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Sima Taparia Makes Comeback With Indian Matchmaking Season 2 Promo

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Indian Matchmaking season 2 promo is getting mixed reactions from the viewers. While some are questioning Netflix for repeating a show which promotes the regressive matchmaking style followed in India, others put it under the hate-watch list. The show featuring Sima Taparia, the matchmaker is making a comeback online.

Supporting the news of season two with flashes of more extravagant meetups and matchmaking, Netflix Golden put out a short video. It had snippets of what can be expected and will season 2 differ much from season 1. Although one thing is sure, the upcoming season will have more new individuals looking to settle through a matchmaking service.

Netflix Golden posted the video along with the caption, “IT’S WEDDING SEASON AND SIMA AUNTY IS BACK (ring emoticon) Season 2 of Indian Matchmaking is coming soon! #GoldenFirstLook.”


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Indian Matchmaking Season 2 Promo

In the comment section, the fans have gone berserk. One user wrote, “Why is there a season 2 of this nonsense!” Another said, “Oh this was quite a fun watch (referring to the promo).” Another one wrote, “I’m going to hate watch this fr sure.”

The show is based on the concept of arranging marriages for the rich and affluent NRIs. The promo showed Seema talking about arranged marriage as a concept. In the short video, she is seen bragging about a man who has a “nice sense of humour” only to be told by the girl that she “hates comedy.”

The first season got a nomination for the Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program category at the 73rd Emmy Awards, however, none of the participants of the last season could find the match. During a conversation with YouTuber Dhruv Rathee, Sima had said, “This was a reality show. The director of the show was trying to show what Indian matchmaking is. The concept was not to get those people married on the show. The shooting wrapped in five months. Do you expect them to get married in five months? We can’t expect people to find a suitable match so quickly.”

The upcoming season is expected to be released on Netflix sometime this year.