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“Indian Matchmaking” Makes Traditions Look ‘Burdensome’

Every single person who watches Netflix has been asking each other “Hey have you seen Indian Matchmaking?”

Every single person who watches Netflix has been asking each other “Hey have you seen Indian Matchmaking?”

Of course, everybody has binged on it as it talks about Indian people when it’s exclusively created by the whites. This was the case with ‘Family Karma’ a bold reality series that ended its season 1.

It’s quite interesting when a reality series is created for viewers especially in online platforms. The genre speaks mainly about human living from its beautiful doc series to the series where women are seen throwing wine whereas husbands utter anti-gay insults behind them.

The streaming devices series are quite different from Family Karma pointing on the same group of people. But ‘Indian Matchmaking’ has created a niche in the streamers reality dating show.

The perfectly drafted series shows matchmaker Sima Taparia who is seen bringing matches both in India and as well as for Indians in the US. This is a show that seems decent, well-penned on marriage complexes but fails to show ‘shadism, sexism, and casteism.’

In the case of Family Karma shows certain Indian American Kin living near Miami and feuds are cool when compared with other series in the platform.

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