After getting a breather with the resurrection of popular character Jon Snow in TV show 'Game of Thrones', fans were in for a shock with the brutal death of gentle giant Hodor. The death of the character, played by Kristian Nairn, has left even Bollywood actors like Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan devastated.
HODOR...#GameofThrones— Shruti Seth (@SethShruti) May 23, 2016
Me to anyone trying to talk to me about anything but hodor rn pic.twitter.com/F3tXrAvFpc— Ashley Rice (@_actuallyrice) May 23, 2016
*Elevator doors start to close*— Michael Golamco (@michaelgolamco) May 23, 2016
*Everyone inside elevator starts crying*
#Hodor had one job.— Alphonso Jordan (@GTjumperzo) May 23, 2016
He did it.
Ohhhhh. "Hodor" means "I will never stop crying my face off." Got it.— DrewAtHitFix (@DrewAtHitFix) May 23, 2016
The fifth episode of the ongoing sixth season of the fantasy TV show unraveled the mystery of the gentle giant’s impaired conversational skills. The character just had one dialogue in the entire show and that was to say 'Hodor'.
The climax of episode explained the giant’s past and also why he is only able to say his name, which is actually a command - “Hold the door”.
'Game Of Thrones', which is based on novels by George R.R. Martin, and is a dramatic telling of a story entwined with sneaky ploys, nudity and bloodshed in a quest to claim the 'Iron Throne'.
In between all the slaughter and plotting in the show, Nairn emerged from the stables of Winterfell (a fictional town of the series) to make a place in the hearts of the audience as a gentle giant.
What 'Hodor' actor Kristian Nairn has to say:
Hodor. Thank you guys,for the love,+ know that I love you back.I never dreamt of all this.Huge props to @SamColemanActor for an amazing job— Kristian Nairn (@KristianNairn) May 23, 2016
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