Actors Prit Kamani, Vishnu Kaushal, Anshuman Malhotra, and Mihir Ahuja have reunited as soon as once more to revive their bromance within the upcoming season of Feels Like Home on Lionsgate Play. The boys will probably be discovering themselves with new feelings and maturity as they take care of new challenges in relationships and their friendship. Ahead of the release on October 7, the solid joined Hindustan Times to share what’s new about season two on the OTT platform.
In Feels Like Home, Prit Kamani performs the cool man, and social gathering animal, Lakshya. While he comes throughout as a chilled-out Delhite within the first season, Prit defined what’s new to his character, “Lakshya has never fallen in love. In the second season, you will find out how he becomes emotionally vulnerable toward his friends and falls in love. This transition is very new.” “Avi was earlier hiding his problems and insecurities, but he will be confronting those finally,” added Vishnu Kaushal aka Avinash.
Anshuman Malhotra seems because the artsy Sameer who struggles together with his love for poetry, however not anymore. Anshuman dropped a touch, “Sameer’s poetry was never appreciated by his family or others. Although he used to stay with his 3 friends, he liked minding his business. He will actually open up with others in the true sense. All in all, his poetry gets sorted and lands up on stage.” Mihir Ahuja is the youngest of the group, greatest generally known as Gandhi. In the primary season, he shifted to India from Ghana and confronted cultural variations. While one may suppose cricket is his ardour, Mihir added within the subsequent chapter, “He has a passion for cricket but in the new season, he thinks that cricket is not working out for him. You will see him trying new things this time. He tries his hands at dancing, acting and painting; his friends help him throughout the time.”
Feels Like Home 2 assures love, drama and heartbreak as Avinash finds out about Lakshya and his girlfriend Mahima falling in love. In the trailer, Avinash says, “To not talk with best friends’ girlfriend’-is so outdated.” But, has it ever occurred to the boys in actual life? Anshuman enthusiastically answered, “Always!”
Mihir who has confronted related conditions, recalled, “The opposite has happened to me in school. I was in 9th grade when I liked a girl. So, I told a friend ‘mujhe woh bohot pasand hain (I like her a lot).’ My friend wooed her instead.” However, Vishnu has by no means been to the tough zone. “Luckily, I have good friends,” he shared.
Prit revealed his close encounter when his brother fell in love with someone. “Due to some situation, my brother’s friend wasn’t able to talk to his girlfriend. So, my brother tried to talk to her on his behalf and that’s how she became my bhabi (sister-in-law).”