‘Wedding Season’ Yet Another Movie On Same Old Pretend Relationships?

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Wedding Season On Netflix arriving on August 4, 2022, trailer released today. CAPE—Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment took to social media to release the trailer of this upcoming movie.

There have been numerous films set in the backdrop of pretend relationships. While everybody enjoys a dose of fake love stories turning into something true and fairytale-like relationships, always ending with a moment of realisation followed by a grand gesture of outpouring of feelings. Too much of anything can make it feel mundane and boring. The upcoming Netflix film Wedding Season, whose trailer was released today seems to be yet another take on same old pretend relationships.

Wedding Season On Netflix: Hit Or Miss, Only Time Will Tell

The official synopsis released by Netflix reads– “Pressured by their immigrant parents to find spouses, two Indian-Americans pretend to date in order to survive a summer of weddings – but find themselves falling for each other as they struggle to balance who they are with who their parents want them to be.” Following the same old narrative of fake love stories, this movie could be a hit or a miss by Netflix, which will only be revealed upon its release.

Wedding Season was reportedly shot in Canada and will feature actors Pallavi Sharda as Asha and Suraj Sharma as Ravi in lead roles alongside Arianna Afsar as Priya, Ruth Goodwin as Tina, Veena Sood as Suneeta, Sean Kleier as Nick, Damian Thompson as James, Julius Cho as Yoshi, Manoj Sood as Dinesh and Sonia Dhillon Tully as Veena. Helmed by Tom Dey and written by Shiwani Srivastava, this movie is produced by Swati Shetty under Samosa Stories with Brian Grazer and Ron Howard for Imagine Entertainment.

The trailer released by CAPE was captioned- “Who doesn’t love a fake love story?” The trailer showcased Asha’s mother forcing her to find a suitable guy for herself. Stuck in fix, Asha meets Ravi, and the duo realise that the two are polar opposites. The movie progresses with the two making a pact to pretend like they are in love, just to get through the wedding season without the pressure of getting married. Whether the two will end up in love or have their stories to tell, we will only know after the film releases on Netflix on August 4, 2022.