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Dil Dosti Dilemma - Watch Anushka Sen’s coming-of-age drama series on OTT very soon

Anusha Sen, Kush Jotwani, Tanvi Azmi and Shishir Sharma star in Dil Dosti Dilemma, that will be released very soon on Amazon Prime Video

Dil Dosti Dilemma - Watch Anushka Sen’s coming-of-age drama series on OTT very soon
Dil Dosti Dilemma

Last Updated: 01.57 PM, Apr 16, 2024


The makers of Dil Dosti Drama, which stars Anushka Sen in the lead role, released the trailer for the series recently. It offers a glimpse inside the tumultuous journey of Asmara (played by Anushka) as she gets accustomed to the traditions in her grandparents' house, where she is sent to live. Helmed by Debbie Rao, the comedy-drama series is about Asmara’s journey towards self-discovery as she reconnects with her roots. The series will be available to stream on Amazon Prime Video starting April 25.

Also read: Dil Dosti Dilemma trailer - Anushka Sen's series is a journey of self-discovery and rebellion

Dil Dosti Dilemma plot

Dil Dosti Dilemma follows the life of a teenage girl named Asmara, played by Anushka Sen. She wants to go to Canada to study further, but her life turns upside down after she is forced to move to her maternal grandmother's house. Asmara lies to her friends that she has moved to Canada, all while navigating the rigid rules in her grandmother's house. This is the premise of the coming-of-age drama Amazon Prime Video series.

Dil Dosti Drama trailer

The trailer for Dil Dosti Dilemma starts by showcasing the privileged world of Asmara, which foes for a toss after she is made to move into her grandmother's house. Asmara’s initial reaction to this restriction is to rebel against societal norms and upset those close to her. As she navigates her life in this new environment, Asmara ventures on a path of self-discovery where she reconnects with her heritage and lost bonds.

Dil Dosti Dilemma: Cast and crew

Anushka Sen plays the lead role of Asmara, while Tanvi Azmi plays Asmara’s grandmother. Shishir Sharma plays Asmara’s grandfather and Kush Jotwani plays her love interest. Backed by Debbie Rao, the adapted screenplay is written by Anuradha Tiwari, Bugs Bhargava Krishna, Raghav Dutt and Manjiri Pupala. The series is adapted from Andaleeb Wajid’s 2016 book, Asmara’s Summer.

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