Lionsgate Play has released the trailer for the second season of its hit original series, Feels Like Home. The second season chronicles the lives of the four boys, depicting their boyhood journey to manhood with more drama, romance and laughter that brings together a whirlwind of emotions and friendship. The series is written by Saher Raza and written by Siddhanta Mathur. The series stars Preet Kamani, Vishnu Kaushal, Mihir Ahuja, Anshuman Malhotra, Himika Bose and Inayat Sood.
The trailer is slated to release on October 7, 2022, and offers viewers a deeper look into the lives of Sameer, Avinash, Akhil and Lakshay, who have been living together for quite some time. From epic partying, and an overdose of romance to breakups and new relationships, the series brings a fresh adult perspective along with a rollercoaster life’s journey.
Prit Kamani, who plays Lakshya in the series, described it as a new experience of adulthood, saying, “Season two is where the OGs are back with a bang! But this time around hangovers aren’t so much from parties as they are from relationships. The neglected boys are slowly turning into men. And they deal with the feelings that come with complex relationships and choices in life.For Lakshay, it’s the moment of truth when he’s in a situation where he needs to choose between his true love and his best friend.This season he’s a “man in love” and the bond between the boys grows stronger and deeper But the warmth, jokes, and madness are not going anywhere!”
Returning to the role of Sameer, Anshuman Malhotra said, “Going back on the sets of Feels Like Home felt like I had never left them and it gave me a sense of relief. But unlike the fun and enjoyment of season one, season two comes with more responsibility in terms of script and performance. My character takes a mature turn. It delves deeper into life as there will be scandalous feelings and turmoil and more friendship and richness in the story, and I’m excited to see how the audience will react to it.”
Vishnu Kaushal, who plays Avinash’s character, said, “Feels Like Home Season 2 was a realization that adulthood is a long journey and there is so much to explore, working with Saher Reda is always like a new day. Honestly I couldn’t ask for the best, it’s a team Dreams.From Sagar and Syed guiding us through scene after scene to my hard working kids – Anshuman, Preet and Mihir, It has been a great learning experience for me.I enjoyed every day going to the set and living life like Avinash, I hope you translate all the fun we had into On-camera location!”
Meanwhile, Mihir Ahuja, who plays Akhil Gandhi in the series, said, “Season 2 of Feels Like Home is going to be full of surprises and twists. There is a deeper look into adulthood, and the story further explores the ups and downs young people face that I think everyone will resonate with. With her. My character takes a complicated turn and tries to find ways between friendship and love. I’m happy with the release of the new season, and people will get to see how fun boys mature into men.”
Inaya Sood, who plays Mahima in the series, said, “Relationships develop with more feelings and maturity in season two. My character, who has been at the center of a love triangle throughout season one, learns to handle the guilt that comes with growing up, move on and go after what she wants. It makes peace with the changing dynamics of Season 2. There will be many exciting twists and turns, and Mahima’s character will become more relatable in today’s time.”
Himika Bose, who plays Dhriti in the series, said, “Feels Like Home is one of the most fun scenarios I’ve worked on; when I learned about the series’ return, I was excited to be back in Dhriti’s shoes again. My role is much more intense in season two than in season one, as The season will now see boys pass through puberty, girls getting more involved in boys’ lives and part of the dynamics.”