Indian Matchmaking’s Sima Taparia appeared in Season 2 of Netflix’s Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives. Maheep Kapoor shared a series of images from the show on Instagram. In one of the photos, Maheep, Seema Sajdeh and Neelam Kothari pose with Sima. Also read: Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Wives 2’s Seema Sajdeh says she feels ‘bad’ for brides at weddings: ‘Matt maari gayi’
In one photo, Maheep, Seema, Neelam and Bhavana posed together. In another, they were clicked with Karan Johar. In the last picture, Seema can be seen holding a camera for a selfie while posing with Neelam, Maheep and Sima Taparia.
One fan commented: “The crossover we never wanted. #simataparia.” Another said, “Oh my god Aunt Sima made it to the visit.”
Sima Taparia also had a guest appearance on the show, helping Seema Sajdeh find a match. When she asked Seema why her 22-year marriage to Sohail Khan fell apart, she said their views did not agree. Sima asked why it took 22 years to figure that out. Seema seemed upset about this and joked that she really likes women. Sima was clearly not happy about her comment. In her on-camera piece, Seema laughed as she spoke about the “appalled” Sima. “I think she was sweating a bit when I asked her that.” When Maheep asked if Sima could find a “bride” for Seema, she said clearly, “I don’t. It’s not open in India yet so I’m not doing that. We’ll see in the future, but not now.”
Directed by Uttam Domale, the show stars actor Sanjay Kapoor’s wife Maheep Kapoor, Chunky Pandey’s wife Bhavana Pandey, actor Samir Soni’s wife Neelam Kothari, and Sohail Khan’s ex-wife Seema Sajdeh , to be seen in leading roles. Apart from them, Bollywood actors Arjun Kapoor, Ananya Panday, Chunkey Panday, Bobby Deol, Jackie Shroff, Gauri Khan, Sanjay Kapoor, rapper Badshah and Karan Johar have guest appearances in the upcoming season.
Produced by Karan Johar, the show follows the daily routines of some famous Bollywood stars and their lives of luxury. The show’s first season ended in November 2020 and faced a lot of backlash on social media.
The first season of Indian Matchmaking premiered on Netflix in 2020 and featured Mumbai-based matchmaker Sima Taparia trying to find matches for men and women who want to get married based on their personal expectations, background and social status. Sima Taparia earned a nomination at the 73rd Emmy Awards for Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program. The famous line from the show “Hello, I’m Sima Taparia from Mumbai” had gone viral on social media since the show’s release. The show’s second season was canceled last month.