Divided by geography and man-made constraints united by the love for Game of Thrones! From arts to sketches, events, makeup, food art, sculpture, the tribute fans have shown for RR Martin’s GOT has been an ingenious experience. In fact, so much is the love for the fantasy series that tributes have rather become a boast off of latent talents and skills with people taking to social media leaving viewers dumb-founded.
One such pulpit to showcase the love of the series and along with it their talents is the recent HBO’s Fan Anthem #ForTheThrone, a clip where all the crazy tribute for the show is clustered in a single video. Among the thousands trying to make its way to the fan tribute is an 18-year-old artist from Kashmiri, who has become the only Indian to feature in the video by playing the traditional instrument Rabab, taken from his Game of Thrones tribute video called 'The Cure'. The tune has been played by musicians Sufiyan Malik (rabab), Hujat Kirmani (piano) and Zakir Bakshi.
The Kashmiri tribute shows an amazing cinematography and visual with haunting and moving musical from the Rabab, a background with white snow much like that of Winterfell showing what looks like to be one Jon Snow accompanied by his own Kashmiri Night’s Watch. And to make it even better, the tribute has a cameo of our favourite character, Tyrion and the Night King! Can a tribute get any better than this?