Nakuul Mehta And Anya Singh In ZEE5 Original Web Series Never Kiss Your Best Friend

Based on Sumrit Shahi’s novel of the same name, the web series is the story of two besties, grappling with their complicated feelings for each other.

Nakuul Mehta and Anya Singh in Never Kiss Your Best Friend

Based on Sumrit Shahi’s novel of the same name, Never Kiss Your Best Friend is the story of two best friends, grappling with their complicated feelings for each other. A ZEE5 Original, the 10-episode web series shall feature leading television actor Nakuul Mehta opposite Qaidi Band actress Anya Singh. The story plays across two timelines; their youth when their friendship was the highlight of both their lives and their adulthood when they seem to have met after years of separation. What happened to the thick friendship? What made them drift apart? And will they ever cover the distance and finally confront their feelings for each other?

Check out the first look of the web series here:

It is a very relatable story and people who understand the concept of being in the friend zone may want to watch the story of a friendship evolving into something more. Both characters are also absolutely likable and will attract a certain level of attachment. Never Kiss Your Best Friend is the love story everyone hopes for; turning from best friends to lovers is a thought that may have crossed almost all minds at some point or another and people will watch to find out how this story ends.

The screenplay aims to capture the romantic mood, the beauty of a delicate and precious relationship between two friends and the struggles to understand one’s own feelings. Capture the genre as best as possible. Focus on the idea of two friends reconnecting after a long separation and the existence of a curious history between them.

Stay tuned to find out more about Never Kiss Your Best Friend.

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