Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at King's Cross station

Hazel Keech said her role as an extra in Harry Potter was the best part of her film career. Interestingly, her career happens to be just one film short of the number of Harry Potter films.

FP Staff September 25, 2018 15:01:38 IST
Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at King's Cross station

Don't we all want to peep into our favourite stars' drawing rooms — to overhear their conversations about life in, and beyond, films? Don't we all want to know what they feel deeply about but can't blurt out on social media or in interviews? 

To gain access to such conversations beyond close doors, we have hired a fly on the wall. A silent spectator to conversations that do not make it to gossip magazines, the fly on the wall brings us verbatim interactions that we can't confirm or deny ever happened.

In 2001, Hazel Keech made her Hollywood debut in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone. Nineteen Years Later, in 2020, she reunites with her Hogwarts batchmates at the King's Cross station.

Hazel: Hi Harry! Remember me?

Harry: Oh hey! Obviously. You're the 'Aa Ante Amalapuram' girl! Obviously, how can I forget you.

Hazel: Woah! How do you know that? Well, I was also your classmate in Hogwarts. It was the best part of my career.

Harry: Oh. I don't remember that. How many films have you done?

Hazel: Excluding the extras, seven.

Harry Potter Ron Weasley Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at Kings Cross station

Harry: Woah! Just one shy of the number of Harry Potter films.

Hazel: You split the last book into two films. That's just indulgence. You should learn something from my Bodyguard Salman Khan.

Harry: Don't get charged. Even you've counted a special appearance. BTW, big fan of Yuvi.

Hazel: Thanks. Don't think he'll be easy on you in Quiddich though. Just saying.

Ron: Oh hi Sunny Leone! How have you been?

Hazel: What? I'm not Sunny. I'm Hazel.

Ron: Oh so you aren't the one who was in Game of Thrones?

Harry Potter Ron Weasley Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at Kings Cross station

Hazel: No, even she wasn't there in GoT. Neil Nitin Mukesh was.

Ron: Wow! Three Indians in GoT! So cool.

Hazel: Ahh! Well, there were three Asians in Harry Potter too, kind of. Parvati, Padma and me.

Ron: Wait, you weren't there.

Hazel: Of course, I was. It's my claim to fame.

Harry Potter Ron Weasley Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at Kings Cross station

Hermoine: Hi Soundarya! How's Ranchi? Congratulations on the Wonder Woman 1984 role! Even I auditioned for the film.

Hazel: For one last time, I'm Hazel Keech. You mudblood!

Hermoine: Crucio!

Several hours later

Hazel: Where am I, Dumbledore? Wait, where's King's Cross?

Dumbledore: In your head.

Hazel: "Of course, this is happening inside my head. But why on earth should that mean it is not real?"

Dumbledore: "It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live."

Hazel: "Wait, was the biggest role of my life a lie?"

Harry Potter Ron Weasley Hermonie Granger reunite with Hazel Keech at Kings Cross station

Those who don't believe in magic will never find it.

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