House of Khan: Mansehra man finds fame as Game of Thrones doppelganger
Pakistani waiter Rozi Khan had never heard of the Game of Thrones — or its hugely popular character Tyrion Lannister — until his striking resemblance to the dwarf anti-hero got heads turning at home.
The 25-year-old so resembles actor Peter Dinklage — who has played the witty and wily nobleman since the hit series' first season in 2010 — that he gets regularly stopped by strangers desperate for a picture.
“I don't mind. A lot of my pictures have been taken, that's why I have become very famous everywhere,” he said.
Not only are Khan and Dinklage's faces strikingly similar, they are also the same height at around 135 cms (4 ft 5in).
Photographs of the pair have unsurprisingly made their way onto social media showing the doppelgangers side-by-side.
“Wherever I go, someone says to me: 'Sir, who is this man with you on Facebook', I say that he is my friend. 'He looks like you'. I ...
Kylie Jenner defends the 'self-made billionaire' title Forbes gave her
A fortnight after she was crowned the youngest billionaire by Forbes, Kylie Jenner has spoken up about criticism over the magazine's use of the word 'self-made' to describe her.
In conversation with Interview Germany, the 21-year-old creator and owner of Kylie Cosmetics said, “There’s really no other word to use other than self-made because that is the truth. That is the category that I fall under.”
While she admits her family's fame gives her an edge most people don't have, she insists that she's been financially independent for the last six years.
“I am a special case because before I started Kylie Cosmetics, I had a huge platform and lots of fans,” she says.
“I did not get money from my parents past the age of 15. I used 100 percent of my own money to start the company, not a dime in my bank account is inherited… and I am ...
Bring a hankie - heartwarming 'Dumbo' movie may also bring tears
Bring a hankie to the new movie version of Disney’s flying elephant tale “Dumbo” because it may be a little dark for some people.
The movie, a live-action remake of the 1941 animated Disney classic, is centered on a circus baby elephant who is ridiculed for having huge ears and, whose mother, like in the original, is forcibly removed.
“That is still very much the launching point for our story,” actor Colin Farrell, who plays the father of two children who adopt Dumbo, told reporters on Thursday at the London premiere of the film.
“They both deal with topics and issues that children and families and grown-ups face in the world every day - loss, grief, guilt, shame, all those things."
"But at the same time, it’s done in the context of making it accessible to children, and not too much to bear,” Farrell added.
Danny DeVito, who plays ...