Indian Matchmaking Season 2: Sima Taparia, the popular matchmaker in Mumbai, is back for the second season of Indian Matchmaking on Netflix.
The first season of the reality series ‘Indian Matchmaking’ debuted on Netflix in 2020. It created quite a buzz among the viewers. Now, after two years, Sima Taparia aka our Sima aunty is back to assist her clients in their quest for the perfect partner. Netflix has dropped the trailer for the second season of ‘Indian Matchmaking’ and the desi aunties are super excited.
Indian Matchmaking Season 2 Trailer
Netflix launched the trailer of the second season on July 28 which start with Sima announcing, “I am back.” We get to see some old faces like Aparna Shewakramani, and Padhyman Maloo with many new ones in the trailer of the second season as Sima helped her clients find their perfect match.
Sima aunty is once again seen repeating her favorite principle, ‘adjust and compromise’. Well, this code created quite a controversy during the first season. However, we hope that this time the stars are aligned and the people find their perfect match.
Indian Matchmaking Season 2 Release Date on Netflix
The second season of ‘Indian Matchmaking’ will premiere on Aug 10, 2022, on Netflix. Like the first season, the second season also has 8 episodes of around an hour each.
The trailer has already prompted reactions from netizens. The first few photos from the new season were shared by Sima on her official Instagram page. In the first photo, Sima folds her hands, and in the next few photos, we see the return of a few familiar faces, including Aparna, who created quite an impact with her bold and independent personality! The post was captioned, “Sima from Mumbai is back!
View this post on Instagram
What Indian Matchmaking is really about?
Indian Matchmaking is a reality show that revolves around Sima Taparia, a Mumbai-based matchmaker, who travels extensively around the world to help people find their true soulmates. She uses age-old methods such as consulting ‘Kundalis’ and is a firm believer that one has to compromise in marriages! The show became a hit during the coronavirus pandemic, despite attracting much controversy for endorsing traditions that are known to be regressive.
Even before the premiere of the second season, Netflix renewed the series for a third season in March 2022.