As Neil Nitin Mukesh awaits Prem Ratan Dhan Payo to hit the screens in which he stars alongside Salman Khan, he might have got the biggest break of his career already.
The actor has bagged a role in the much popular American television series Game of Thrones which has completed five seasons in the small screen and enjoys a fair amount of following in India. This might be a nice move on part of the producers of GOT to add an Indian face to the already popular show.
However, the actor attributes this offer to Hollywood famed Greg Powell who has been the action director for films like Avengers: Age of Ultron, Fast and Furious 6 and the Harry Potter series reports the Mumbai Mirror.
Incidentally, Powell is also the action director of GOT and has directed two sword-fighting sequences in the upcoming PRDP and he might have probably recommended Mukesh to the producers of GOT.
Here's how the social media had fun with this development.
Rohan Singh is a true well wisher of George R R Martin. This is how he expresses his concern
Shobhit Jaipurkar was there when this happened. He has photographs.
Harshal was a bit too harsh on Neil Nitin Mukesh. His character still might survive.
In other news, Roman went on to register for a couple of half marathons following her tweet.
â€śAt least I am trending!â€ť thought Neil Nitin Mukesh.
Watch it zunzan! Steamed momos are yummy.
Manoj Chavan is wrong. They needed to darken NNMâ€™s skin color by three tones.
Good news for the day: at least now we have three more seasons confirmed.
Varun Dhawan too makes an entry. After all, he is 'The one'.
Except, only this time, there was no need for three super-stars to play the lead roles
Rohan Kumar is still confused. Perhaps, he will attain clarity by winter-fall.
AIB leaked the official poster for NNM's role. HBO might be suing them.
Hardism, however, highlighted a very crucial point we all have been overlooking:
Bryan Cranston, however, wishes to be exempted from the star parivar awards.
After watching Prem Ratan Dhan Payo, this is what Khaleesi did