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Natural light suffuses the production, and the colorful B-roll footage in India is refreshingly free of stereotypes. The 35- to 40-minute runtime is well suited to the storylines, with well-constructed cliffhangers underscoring the series' narrative.
An infuriating exercise in delusion, ending up doing exactly what it intended to rally against: exoticising a calculated, cultural practice that in reality is steeped in decades of misogyny, casteism, and gender inequality.
Taking all of this into account, which most people won't, "Indian Matchmaking" is still as undeniably appealing as any series operating on a similar level of unreality, such as The Bachelor or The Bachelorette.