Prime Video has unveiled the trailer for its upcoming young adult drama Dil Dosti Dilemma. An adaptation of the book Asmara’s Summer, published by Penguin Random House and authored by Andaleeb Wajid, this coming-of-age Original series has been produced by Ten Years Younger Productions with Seema Mohapatra and Jahanara Bhargava serving as Creative Producers.

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Meet the cast of Dil Dosti Dilemma

The seven-part series is a feel-good drama that emphasises the significance of embracing one's roots, nurturing relationships, and discovering oneself. The series stars Anushka Sen, Kush Jotwani, Tanvi Azmi, and Shishir Sharma in lead roles, supported by Shruti Seth, Suhasini Mulay, Vishakha Pandey, Revathi Pillai, and Elisha Mayor playing pivotal roles.

What’s in the trailer of Dil Dosti Dilemma?

The trailer introduces viewers to Asmara (Sen), a witty and charming young girl from a privileged family in Bengaluru, who is excited to spend her summer holidays in Canada. But her plans take an unexpected turn when she ends up at Tibbri Road, the middle-class neighborhood of her maternal grandparents. What she initially views as a punishment soon becomes a journey of new experiences and realizations. Through some mishaps, new friendships, a budding romance and many heartwarming moments, Asmara begins to understand that there is more to life than material things and luxury vacations.

Sen, who brings Asmara to life in Dil Dosti Dilemma says, “Reading the script of this series, was like finding a piece of myself in Asmara's character – she's both familiar and unique in her own way. What really drew me to this story, is that it is a celebration of friendships and the importance of family bonds. I believe Dil Dosti Dilemma is a fresh, relatable story that speaks to people of all ages. I'm grateful to our director Debbie, the producers, and the entire Prime Video team for believing in me and giving me this opportunity to portray such a complex, endearing, and relatable character."

Jotwani says, “I am so thrilled to make my acting debut as Farzaan in Dil Dosti Dilemma, which will always hold a special place in my heart. This show taught me some important life lessons like the significance of self-belief and staying true to oneself, no matter the situation or consequences. It also showed me the power of love and relationships, which have reflected in my performance, adding depth to my character. I'm excited to see how audiences react to my work.”

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How to watch Dil Dosti Dilemma on Prime Video?

Dil Dosti Dilemma will premiere in Hindi, with dubs in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, and Kannada, exclusively on Prime Video across more than 240 countries and territories worldwide on April 25. It’s the latest addition to the Prime membership which costs just ₹1499 a year. Prime Video is just one of the many benefits of a Prime membership where you can get unlimited access to award-winning movies and TV shows. Prime members in India enjoy savings, convenience, and entertainment, all in a single membership.

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