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NDTV Good Times to premiere new wedding reality show on Valentine’s Day

MUMBAI: Lifestyle channel NDTV Good Times is launching a new wedding reality show called ‘Yarri Dostii Shaadi’ with Anita Dongre on Valentine’s Day.

‘Yarri Dostii Shaadi’ is a wedding show that promises to be fun and entertaining. From ceremonies such as mehendi, sangeet and bachelor parties, the show will bind two people in love and friendship. Anita Dongre will style the bridal couple and a few of their best friends in every episode.

The 13 episode series will showcase the bridesmaid and the best man, take the viewers through all the masti and madness of their best friend’s wedding in cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Goa, Jaipur, Patiala, Hyderabad amongst others. The twist in the tale is the friend who will be the secret candid eye taking viewers through events and giving a peek into the happenings at the wedding, like no one else can.

The show covers the 3-5 day affair of big fat Indian weddings. From the latest in wedding fashion for the bride and the groom, last minute shopping, ups and downs and the chaos and things finally falling in place, late night songs and dances, secrets from the bachelor party and the fairy tale coming together of two hearts and families, you will get all the masala and magic of an Indian wedding through the best friend’s eye.

NDTV Good Times channel head Arati Singh said, “Weddings can never be complete without friends. They are the ones who add to the enthusiasm and drama of any Indian wedding. Yarri Dostii Shaadi is our attempt to capture behind the scenes action of the big fat Indian weddings through the best friends’ eyes, blended with some of the best wedding couture with Anita Dongre.”

Talking about her experience on the show, India’s top fashion designer Anita Dongre said, “Shooting for Yaari Dosti Shaadi has been a very special experience for me. Being a part of someone’s special day and making it perfect has always been a dream. The experience was a roller coaster of excitement, drama and romance. The memories of shooting for this show are extremely close to my heart and there is so much I’m taking back. Weddings have gone beyond the cultural etiquettes that have been practised for centuries. We have had instances of cricket matches being played at a mehendi ceremony, a bride runaway on a bike and a sangeet in a Parsi wedding. People are picking and choosing from the variety of cultures embodying them as a form of personal expression.”

Anchor Aalekh Kapoor said, “Being at weddings is a very positive feeling. It is a beautiful occasion, everyone’s happy and I like to absorb and feed off that energy, and Yarri Dostii Shaadi on NDTV Good Times is all about that.”

Sharing her excitement, anchor Harleen Sethi also added, “Yarri Dostii Shaadi brings you the best of wedding rituals from different religions and cultures along with mad friends, crazy stories, funny relatives and all the last minute action. Shooting for this show has been the most entertaining and fun-filled part of my career.”