Actors of Ishq Aaj Kal the ZEE5 series engaged in spending quality time as they explored Manali while walking.

Ishq Aaj Kal the newly streaming web-series on ZEE5 produced by Dheeraj Kumar’s Creative Eye was shot extensively in the beautiful locales of Manali.

Post the shoot pack up, the actors who are part of the cast found the need to explore the place of Manali and used to travel extensively.

However, rather than preferring to go in a car through the traffic-heavy roads, the actors made sure that they used the time out to bond really well as they walked through the streets of Manali.

Yes, you heard it right!!

The cast of the series includes Ankitta Sharma, Angad Hasija, Paras Kalnawat, Roshmi Banik, Kunal Nirola, Shagun Jaiswal and others.

As per a reliable source, “The actors explored the true essence of Manali as they walked their way.”

In fact, a particular scene in the series required the lead Paras Kalnawat to drive his BMW and we hear that the shoot of this sequence got delayed owing to the traffic scenario at the place.

Ishq Aaj Kal produced by Creative Eye is the one-of-its-kind web spin-off of the ongoing TV show, Ishq Subhan Allah, also produced by Creative Eye. The TV show beams on Zee TV. The show is a romantic thriller which goes in a non-linear story telling fashion.

The shoot for Season 1 is over and the unit is presently shooting for Season 2.

Considering all this, the best option certainly was to enjoy and explore while walking!!

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