Made In Heaven Season 2 Review: The Honeymoon is Over

Rahul Desai

A Moving Moment in Season 2 Of Made In Heaven

One friend comforting the other after the death of an overbearing mother. “You will always love her, but you don’t have to like her,” he says. 

The Series Still Nails The Broader Brief

It gets the ironies and messiness of being human. It has the two most captivating protagonists of the Indian web space in Tara (Sobhita Dhulipala) and Karan ( Arjun Mathur), wedding planners who build the foundation of their agency with pieces of their broken personal lives

Tara is Navigating A Nasty Divorce With Adil (Jim Sarbh)

Adil is now officially dating her former friend Faiza (Kalki Koechlin); Tara’s guilt of marrying Adil for his money is at odds with her rage for his philandering ways.

The Problem With This Series

It isn’t the high horse it sits on so much as the way it rides this horse into an Instagram-filtered sunset. To paraphrase the most tormented rich man in modern television: Made In Heaven 2 is too online. 

Even The Weddings Feel Planted This Time

Unlike The First Season, Where the transactional relationship between the individual arcs and the job was shaped by a sense of novelty. Consequently, the wedding drama gets compressed into a series of wordy vignettes and monologues.