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Check out this amazing Kashmiri fan-made Game of Thrones music video

November 7th, 2:00pm November 7th, 8:57pm Admin Team

While the universe of Westeros is best-known from HBO’s Game of Thrones and George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire books, some superfans have given the establishment its own excellent music video.

Despite the fact that Martin has been writing the book arrangement since 1991, his creation has discovered colossal achievement all the more as of late with HBO’s epic TV arrangement dependent on his work.

In the course of the last seven seasons, crowds have turned out to be acclimated with the ridiculous fights and blanketed vistas of Game of Thrones, which are overflowing for inventive fans to reproduce in an assortment of structures.

Master Visuals Studio has made The Cure: A Kashmiri Instrumental Tribute to Game of Thrones. Taped totally in the well known ski resort of Gulmarg, it appears the ideal setting to reproduce the cold background of the TV show.

The video is as of now making rounds on the internet, having been seen a large number of times and shared by the authority Jammu and Kashmir Tourism’s Facebook page. The travel industry board purportedly supported the venture in an offer to help guest numbers and feature the abilities of young local people, and the potential for recording in the district. Take a look.

Filling in as a cause story of sorts, the video centers around what we accept should be Jon Snow on another hazardous mission. Making a beeline for a place called Stark’s Waterfall, he should discover a solution for a dying lady before it is past the point of no return.

There is even a stout Kashmiri variant of Samwell Tarly to go with him on his voyage and an uncanny Peter Dinklage clone to play Tyrion Lannister. Coordinated by Ruman Hamdani, the venture took three months to film with truly basic hardware, however there is no denying it looks striking in any case.

With the famous Thrones theme tune, the video likewise incorporates a one of a kind take on A R Rahman’s ‘Escape’ from Slumdog Millionaire. Be that as it may, hearing the music of the TV arrangement reproduced entirely on Kashmir instruments is a perfect tribute to the show.

Sufiyan Malik can be seen playing the rabab in the video and was the man in charge of making the music for The Cure.

While the show still isn’t set to return until some time in 2019, the Kashmir adaptation can help hold fans over until the point when they go to the Seven Kingdoms for the last time.

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