Netflix’s latest documentary series follows the engagement of Mumbai-based matchmaker Sima Tabaria, who travels around the world in an effort to help her clients find arranged marriages.
Tabaria rewarded its customers for calling it “Sima Al Aama”, an expert / partial therapist / family counselor.
She has experience in both arranged marriages as she has been involved in herself for more than 30 years, and has been in front of the camera.
Tabaria appeared in the 2017 documentary “Suitable Girl” about three Indian single women coping with the pressure of finding husbands.
Smriti Mundhra co-produced this document and is the creator of “Indian Matchmaking”.
There is a group of characters
From the woman admirers who deemed too picky to the professional face reader, there are a lot of people they love and may even hate.
Happy customer selective, Aabarna, wins the “Viewers will definitely have feelings about” award and provides romantic comments like “I don’t hate him” about the potential suitor.
It is more than just arranged marriages
There is everything from family secrets to clashes with mothers. Certainly keep an eye on mothers because it could be … a lot.
Not everyone likes the show
There was a violent reaction about dating offer with complaints of color while mentioning his desire for “cute and pretty” women.
“Watching Indian matchmaking on Netflix and injuries that people repeat the requirement for matches to be” fair “… is perplexing,” tweeting novelist Ayelet Waldman, who is also a writer in the Netflix series “Unbelievable.”