Bumble Partners With Indian Film Project to Host Workshops and Shows

Bumble has announced it is continuing to partner with the Indian Film Project to bring workshops and shows that highlight ‘Lockdown In Love’.

The dating and social app has brought back its popular web series, ‘Not Another Lockdown Dating Show’. Season two of the show is following the journey of its stars as they navigate the new rules of dating amidst the highs and lows of the pandemic-stricken world.

As part of the ‘Save the Date’ campaign, several of India’s biggest influencers are taking over the Bumble’s Instagram to share their tips, tricks and solutions to use the app effectively to meet and date virtually.

Samarpita Samaddar, Bumble India PR Director, said in a statement: “The pandemic has changed the way we communicate with each other, but what hasn’t changed is our need for meaningful connections. We’ve seen this proven in the way our community is continuing to use Bumble to make connections and start relationships, even when they are unable to meet in person.

“We are delighted to work with an inspiring and diverse set of talent to engage with our community in innovative ways and support them as they navigate new rules of dating.”

As well as partnering with the Indian Film Project, Bumble also recently announced a new podcast titled ‘Is Romance Dead?’. The series contains eight episodes that explore the idea of romance through a distinctly Indian lens.

The episodes will delve into viewpoints of prominent voices in music, food & drink, literature, film and even, science.

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Luke Smith

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