Global Youth Voice had organised Thrill of the Skill event. People got the opportunity to showcase their talent in a 2 minute video. Participants had the freedom to explore their skill with no restrictions on the genre. The registration process started from 2nd October to 17th of October 2020. GYV divided the competition among 3 different age groups to ensure equality. They categorised participants as seeds, buds and blossoms. 5-11 year olds registered in the seeds category, 12-17 in the buds group while 18+ under the blossoms group. GYV guarantees e-certificates to all the participants. Further, exciting cash prizes were announced for all the winners. Winners will also be featured on all of Global Youth Voice’s social media platforms for more exposure.
GYV received an overwhelming response with around 250 entries. The talent kids and adults showed made it difficult for the judges to reach a conclusion. Hence, judges decided on not settling for just one winner. The winners will be awarded with cash prizes, while runner ups are receiving exciting gift hampers. Winners of the event have to give their bank account details to avail the award. Runner ups and special prize winners, in order to get their gift hampers are requested to suit their address to the organizers as soon as possible.
In the seeds category, kids have rocked with their performances. At the mere age of 7, Avyan Modi doesn’t fail to astonish you with his General knowledge. The seeming prodigy remembers countries and capitals by hearts. We bet he might be scoring a 100 per cent in all geography quiz and exams. Little Kririka Sarkhel’s brilliant moves on Bollywood mashup blew the viewers’ minds. The girl’s dance and grace is sufficient to get one’s feet tapping. But what caught the judges’ attention of all the videos was Jasleen Kaur’s video. The munchkin paid a tribute to late minister Sushma Swaraj. The lady who helped countless immigrants and NRIs reach back their homes safe and sound. Jasleen’s video is both moving and inspiring. The munchkin is certainly going to go places as her video promises.
Niti Sablok touches Indian traditional roots in her video as she performs Punjabi fold dance Gidha. Vishal Kumar’s mesmerizing flute skills will leave u spellbound. In the 21st century where the youth is obsessed with guitar and western music, Vishal sets a precedent to not forget one’s own culture and tradition. Ranchi’s Shreya Surbhi stole the show with her Classical Indian dance performance on Kalank’s title track. The 2 minutes 26 second video is a must watch for all dance and music lovers.
Standard Eight’s Anishka uploaded her video displaying amazing yoga skills. Her flexibility and poses will put all lazy bones to shame. Aditi Shukla sang her heart out to the track of late Sushant Singh Rajput’s movie, MS Dhoni. Her performance of Kon tujhe yun pyaar karega is certainly going to flutter butterflies in all romantics.