Twitter Finds A DDLJ Connection To The Icy Cersei-Euron Relationship, Here’s What It Is

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What do you get when you mix Bollywood's most romantic moment with an icy and need-based relationship in Game of Thrones? Pure, unadulterated comedy gold!

Written By Suchitra Karthikeyan | Mumbai | Updated On:

SPOILERS AHEAD: THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR GAME OF THRONES' SEASON EIGHT'S FIRST EPISODE.

What do you get when you mix Bollywood's most romantic moment with an icy and need-based relationship in Game of Thrones? Pure, unadulterated comedy gold!

In Monday's episode of Game of Thrones, there is a moment, when Euron Greyjoy, an ally to Cersei Lannister - the current Queen on the Iron Throne, stands triumphant in front of the Queen asking her to keep her end of the bargain and show him some affection for all his hard work. She dismisses him saying that he is exceeding his limits and walks away from the Throne room.

As she reaches the edge of the room, in a typical DDLJ-style 'Palat' moment, she turns around and gives Euron a look of complete disdain begrudgingly giving in to his demands. Euron smiles and follows her enthusiastically to her chambers.

While many have wondered about Euron's fate, a Twitter user has likened the scene to DDLJ's iconic scene when raj thinks to himself that Simran (who is walking away from him) will turn and look at him if she loves him.

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Twitterati have enjoyed the hilarious Bollywood twist to this serious setting:

Game of Thrones is currently in its final season and aired its first episode on Monday in India.

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