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The power of dragons is unleashed in the House of the Dragon trailer because a woman cannot inherit the Iron Throne.

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The power of dragons is unleashed in the House of the Dragon trailer because a woman cannot inherit the Iron Throne.

The Dance of the Dragons, the Targaryen civil war, is depicted in the House of the Dragon trailer, and it features everyone who is vying for the Iron Throne, from Rhaenyra Targaryen and Daemon Targaryen to others.
The highly anticipated Game of Thrones spinoff, House of the Dragon, has finally released its highly anticipated trailer, which gives fans of the hit programme a good look at the dragons and those who are interested in the Iron Throne. On August 21, House of the Dragon will make its HBO Max debut. On August 22, it will start streaming on Disney+ Hotstar in India.

King Viserys Targaryen (Paddy Considine) speaks of his desire to see the successor of his choosing seated on the Iron Throne at the beginning of the trailer. The first contender is his first-born daughter Rhaenyra (Emma D’Arcy), although “no queen has ever sat the Iron Throne.” Others desire Daemon Targaryen, Viserys’ brother (Matt Smith), to be the heir. In order to be the mother of the kid who could become the new heir, the king’s new bride also enters the picture. In another scenario, Daemon interrupts Viserys as he is about to announce the identity of his new successor, saying, “I am your heir.”

In the trailer, Rhaenys Targaryen, Viserys’ cousin and the “queen who never was,” is heard declaring, “Rhaenyra’s succession will be disputed, knives will come out.” “A woman would not inherit the iron throne because that is the order of things,” she later says to others. When she becomes queen, Rhaenyra, who appears older, will establish a new order. There are several glimpses of dragons asserting their supremacy in the battle for the Iron Throne within all of this, as well as hints concerning the civil war.

House of the Dragon is based on RR Martin’s 2018 novel Fire & Blood. It is set two hundred years before the events of Game of Thrones and chronicles the beginning of the end of House Targaryen and the events that lead to the Targaryen civil war, known as the ‘Dance of the Dragons’. The first season premiering this August will have 10 episodes.

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At an event, Rupali Ganguly touches an experienced journalist’s foot, to which the audience responds, “Success has not changed her.”

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At an event, Rupali Ganguly touches an experienced journalist’s foot, to which the audience responds, “Success has not changed her.”

Actress Rupali Ganguly is gaining popularity online after a video of her from an event went viral. The Anupamaa actress appeared to present veteran journalist Chaitanya Padukone with an award at the Expandable Awards. She touched his feet after presenting him with the prize and introduced her on-screen persona to the audience.

Rupali wore a purple sari with shine to the occasion. She knelt down in the video and brushed the journalist’s feet, asking for his blessing. Chaitanya appeared overwhelmed in reaction. An account belonging to a paparazzi has uploaded the video.

“Rupali is extremely down to earth,” a user commented in response to it in the comment area. Success hasn’t altered her because she was raised by the fantastic director and all-around positive person Anil Ganguly, whose home she grew up in. I grew up watching all of his movies, so that is undoubtedly where it all begins. Another person said, “Ise bolte hain Asli Sanskaar (this is referred to as authentic culture)”

“That’s why Rupali mam is so successful and widely known, down to earth and never leave her root,” another person added. Rupali was referred to as “grace” by filmmaker Ram Kamal Mukherjee in the comments section.

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Rupali began her acting career as a child performer and later achieved recognition as the lead in the television series Sarabhai vs. Sarabhai, in which Ratna Pathak Shah co-starred as Monisha Sarabhai. She later became a celebrity of television programmes like Baa Bahoo Aur Baby and Parvarrish – Kuchh Khattee Kuchh Meethi.

Currently, Rupali is portraying the Gujarati homemaker Anupamaa in the lead character of the television series Anupamaa. It is one of the most watched serials on Star Plus. Rupali recently shared her thoughts on the show in response to complaints from viewers regarding the length of her monologues.

She said, “Fans ki baatein sar aankhon par (I will always put my fans’ needs first)” to Pinkvilla. My creators are quite aware of the message they want to get across with Anupamaa. Regardless of what he (producer Rajan Shahi) has envisioned for Anupamaa to do, I shall strive to express it with all of my passion. I’ll give it my all and do it to the best of my skills.

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