Indian Matchmaking has been in the Netflix top 10 series since it was released, but that does not mean every viewer who has watched it has liked it. The Netflix show has been criticised by many in the Indian diaspora for not adequately criticising some of the views expressed by its cast, who often make comments that some have said represent colorist and casteist views. Sima Taparia, the show's matchmaker, and Indian Matchmaking creator Smriti Mundhra, however, have defended the show, saying it just depicts the process of arranged marriages as they are. A moment in the final episode of Indian Matchmaking where Richa says they are looking for a partner who is "not too dark, you know, like fair-skinned" has led many to criticise the show's unwillingness to discuss colorism, in which people with lighter skin are seen as more attractive than those with darker skin. This has split Netflix viewers into two camps.
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