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Meet The Leading Ladies Of Upcoming Love Anthology “Feels Like Ishq”

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Feels Like Ishq cast: Feels Like Ishq, a new Netflix rom-com anthology, is all set to stream on  OTT from July 23. According to the makers, the anthology aims to depict six distinct but relevant stories revolving around modern love and romance. Numerous talented writers, directors and actors have come together for the anthology.

While Feels Like Ishq features actors like Amol Parashar, Mihir Ahuja, Rohit Saraf, Neeraj Madhav and Skand Thakur, the six short films have been helmed by directors Ruchir Arun, Tahira Kashyap Khurrana, Anand Tiwari, Danish Aslam, Jaydeep Sarkar, Sachin Kundalkar and Devrath Sagar.

Here’s looking at the female cast of the anthology:

Radhika Madan

Radhika Madan essays the role of Avni in director Ruchir Arun’s segment of the anthology, titled Save The Da(y)te. While explaining her character she said, “I think the best way to describe Avni would be a modern-day Geet. You know, a social media era Geet, a Gen-Z Geet, where you have influencers. And she’s really vibrant. She’s really quirky. She knows how to get things done. She has her own ways. I love her. So, I connected with Avni straightaway, and, yeah, I’m excited to play her,” referring to Kareena Kapoor’s character Geet in the 2007 hit Jab We Met.

Madan made her debut in the 2014 television romantic drama Meri Aashiqui Tum Se Hi. She then forayed into Bollywood with the 2018 film Pataakha directed by Vishal Bhardwaj, following which she worked in films like Mard Ko Dard Nahi Hota and Angrezi Medium.

Tanya Maniktala

Dubbed to be the discovery of 2020, Tanya Maniktala plays the rebellious and woke Meher in Ishq Mastana, directed by Jaydeep Sarkar.

Maniktala rose to fame after appearing as Ishita in the famous web series Flames. She also played the lead in Mira Nair’s adaptation of Vikram Seth’s book A Suitable Boy. Apart from Feels Like Ishq, she will also be seen in a web series titled Chutzpah.

Kajol Chugh

Kajol Chugh will be playing the role of Nimmi in Tahira Kashyap’s Quaranteen Crush which promises to be a “subtly love story”.

Chugh’s’s first project as an actor was Shakeela, a biopic based on the life of adult star Shakeela, who was a renowned name in the South Indian film industry for over 20 years, in which Chugh played the role of the younger version of the film’s protagonist. Apart from featuring in short film Sunday, she has also done many advertisements with popular brands like Clean and Clear, Whisper among others. Chugh was also seen in Love, Life and Pakodi which released this year itself.

Simran Jehani

Simran Jehani stars as Tara, who happens to stumble upon an enthusiastic and cheerful Aditya (Rohit Saraf) in Anand Tiwari’s Star Host. The story showcases their friendship and follows a series of unexpected events that brings them closer.

Simran Farhang Jehani is not only an actor, but a film director as well, best known for featuring in films like Kaccha Limboo and Khoobsurat.

Saba Azad

Saba Azad will be seen as Tarasha in Danish Aslam’s She loves me She loves Me Not. The actor is also known for her work as theatre director and musician. She debuted in Bollywood as one of the leads in the indie film Dil Kabaddi (2008). She then went on to star in romantic comedy film Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge (2011). The film was a sleeper hit in India, gaining a cult followership among college students all over the country. She also played the role of Dingo in the Y-Films web series, Ladies Room in the year 2016.

In addition, Azad has also appeared in numerous commercials for Cadbury, Maggi, Pond’s, Google, Tata Sky, Kit Kat, Sunsilk, Nescafe, Vodafone, Airtel as well as print campaigns for Clean & Clear, Amway, Westside and many more. She is also one half of the Bombay-based electro funk duo Madboy/Mink.

Sanjeeta Bhattacharya

Complimenting Saba character in Aslam’s She loves me She loves Me Not  is Muskaan, portrayed by Sanjeeta Bhattacharya. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, Sanjeeta Bhattacharya has been a part of many music festivals such as Hornbill Festival, NH7 Weekender, Panama Jazz Festival and Magnetic Fields Festival.

As part of her personal project, she has released a series of singles and her track, “Everything’s Fine?” put her on Spotify’s global emerging artist program, RADAR in July 2020. Bhattacharya’s first international collaboration was with Malagasy singer Niu Raza called ‘Red’. Feels Like Ishq will mark her debut as an actor.

Kavita Pais

Kavita Pais will be seen in a supporting role in Tahira Kashyap’s Quaranteen Crush. She will essay the role of mother to the character of Maninder, played by Mihir Ahuja.

Kavita Pais is best known for work in films like Pal Pal Dil Ke Paas (2019) and Good Newwz (2019).

Zayn Marie Khan

Actor Zayn Khan will be seen as Shahana in the short film The Interview  by Sachin Kundalkar.

Khan began her career as a theatre artist. She is the daughter of filmmaker Mansoor Khan and niece of actor Aamir Khan, and was last seen in the OTT film Mrs. Serial Killer.

Check out the trailer of Feels Like Ishq here:


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