• Thu. Mar 4th, 2021

Escape Into the Realm Of Indian Weddings, Check Out Netflix’s New Docu-series, “The Big Day”


If you’re looking for another show to binge-watch, check out The Big Day on NetflixThis show is the perfect escape into the world of multimillion-dollar Indian weddings. They are grander than anything you have seen before! Get ready for beautiful concepts, movie-level sets, and stunning outfits!

The series is produced by Conde Nast India. The first collection consists of 3 episodes. Each episode follows 2 couples as they plan, prepare and attend their multimillion-dollar weddings. It takes a close look at the modern Indian wedding industry, letting the audience dive into all the details that go into them.

You feel like you are planning and attending these weddings. And I am so here for it! Since the pandemic, most of us haven’t attended any grand weddings and this show transports you into 6 of them!

Vogue calls this show “is a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors, florals, over the top settings, and one-of-a-kind bridal looks, all dream Pinterest board-worthy.” 100% agreed! If you have never been to an Indian wedding, you need to check this show out. If you have been to an Indian wedding, you still need to watch this show! 

These weddings are masterpieces with their concepts and designs. Moreover, they aren’t just weddings. There is so much more at work here. Each couple has a message they want to convey through their weddings. Whether it be to create a sustainable wedding or challenge conventions or create new ceremonies, each couple embraces their values in their weddings.

Enter the world of Indian weddings where you’ll find love, family drama, grand gestures, and an ode to Indian culture. Join these couples as they find their modern twist on the classical Indian wedding and create their version of happily ever after.

And while you’re watching, explore your taste buds a bit and try some Bhapa Doi. Yes, that’s an Indian dessert. 


Mariyah Rajshahiwala

Mariyah Rajshahiwala is a junior at Brooklyn College. She discovered her passion for format editing when she joined her high school’s literary magazine. In her free time, she loves to travel and explore halal restaurants.