Everyone dreams of getting married someday and the ideal wedding is always ready in the head or in some cases in huge binders and magazines cut out.
Everyone dreams of getting married someday and the ideal wedding is always ready in the head or in some cases in huge binders and magazines cut out. It is not fair to say that women are the only ones obsessed with weddings because men too obsess over weddings. But it is fair to say that women take that extra mile to make their wedding perfect. That extra mile is where the term “bridezilla” was born.
There are different types of brides and the following series are about some of the commonly seen desi brides in India:
Every wedding has different types of brides, the first episode of this sequel deals with the simple bride, the one who doesn’t understand the value of her “Shaadi ka joda” and wants everything simple.
The Perfectionist bride or in other words the “bridezilla” whose behavior in planning the details of her wedding is obsessive or intolerably demanding. This bride plans the exact timeline for entire the wedding and everything should go according to plan.
Indian weddings are never about just the couple. It is a union of the two families and they are an integral part of the wedding considering the number of rituals that require them. This bride is the anti-rishtedaar the one who has issues with the relatives and their involvement in the wedding.
These days weddings are not just about impressing relatives and friends, it is also about impressing social media followers. The lockdown has started a new trend of streaming the entire ceremony online and as such gave a boost to the social media crazy bride. Everything about the wedding revolves around likes and comments on social media.