Exploring Character Complexities and Storytelling Style of Amazon Prime’s Web Series Made in Heaven: Depiction of Cultural and Social Stigmas through Big Fat Indian WeddingsJournal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2020-06-30
Authors : Shivanshu Pathak; Alishah Syedain;
Page : 3145-3158
Keywords : Over the Top platform; Web series; Amazon Prime; Made in Heaven & Zoya Akhtar;
Over the top platforms are leading the new media market today. People are watching content on smartphones and other devices with the principle concept of going solo.Accessibility of content on a single click and the privacy to watch desired content has given rise to the over the top platforms rapidly in the past five years.Online streaming has popularised a new genre of content-driven web series amongst viewers. The 'on the go" nature of web series gives the flexibility to access web episodes at ease. This main objective of this study is to explore the narrative and story development style of a very popular Amazon Prime's web series Made in Heaven, released in 2019. The very popular series depicts social issues and stigmas in contemporary way. The show highlights conservative mindsets of supposedly liberal societies in a quintessential narrative. The study aims to understand the different character journeys and relationship graphs as the season proceeds. The study will also analyze the viewers perspectives on the content of Made in Heaven.
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