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Character changes in Goblet of Fire

by David Haber

In the Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire movie, there is a scene in the Gryffindor common room, where Harry is lamenting that they still don't have dates, the Patil sisters walk by, and in unison they say, "Hi, Harry!" But wait! What is Padma Patil doing in the Gryffindor common room?!

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also in GoF they are both sitting next to Ginny during the feast - at the Gryffindor table. Besides, I don't think they are that close in the books, as Parvati is always with Lavender, whereas Padma isn't mentioned to hang out with them too often.

Posted by Eva from Denmark on June 26, 2009 02:28 AM

Well, maybe Padma let Parvati in? Or would it be the other way around... If my sibling was in another house I'd let them in all the time:D

Posted by Matt from Kansas on June 26, 2009 7:27 PM

Ok, First Off......

'If my sibling was in another house I'd let them in all the time:D'

Posted by Matt from Kansas on June 26, 2009 7:27 PM

Omg, would you? If I went to Hogwarts, I would stay in the dungeons all day, to get away from them, even if I had to put up with both Filch AND Snape *shudder*

Ok, It doesnt really matter if they are in the same house in the movies but i the books (AND movie) In Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets, Hermione says: "It Had to be a Gryffindor, no one else knows our password, unless it wasn't a student'

Nice spotting, but not really important, I'm afraid:(

Posted by James Jarvis from Ravenclaw Common Room on July 7, 2009 04:43 AM

Padma's role is similar to Lavender in the movies. I reckon Padma is in Gryffindor as there was no role for Lavender in the movies until part 6. So the director kept Padma as a Gryffindor.
And I like all of them Parvati, Padma and Lavender.

Posted by Renesa from Bangladesh on July 23, 2009 02:50 AM

In the films, Padma is absulately a Gryffindor. Look at the side colour of her jumper and robes. That is Red as like as Parvati, Harry and the other Gryffindors, not Blue as like as Cho or Luna. And in all films, she sat on Gryffindor table and she was in the Gryffindor common room more than once. So, it's not mistake or something or Parvati's fault. I think with a view to showing a close relationship between the twin, the film makers made the change.

Posted by Mahin from Bangladesh on September 12, 2009 7:05 PM

Come on yall, the big thing your also missing is that harry and ron went with parvati and lavender, not parvati and padma. They got rid of lavender in that scene for some reason. They change so much in the movies, but it's necessary. That's why i'm always mad the very first time i watch one of those movies, but then after i've seen it a few times i get over the changes and learn to love them all.

Posted by Anonymous on September 16, 2009 6:25 PM

Hey! Ron went with Padma in the ball, not Lavender. When Harry asked Parvati to go to the ball with him, Parvati agreed. Then he asked Lavender to go with Ron. But Parvati told Harry that Lavender was going with Seamus. Then Parvti told about her sister Padma.

In the film, this thing didn't change. What change in it is, Padma was a Ravenclaw in the book, in the film she is a Gryffindor. And Lavender was missed too.

Posted by Mahin from Bangladesh on September 16, 2009 7:01 PM

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