Time and again, Netflix prove that they are the top provider of entertainment, rolling out hit after hit. They’ve found more success with the release of Feels Like Ishq, which arrived on the platform on Friday, 23 July 2021. Let’s get to know the cast of actors who make up the Indian anthology series.
What is Netflix’s Feels Like Ishq about?
Feels Like Ishq is an anthology series chronicling what it means to be young and in love. Each episode will showcase six different stories celebrating people from different walks of life falling in and out of love.
The series arrived on Netflix on Friday, 23 July 2021.
While Devrath Sagar serves as the series creative director, each story is written and directed by a different duo. This gives each short film its own breath of air and distinct flavour.
Although at times the formula can feel overly familiar, the romance is enough to warm the cockles of your heart and leave you satisfied.
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Meet the cast of Feels Like Ishq
There are eighteen actors listed on the IMDb page for Feels Like Ishq, who comprised the ensemble cast.
Here are some of the listed actors:
- Radhika Madan
- Rohit Saraf
- Tanya Maniktala
- Neeraj Madhav
- Amol Parashar
- Kajol Chug
- Mihir Ahuja
- Jojo Singh
- Sanjeeta Bhattacharya
- Zayn Khan
Also in the cast are Simran Jehani, Saba Azad, Skand Thakur, Somali Khaniwale, Meenacshi Martins, Kavita Pais, Jaipreet Singh, Bhavesh Babani, and Kymsleen Agnes Khloe.
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Get to know the actors better
Radhika Madan and Amol Parashar take the lead in the first mini-film, Save the Da(y)te, starring as a duo on the hunt for a runaway bride.
Radhika Madan, 26, is known for starring in romantic drama Neri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi. She later progressed to Bollywood films starring in 2018’s Pataakha.
Amol Parashar, 34, is best-known for his portrayal of Chitvan Sharma in TVF Tripling.
In Quaranteen Crush, Mihir Ahuja and Kajol Chugh take the lead in this coming-of-age style story.
Mihir Ahuja is one of the lesser known actors in the cast. In fact, his first acting credit was only in 2019. He has also starred in Bard of Blood and Taj Mahal 1989.
Kajol Chugh’s first project right out of college was Shakeela, a biopic based on the life of the famous adult star of the same name.
The third film is titled Star Host and has Rohit Saraf and Simraj Jahani starring as the romantic leads.
She Loves Me, She Loves Me Not explores a same-sex relationship against an office backdrop. Saba Azad stars as Tarasha and Sanjeeta Bhattacharya as her romantic interest, Muskaan.
The fifth film, Interview, has Zayn Khan and Neeraj Madhav as its leads and the final mini-film, Ishq Mastana, has Skand Thakur and Tanya Maniktala star as two colliding personalities.