Made in Heaven: Season 1 (2019)


Season 1
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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Tara Khanna and Karan Mehra have landed the biggest wedding in Delhi. Angad Roshan, heir to the Roshan Cycles empire, is marrying Aliya Saxena, a journalist. For the Roshans, something is definitely amiss. Tara and Karan must investigate who Aliya really is, or there might not be a wedding at all. No better way to start the wedding season.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Harsimran Mann, a Dubai princess, is marrying Joginder Sethi, of the Sethi Hotel Group. Made In Heaven has planned for Harsimran's favorite Bollywood superstar Sarfaraz Khan to headline the first night. With a Mann-Sethi business deal on the line, this wedding has a lot more riding on it than meets the eye. And with Sarfaraz in attendance, the bride has nothing but stars in her eyes.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Gayatri Mathur, a sixty-plus widow, is marrying Bijoy Chatterjee, a Bengali architect. It's a distinctively sweet union that has everyone's support except the people that matter most - her children. On the flip side, Karan's college friend Bubbles is getting married to man that Karan knows a bit better than he would have hoped.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Priyanka Mishra is marrying Vishal Shrivastava, an IAS officer and the plan is to fund the wedding themselves. The Mishras are disappointed that they can't splurge on their only daughter's wedding till their in-laws find a way to change that. Can Karan and Tara balance the parents and the kids?

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Sukhmani Sadana wins a contest that will determine who marries Jeet Gill, a wealthy NRI. The promise of an American life as an American wife is a big deal for a Ludhiana girl. Tara and Karan know that this isn't a prestigious destination wedding for Made in Heaven, but one must do what is required in the given circumstances. After all, it is what it is.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Geetanjali Sinha, a Wharton graduate, is marrying Nikhil Swarup, a doctor residing in London. A wedding so straightforward couldn't have come at a better time. That is, of course, until it turns out that Geetanjali is a manglik. Tara and Karan aren't in the best space to negotiate between superstition and logic.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Samar Ranawat, a Rajput prince, is marrying Devyani Singh, a pilot making her the first working woman in the royal household. A lavish celebration of progress and woman empowerment is interrupted when a mehendiwali is sexually assaulted during an event. Tara and Karan need to get the girl justice while making sure the show goes on.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Tarana Ali is getting married and is using the opportunity to make a music video for herself. Her father has gone into debt. On the flip side, the peon at the Made In Heaven office is bailed out by Tara and Karan from taking a loan to fund his daughter's wedding. Rich or poor, nothing seems to be more important to a man's ego than how he gets daughter married.

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Air date: Mar 7, 2019

Political party leader Brajesh Yadav's daughter, Nutan Yadav is marrying Vishal Singh, a man groomed to be the next prime minister. Everyone knows this wedding is merely a front for the political coalition but when Tara and Karan uncover a harsh truth, they must decide between their principles and their business.

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Critic Reviews for Made in Heaven Season 1

All Critics (8) | Top Critics (2)

Perhaps most interesting is that Made In Heaven does not hesitate to portray women as complicated humans whose motivations can shock those who know them.

Mar 11, 2021 | Full Review…

The two pillars of this bold and beautiful show, that examines a culture in flux, are the writing and the performances.

Apr 3, 2019 | Rating: 4/5 | Full Review…

Made In Heaven is a complete procedural show. While other Indian streaming shows have told a larger story, broken up into episodes for the sake of a TV Series, Made In Heaven utilizes the medium in a much more effective manner.

Nov 23, 2020 | Full Review…

Made In Heaven consistently aims beyond the superficiality of the surface it is built upon. It isn't perfect, some cameos...aren't exploited enough, but the series sets the bar in terms of the misunderstood trope of urban existentialism.

Mar 29, 2019 | Rating: 3.5/5 | Full Review…

In lead roles, [Arjun] Mathur, [Sobhita] Dhulipala, [Jim] Sarbh and Kalki Koechlin keep the interest in the story going and the binge-worthy factor afloat.

Mar 25, 2019 | Full Review…

The full extent of Made in Heaven's sensitivity and accomplishment, however, lies in how it approaches the responsibility of having a gay lead.

Mar 14, 2019 | Full Review…

Made In Heaven is a fun watch, though we're really unsure how the format will wear over nine episodes.

Mar 13, 2019 | Full Review…

As it is though, Made in Heaven feels equal parts wedding reality series, big-budgeted music video, and a drama about the lives of wedding planners.

Mar 8, 2019 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Made in Heaven: Season 1

  • Jan 17, 2021
    It broke into favorite series of all time. Each episode is unique and fun with its own story but still carrying the story line of the main characters through. Something fresh that gripped me from the start!
  • Mar 09, 2020
    I'm a big Indian film fan especially the great films from the 30's to the 50's. This did not disappoint and I binged over two days. It's got the great sets, costumes, scenes from old and crowded street culture to the palaces of the wealthy and influential that we all love but it is the dressing for great story telling which so many "Bollywood" films lack. Each episode brings a wedding planner drama with new characters and situations but the lives and stories of the regular characters develop episode to episode pulling you into the binge. The dialogue is fresh and believable. The clash between old and new culture is explored and lots of surprising sometimes shocking but always believable moments keep you turning the figurative page.
  • Feb 09, 2020
    The biggest achievement of Zoya Akhter as a filmmaker is how she doesn't exploit the urban sensibilities with her extravaganza and storytelling. And that's also what makes 'Made in Heaven' the most well-made and profoundly engaging web show of the year. It's an endlessly fascinating and humorously exciting cluster of stories which don't repeat there themes and discuss the overarching concepts of a 'match made in heaven's. What may not work for everyone is the manic depiction of the sensuous drama of the people who organize these weddings: but it's rests to the tonality and reality. It's an exciting career turn for Arjun Mathur has he plays a gay character with masculine touch. Sobhita Dhulipala invests you wholly. Nuances, drama and ambition never fall short in this grim Hindi plus english show that never and never gives in a false note!
  • Oct 08, 2019
    What a lovely series... Superb. The Cast The Directors. Entire MIH Team. Love you so so so much...😘😍🥰
  • Sep 10, 2019
    Nice series. Last episode was awesome, the way Vikrant showed his love towards the other man
  • Jul 15, 2019
    An Amazing show that depicts some of the major concerns very precisely. Brilliant cast, must watch.
  • Jul 10, 2019
    One of the best Indian-produced shows I have watched in the recent time. The shades in characters are just beyond imagination.
  • Apr 20, 2019
    Except for the lips on the adulteress and the nose on the adulterer, this is an intelligent, well thought out production with high production values. Colorful, if you love India.
  • Apr 12, 2019
    The best series from india
  • Apr 07, 2019
    Powerful and hard-hitting with great main storyline, and equally good side stories stringing the episodes. The serial repeatedly goes where few Bollywood serials ever dare. It takes courage to show the leads so abhorrent in parts, but still immensely likable. Well-acted and directed, but mostly for the truly bold storyline.

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