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Feels Like Ishq: This Anthology Show Showcases The Varied Shades To Love



Score:


3.0
/5


Star
Forged:

Radhika
Madan,
Amol
Parashar,
Mihir
Ahuja,
Kajol
Chugh,
Rohit
Saraf,
Simraj
Jahani,
Saba
Azad,
Sanjeeta
Bhattacharya,
Zayn
Marie
Khan,
Neeraj
Madhav,
Tanya
Maniktala,
Skand
Thakur


Director:

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

Netflix’s
anthology
collection

Feels
Like
Ishq

chronicles
six
totally different
quick
tales
depicting
numerous
shades
of
love.
From
dedication
phobia
to
teenage
infatuation,
every
story
is
an
amalgamation
of
a number of
feelings
that
evolve
with
the
blossoming
of
the
four-letter
phrase.
The
collection
guarantees
some
feel-good
moments
as
every
meanders
from
one
connotation
of
love
to
one other.


What’s
Yay:

The
performances
in
some
of
the
tales
alongside
with
the
feel-good
and
breezy
vibe
of
the
diverse
shades
of
love


What’s
Nay:

Some
tales
have
the
distinctive
issue
lacking
and
current
a
performed
and
dusted
story

Feels-Like-Ishq


Story


Feels
Like
Ishq

showcases
six
totally different
tales
revolving
round
assembly
below
sudden
circumstances
and
placing
a
bond
with
every
different
organically.
The
first
story
directed
by
Ruchir
Arun
titled

Save
The
Da(y)te

has
a
social
media
influencer
(Radhika
Madan)
staff
up
with
a
marriage ceremony
planner
(Amol
Parashar)
to
search
for
her
greatest
good friend
aka
the
bride
as
she
chooses
to
run
away
from
the
alter
after
getting
chilly
ft.
What
follows
a
rollercoaster
journey
of
a
journey
whereby
the
two
share
some
banter
over
conflicting
perceptions
on
marriage.

Tahira
Kashyap’s

Quaranteen
Crush

has
a
teenager
(Mihir
Ahuja)
develop
a
robust
crush
on
his
free-spirited
neighbour
(Kajol
Chugh).
Nevertheless,
he
chooses
to
weave
a
facade
to
bond
with
her
at
the
anxious
time
of
the
COVID-19
pandemic.


Star
Host

helmed
by
Anand
Tiwari
has
a
teenager
hire
out
his
dad and mom’
residence
to
fulfil
his
dream
to
witness
the
Northern
Lights.
His
residence
is
rented
by
a
girl
(Simraj
Jahani)
who
is
dealing
with
a
heartbeat.
What
follows
is
the
two
bonding
over
self-discovery
and
conquering
their
insecurities
and
fears.


She
Loves
Me,
She
Loves
Me
Not

directed
by
Danish
Aslam
chronicles
the
story
of
two
queer
ladies
(
Saba
Azad
and
Sanjeeta
Bhattacharya)
and
their
endearing
journey
of
falling
in
love
with
every
different.
The
two
have
a lot
extra
battles
to
struggle
different
than
their
repressed
feelings
throughout
the
course of.


Interview

helmed
by
Sachin
Kundalkar
revolves
round
two
people
in search of
a
job
interview
at
an
digital
retailer.
Whereas
the
Malayali
man
(Neeraj
Madhav)
is
underconfident
and
fearsome
due
to
his
lack
of
data
relating to
Hindi,
the
Muslim
girl
(Zayn
Marie
Khan)
is
assured
and
has
a
glimmer
of
enthusiasm
relating to
her
targets
in
life.
The
two
type
an
sudden
bond
after
the
girl
instils
confidence
in
the
man
and
trains
him
for
the
interview.

Jaydeep
Sarkar’s

Ishq
Mastana

has
Kabir
(Skand
Thakur)
signal
up
for
a
informal
rebound
date
with
Mehr
(Tanya
Maniktala).
Nevertheless,
after
they
get
arrested
at
a
protest,
the
two
have
a
heartwarming
banter
on
love,
expression
and
honesty
in
relationships.

EXCLUSIVE! A Suitable Boy's Tanya Maniktala On OTT Cancel Culture: One Side Of The Story Can Do Lot Of DamageEXCLUSIVE!
A
Appropriate
Boy’s
Tanya
Maniktala
On
OTT
Cancel
Tradition:
One
Aspect
Of
The
Story
Can
Do
Lot
Of
Harm


Route

Ruchir
Arun’s

Save
The
Da(y)te

has
been
penned
by
Monisha
Thyagrajan
and
offers
with
the
two
people
portrayed
by
Radhika
Madan
and
Amol
Parashar
talk about
their
contrasting
takes
on
marriage
as
they
hunt
for
the
runaway
bride.
Nevertheless,
the
story
seems
to
be
the
weakest
hyperlink
in
the
anthology
as
it
appears
to
be
dragged
and
too
laborious
in
the
course of.
Be
it
the
feminine
protagonist
throwing
the
man’s
telephone
in
the
water
or
the
two
abruptly
turning
saviour
for
a
failing
marriage ceremony,
the
camaraderie
between
the
two
protagonists
appear
non-convincing
and
far
from
lifelike.

Tahira
Kashyap’s

Quaranteen
Crush

with
the
story
penned
by
Gazal
Dhaliwal
depicts
the
candy
rush
of
teenage
infatuation.
The
plot
is
endearing
and
has
a
sense
of
nostalgia
connected
to
it.
The
equation
between
the
lead
protagonists
in
the
midst
of
a
raging
pandemic
seems
amiable
and
convincing.

Anand
Tiwari’s

Star
Host

with
the
story
penned
by
Saurabh
George
Swamy
reveals
the
lead
protagonists
coming
collectively
in
uncommon
circumstances.
The
plot
goes
a lot
past
love
as
it
offers
with
the
message
of
overcoming
your
personal
fears
and
insecurities
or
having fun with
the
current
second
that
life
has
to
supply.
Nevertheless,
the
complete
plot
has
a
‘performed
and
dusted’ enchantment
and
does
not
carry
one thing
totally
new
to
the
plate.


She
Loves
Me,
She
Loves
Me

Not
helmed
by
Danish
Aslam
and
written
by
Sulagna
Chatterjee
does
a
good
job
of
normalizing
a
queer
love
story.
It
does
not
stereotypically
delve
into
the
many
societal
points
confronted
by
the
LGBTQ
neighborhood
that
typically
complicates
the
characters
and
the
plot
as
a
complete.
As an alternative,
it
offers
with
the
two
feminine
protagonists
be
the
good
companion
to
every
different
and
respect
every
different’s
feelings
at
the
proper
place.
It
additionally
makes use of
a
first-person
narration
and
some
millennial
strategy
to
depict
the
protagonist’s
thought
course of
that
seems
effectively
etched
out.


Interview

by
Sachin
Kundalkar
that
is
written
by
Aarti
Rawal
is
by
far
the
greatest
of
the
lot
with
its
honest
performances
and
affable
plot.
Lovely
bond
blossoms
between
the
protagonists
as
the
two
seem
for
the
similar
job
interview
the place
the
girl
clearly
the
extra
assured
one
helps
the
man
acquire
the
required
confidence
and
esteem.
The
story
does
not
stereotype
the
struggles
and
romantic
relationships
of
the
middle-class
and
seems
true
to
the
essence
of
the
story
and
its
characters.


Ishq
Mastana

directed
by
Jaydeep
Sarkar
and
written
by
each
him
and
Subhra
Chatterji
showcases
a
rebound
date
that
turns
out
to
be
life-changing
for
each
the
protagonists.
The
story
has
the
protagonists
delve
deeper
and
introspect
whereas
deciphering
love
and
a
actually
significant
relationship.
Nevertheless,
the
camaraderie
between
the
lead
pair
lacks
the
allure
and
spark
as
in contrast
to
the
different
tales.

Radhika Madan Opens Up On Moving From TV To Films; Says She Was Condemned By Peers For Taking That LeapRadhika
Madan
Opens
Up
On
Transferring
From
TV
To
Movies;
Says
She
Was
Condemned
By
Friends
For
Taking
That
Leap


Performances


Save
The
Da(y)te

has
Radhika
Madan
play
a
feisty
social
media
influencer
on
a
quest
to
discover
her
greatest
good friend
who
has
fled
from
the
marriage ceremony.
She
tries
her
greatest
to
ship
an
sincere
act
however
her
efficiency
appears
too
over-the-top
and
blaring
in
some
scenes.
Nevertheless,
Amol
Parashar
places
in
the
required
depth
and
vulnerability
to
his
character.


Quaranteen
Crush

has
Mihir
Ahuja
and
Kajol
Chugh
seem
convincing
in
their
performances
and
share
endearing
chemistry
with
every
different.
Mihir
particularly
stands
out
as
the
lovestruck
teenager.
In

Star
Host
,
Rohit
Saraf
is
at
his
traditional
charming
greatest
whereas
Simraj
Jahani
is
persuasive
as
a
girl
dealing
with
heartbreak
and
battling
her
personal
demons
inside.


She
Loves
Me,
She
Loves
Me
Not

has
Sanjeeta
Bhattacharya
steal
the
present
with
her
first-person
narration
and
depicting
the
conflicted
feelings
of
a
queer
girl
who
is
but
to
come
out
however
is
deeply
infatuated
with
a
colleague.
Her
narration
and
thought
course of
is
relatable
and
endearing.
Saba
Azad
is
a
delight
to
behold
as
a
free-spirited
girl
who
has
embraced
her
sexuality
however
is
additionally
weak
owing
to
her
previous
failed
relationships.


Interview

has
Neeraj
Madhav
and
Zayn
Marie
Khan
completely
taking
the
trophy
with
their
top-notch
act.
There
is
by no means
a
uninteresting
second
with
the
two
and
they
will
have
the
smile
on
your
face
intact
until
the
very
finish
with
their
cute
camaraderie
and
display screen
presence.
In

Ishq
Mastana
,
whereas
Tanya
Maniktala
tries
to
carry
alive
the
nuances
of
her
character
of
that
of
a
raging
activist,
Skand
Thakur
nonetheless
has
a
lot
extra
room
to
carry out
however
nonetheless,
the
two
share
an
infectious
and
breezy
equation
in
some
of
the
scenes.


Technical
Facets

The
cinematography
by
Pratham
Mehta
and
Sudip
Sengupta
is
refreshing
to
witness
in
tales
like

Save
The
Da(y)te
,

Star
Host

and

Ishq
Mastana.

The
music
by
Manas-Shikar
comes
convincingly
etched
out
in

Quaranteen
Crush

that
has
the
lead
protagonists
jamming
to
a
fusion
of
some
Punjabi
and
English
upbeat
lyrics.
Whereas

Ishq
Mastana

has
the
title
monitor
impressed
by
the
poet
and
saint
Kabir’s
writing
‘Ishq
Mastana’
that
additionally
stays
true
to
the
essence
of
the
title
of
the
story.


Verdict

Watch
this
one
to
expertise
the
little
stereotypical
however
breezy
shades
of
love
that
will
by no means
develop
out
of
fashion.
The
makers
have
additionally
paid
homage
to
the
collection’
producer
Seher
Aly
Latif
who
had
sadly
handed
away
on
June
7
final
month
owing
to
a
cardiac
arrest.
We
give

Feels
Like
Ishq

3
out
of
5
stars.

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