As Netflix recently dropped its reality-cum-docu-series, Indian Matchmaking , it has become one of the most trending topics across the globe.
People are finally getting an insight into India’s obsession with arranged marriages and the whole process, through a Mumbai based matchmaker Sima Taparia who guides her clients in the U.S as well as India.
Wondering if this reality-drama should be on your weekend watchlist? Here is Twitter’s review to help you decide:
Watching #IndianMatchmaking and thinking about how many Sima aunties I know in my life. Most of them aren’t named sima….and are not aunties 🙂
— Vir Das (@thevirdas) July 18, 2020
#IndianMatchmaking it’s all fun and games till your mom starts watching the show and goes looking for a seema aunty to match you with someone HELP
— an atheist named pooja (@theblahcksheep) July 17, 2020
I am so fucking confused why the girl needs to be accommodating?? Hello I did not get an education and build a career so I can accommodate YOUR son #IndianMatchmaking
— p (@apalakalypse) July 16, 2020
If Nadia on #IndianMatchmaking is an 11/10 and getting ghosted then there is no hope for the rest of us 😭
— jigglypuff’s inner demon (@ItsEliTime) July 17, 2020
Aparna: Is rude, hardly let’s her dates speak, loves traveling but hates where her dates have traveled or have enjoyed traveling, says she doesn’t have to grow as a person.
— Ashani (@loveashani) July 16, 2020
Watched #IndianMatchmaking to confirm what I thought I knew about sexism, casteism, and classism in Indian/Indian American marriage markets. Sadly, confirmations confirmed. Go on now, tell me about how you want someone not too dark. Caste doesn’t matter but must fit our culture.
— Bhumi (@bhumipurohit) July 17, 2020
That’s all folks! BRB, adding this to my watch-list right away.