke naam se jaanta hai.
Ajit’s dialogue in Kaalicharan is probably something the little lion of House Lannister would spout.
Arya Stark – Kabhi kabhi kuch jeetne ke liye kuch haarna padta hai. Aur haar kar jeetne waale ko baazigar kehte hai.
The girl who lost her parents, her home, her brothers and her direwolf is the best fit for this dialogue by SRK. Imagine a grassed hill, and little Arya standing and saying the line. *wipes away tears of pride*
Daenerys Targaryen – Mere dragons aayenge!
Now we know this isn’t the exact dialogue from Karan Arjun, but that does not mean that Dany’s dear dragons won’t come when called.
Petyr Baelish – Petyr naam hai mera. Petyr Baelish.
There are people you can’t trust, people who have a special place in hell, Satan and then Petyr Baelish. Seriously, you never know when he’ll pull a swift one and BOOM, your favourite character is dead. This line by Prem Chopra is perfect for the conniving snake that Littlefinger is.
The Hound – Yeh dhai kilo ka haath jab kisi pe padta hai, toh aadmi uthta nahi, uth jaata hai.
Bollywood is incomplete without Sunny Deol’s dhai kilo ka haath. The Hound has a mean right hook, so watch your words around him.
Tywin Lannister – Rishtey mein toh hum tumhare baap lagte hai. Naam hai Shahenshah!
Almost every one of Big B’s dialogues is an integral part of Bollywood. This one, in particular, is most apt considering how Tywin is the king of Westeros.
Jon Snow – Mere paas bangla hai, gaadi hai, bank balance hai. Tumhare paas kya hai?
Robb Stark – Mere paas maa hai.
Visualize the two brothers, stony expressions and a major "Aw, snap!" moment.
Cersei Lannister – Main tumhare bacche ki maa banne waali hoon.
So far, Jaime has survived everything from getting his hand cut off to being beaten up and dragged across the Seven Kingdoms. But this dialogue, when spoken by Cersei, could probably send him into cardiac arrest. #RakshaBandhanWithBenefits
by Karan Raikar