Ali Zafar meets Game of Thrones’ Stansa Stark7,099 views
It is the moment that will make fans of Game of Thrones jealous, but singer-actor Ali Zafar has met actress Sophie Turner who plays the role of Sansa Stark.
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Ali Zafar who is currently on a tour of USA and Canada managed to take time to meet her and posted the picture with the caption ‘ Game of Thrones fan?’ Now, we do not know much the meeting but it is definitely a fan moment for Ali Zafar. Ali Zafar also met another mysterious woman who is a Marilyn Monroe look-alike.
The critically acclaimed Game of Thrones based on the books of George R.R. Martin has wrapped up its sixth season.
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Sansa Stark who plays a pivotal role has been praised for the development of her character tied up between Jon Snow and Peter Baelish.
Ali Zafar is an accomplished singer besides being a recognized painter, actor, and a model in Pakistan. He is a Graduate of prestigious National College of Arts (NCA), Lahore.
He is mostly known as a singer and a musician. His first album “Huqa Pani” released in 2003 in Pakistan and 2005 world wide received good ratings and included hit singles like “Channo”, “Rangeen”, “Chal dil Merey” and “Jugnuon se bhar le aanchal” were very well received by the South Asian audience. It sold over 600,000 copies world wide and was nominated for numerous awards. He released his second album “Masty” in 2007. He has also released four videos for the tracks from the album, namely, “Masty”, “Sajania”, “Dekha” and “Aasmaan”.
He also appeared in Television serials including “Lunda Bazaar”,”Kaanch Ke Per” and “College Jeans”.
He featured in Abrar-ul-Haq’s famous video for the song “Preeto”. As a model he featured in television and print media add campaign of Telenor as well.
He won the Best Male Artist for 2008 MTV awards
His movie “Tere Bin Laden” was released in 2010. It was marred by controversy in his home country and it eventually failed to pass the censor in Pakistan. However, it is well received in South Asian & Middle Eastern countries.