The Notion Of ‘Heaven’ In ‘Made In Heaven Season 2, Review

By Srilekha Mitra

11th Aug, 2023

“Made In Heaven” written by Zoya Akhtar, Reema Kagti and Alankrita Shrivastava explicates the preconceived notions of Heaven in Indian society and subverts these notions entirely throughout the series.


“Here’s my review of the series Made In Heaven Season 2, streaming on Amazon Prime Video”

“Made In Heaven” is the name of a wedding planning company run by two titular characters of the series Tara Khanna played by Sobhita Dhulipala and Karan Mehra played by Arjun Mathur

Made In Heaven S2: Review

Indian Class Society Through Weddings

The series perfectly depicts the extravagance and glitz of upper class Indian society through their weddings but vehemently critiques the prejudices lurking within these societies

All the characters in the series are morally conflicted but are trying to redeem themselves from the pangs of their suffering.

Characters Are Trying To Redeem Themselves

MIH S2 Breaks Societal Shackles

All wedding planners are entangled in their own dilemmas. Still, despite this fact, the writers of the series make each of the characters their mouthpiece in certain instances to break free from the societal shackles

“Made In Heaven” presents us with the story of a world the middle-class Indian society is always curious to know about. The news of the world of riches, the world of glam and shine