Netflix releases Feels Like Ishq, another anthology series of six short films. Ruchir Arun, Anand Tiwari, Tahira Kashyap Khurana, Danish Aslam, Jaydeep Sarkar, Sachin Kundalkar, and Devrath Sagar directs the series. The trailer for Feels Like Ishq was released on Wednesday.
Additionally, Radhika Madan, Kajol Chug, Mihir Ahuja, Amol Parashar, Rohit Saraf, Simran Jehani, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, Zayn Khan, Neeraj Madhav, Tanya Maniktala, Skand Thakur, and Saba Azad are the cast members of this Netflix anthology series.
The series has six short films that show the stories of people in different paths of their lives. The trailer promises to have a connection with the youth of today. Moreover, it could also be a ride of various human emotions, including love and grief.
Feels Like Ishq is about celebrating love with all its challenges. It is more like an Indian romantic series full of drama. From the trailer, one can expect to have a nostalgic trip to falling in love and the challenges that come after that. Besides, it could also fill you with all the warmth that could be there.
Additionally, the directors have also said that the series will talk about love. But, it will also talk about how love happens in today’s modern time.
Feels Like Ishq Directors Speak About Their Episodes
Arun said, “Save The Da(y)te is one such story where two opposite individuals bump into each other at a wedding. They spend ample amounts of time with each other. And then realise that there might be something more.”
Tahira Kashyap Khurrana is also one of the directors of this anthology series. The episode is titled Quaranteen Crush. Moreover, she explains her episode as “a subtle love story”. Talking more about the episode, she said, “It is a simple love story that talks about care, friendship, and innocence.”
The other episodes of the series are titled The Interview, Ishq Mastana, She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not and Star Host.
The presence of famous artists and the new ones promise to be a success with the audience. Feels Like Ishq will officially release on the OTT platform on 23rd July.
Recently Netflix released another anthology series, Ray, an adaptation of four short stories from filmmaker Satyajit Ray.