Feels Like Ishq (Netflix): Release Date, Cast, Review

Feels like Ishq is an upcoming web series on Netflix featuring short films about love, relationships and commitment. It is slated to be released on 23rd July on Netflix originals. 

Trailer for the same was released by its makers on social media handle. The web series feature Rohit Saraf, Radhika Madan along with other co actors in leading role directed by Tahira kashyap khurana. 

Feels Like Ishq Highlights

Series name

Feels like ishq

Release date

23rd July

Genre

Romantic drama

Cast

Rohit Saraf, Radhika Madan, Neeraj Madhav, Amol Parashar, Kajol Chugh, Mihir Ahuja, Saba Azaad

Directed by

Tahira Kashyap Khurana, Anand Tiwari, Ruchir Arun, Sachin Kundalkar, Jaydeep Sarkar, Danish Aslam

Produced by 

Mutant feels, awesomeness tv

Platforms to be released on

Netflix

Feels Like Ishq Sypnosis 

Feels Like Ishq is an upcoming web series on 23rd July on Netflix which consist of 6 short films showing different versions of LOVE in the most unexpected situation.

Love never comes knocking, it just comes and you find yourself in the rage of emotions controlling your every beat. This is proved true in Feels like ishq. 

Every short film out of 6 has its own storyline, has its own way of telling different forms of love - caring, missing each other, desperation to see each other, connecting with each other apart from gender, apart from misunderstandings and apart from mind games. 

Every emotion you feel when you see them, every look they give when you talk to them, every smile you share with them, Feels Like Ishq when you find yourself surrounded by them. Feels like ishq has shown the innocence of first love, complications of human reactions and mood, gender based love in a sweet yet explained manner. Viewer actually connects to the hurt, to the pain one feel when they love distant themselves from them in the trailer of Feels Like Ishq. However, complications, heartbreak makes love a painful journey in no time, however if you are true to your love and if there is mutual connection. This journey becomes more of embracement and affection.

This article is contribute by Tanya

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