This weekend has been one of the most successful for Indian OTT platforms. We had Toofaan and Malik, among others, last week. We’ve already seen the Tamil film Sarpatta Parambarai and the Kannada film Ikkat stream this week.
And it’s going to be just as stunning this week. The popular comedy Hungama is getting a sequel. Then there’s Feels Like Ishq, an anthology. Our weekly recommendations include the web series Chutzpah and the Hindi film 14 Phere.
The film stars Vikrant Massey, Kriti Kharbanda and Gauahar Khan in the lead roles. It is directed by Devanshu Kumar.
The plot revolves around a couple who have two weddings, one with each of their individual families and the other with a fictitious family. As you can see, there will be plenty of humour and fun in the aftermath of romantic mishaps.
Feels Like Ishq:
On OTT platforms, anthologies are becoming extremely popular. And Feels Like Ishq is another another addition to the list. This is a collection of six stories on various facets of love and the heartaches that come with it, as the title suggests.
As the characters begin to grasp what love means to them, there is love, pain, loss, and joy. The film features a large ensemble cast and is full of youthful vitality. The six stories explore the different textures of love. Feels Like Ishq is aimed at a similar audience as Netflix’s Ray anthology, which was recently released.
Shilpa Shetty, Meezaan, Pranitha Subhash, Rajpal Yadav, Johnny Lever, Ashutosh Rana, and Paresh Rawal star in Hungama 2, the sequel to the 2003 drama-comedy Hungama. Priyadarshan directed it, and it promises to be “twice the joy.” The narrative of the film revolves around a love triangle. Shilpa Shetty has returned to acting after a 13-year hiatus, and Priyadarshan has taken over as director after 5 years.
Chutzpah, a new online series, explores the digital change of human identity in today’s world. The show is written by Amit Babbar and Mrighdeep Singh Lamba and directed by Simarpreet Singh and stars Varun Sharma and Manjot Singh from Fukrey, as well as Gautam Mehra, Tanzya Maniktala, Elnaaz Norouzi, and Kshitij Chauhan.