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The show debuts on STAR Plus TV Channel in India on September 12, 2009, and will be aired on weekdays at 10:30 PM and weekends at 10 PM.
"The Perfect Bride TV format is an entertainment and reality show represented by Global Agency. The Perfect Bride reality show (Originally known as Gelinim Olur musun) has broken ratings records in Turkey, Italy and the Middle East. . The Italian version of The Perfect Bride, “La Sposa Perfetta,” is in the running for International Emmy awards." - www.theperfectbride.tv
The Indian version is hosted by Bollywood stars Megha Gupta and Vishal Malhotra, with Amrita Rao, Shekhar Suman and Mallaika Arora Khan as subject matter experts.
You can watch Indian Hindi TV Serails online - Click Here to find out more.
It is very doubtful if such a format will gain any traction in more liberal parts of the world like the United States, western Europe, where it would be strange for prospective mother-in-laws to pick brides for their sons! What do you think ?
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