Netlfix 'Home Stories'

Netflix ‘Home Stories’ is a collection of four unique tales about lockdown.

When the world is forced to come to a halt, some creative minds made their efforts to utilise the time and come out with some exciting content.

One such piece of content – an anthology of short films ‘Home Stories’ is set to premiere on the YouTube page of Netflix scheduled to release on June 12.

‘Home Stories’ is a collection of four short films – ‘Out With It’, ‘Will You Be My Quarantine’, ‘Delivering Smiles’ and ‘Web Ne Bana Di Jodi’ and all the stories revolve around the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown.

The four directors, Sahirr Sethi, Anubhuti Kashyap, Tanvi Gandhi and Ashwin Laxmi Naryan, have come together to make this film possible.

The trailer opens with Arjun Mathur as Angad, trying to step out of the house. Unable to do so because of his fear of getting infected; his friends always nudge him for his anxiety. We also get a glimpse of another story where a delivery boy is making episodic YouTube videos of his journey of being a delivery boy in times of COVID. In another story, we get a hint of a Shaadi (wedding) which takes place virtually and the chaos which follows.

Primarily the ‘Home Stories’ is shot on mobile and laptop with no professional equipment.

Watch the trailer here:

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Trailer Review  - Netlfix 'Home Stories'
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Trailer Review - Netlfix 'Home Stories'
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The trailer of Netflix 'Home Stories' got released this morning which is a collection of four unique short films about the lockdown. Here is its trailer review. It is set to premiere on the YouTube page of Netflix on June 12.
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