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Lionsgate Play’s Feels Like Home (Season 2) to be premiered on 7 October

Starring Prit Kamani, Vishnu Kaushal, Mihir Ahuja, and Anshuman Malhotra, the new season  is directed by Sahir Raza and written by Sidhanta Mathur.

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Feels Like Home (Season 2), starring Prit Kamani, Vishnu Kaushal, Mihir Ahuja, and Anshuman Malhotra, returns on on Lionsgate Play on 7 October.

The second season will follow the young men as they traverse through adulthood by celebrating the idea of modern masculinity, and put up a fight where needed - to protect their ‘home’. They will uncover their vulnerable sides and draw attention to their emotional journeys while finding themselves along the way and while learning to keep their most important relationships and friendships strong.  

Also starring Himika Bose, Feels Like Home (Season 2) is directed by Sahir Raza and written by Sidhanta Mathur.
Rohit Jain, MD of South Asia Networks - emerging markets Asia at Lionsgate, said, “With Feels Like Home, the aim is to spark coming-of-age and relatable conversations among a diverse set of viewers. The new season of Feels Like Home will witness each character enter adulthood with mature sentiments and relationships. Taking off from the success of Season 1, we are excited to bring fans the second season which will be 2x entertainment and enhanced viewing experience.”
Talking about the new season, Mrinalini Khanna, vice president of Originals, said, “To have a series head into Season 2 is always a reason to celebrate. And that’s also what this season is about; celebrating friendship, responsibilities and the inevitable growing up which is what life is. Our aim with Feels Like Home has always been to showcase THIS generation's challenges – despite the abundance of freedom and opportunities. We hope the fans of the first Season will bring with them an even larger audience to enjoy the madness.”
Director Sahir Raza added, "We are delighted to bring the second season of Feels Like Home to audiences both young and old. The second season is in many ways more mature, it attempts to deal with complex interpersonal relationships, pushing the central characters to grow and evolve. We hope audiences will find the journey relatable and the characters loveable. Lionsgate play, in this journey, has been one of the most supportive and encouraging platforms, allowing for experiments that would have scared others. We genuinely hope audiences of the show enjoy the second season even more than its first one.”

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