Lifestyle channel GOODTiMES TV is all set to present a new season of ‘The Big Fat Indian Wedding in Thailand’. This mini-series is from the makers of Band Baajaa Bride & Yarri Dostii Shaadi, it showcases planning your perfect destination wedding in Thailand, the most affordable luxury destination.
Starting 15th Sept 2021, the show will see a weekly release exclusively on GOODTiMES TV, every Wednesday at 8.30 PM and repeats on Saturday at 7 PM and Sunday at 7.30 PM. This entire season will feature highlights of the various destinations in Thailand and some of the grandest Indian weddings that took place in Thailand.
Weddings are always intimate, personal and yet an occasion that is shared by everyone together. They are woven with emotions – joy, hope, expectation. Locations in Thailand like Phuket, Hua Hin etc, offer just the perfect backdrop for all of that. “Through this signature show we wish to highlight the ease of Indian weddings and other celebrations with Custom curated arrangements to suit the requirement of the Family and the rituals of the Indian weddings,” said the Director TAT New Delhi, Mr. Vachirachai Sirisumpan.
Pristine beaches, luxury resorts and picturesque views, makes Thailand the perfect destination for a big fat Indian wedding. The series starts on the 15th of September at 8:30 PM only on the GOODTiMES TV channel. @TAT_NewDelhi— GOODTIMES (@mygoodtimes) September 11, 2021
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Arati Singh, Chief Executive Officer, GOODTiMES said, “We are really excited to announce a new season of The Big Fat Indian Wedding in Thailand. After a long wait this is the best time to start planning your destination wedding and what better place than the gorgeous beaches of Thailand. We partnered with the Tourism Authority of Thailand to open up a whole new world of weddings to help you plan your special day. And in this new normal of intimate & personalized weddings post the pandemic, we can’t wait to share this engaging and breath-taking content with our audiences.”