When Malaika, a popular Indian reality show, aired its first episode on April 4th, 2021, it seemed like it was going to be a hit. The show promised to provide viewers with an inside look at the life of Malaika, a young, successful businesswoman living in Mumbai. However, the show was quickly met with criticism, with many claiming it was fake and mocking the show’s premise.
In the show, Malaika is seen living with her two roommates, a couple who are also entrepreneurs. The couple is seen giving Malaika advice on her business ventures and providing support during her struggles. However, many viewers were skeptical of the show’s authenticity, noting that the couple seemed too perfect.
The show quickly became a popular topic on social media, with memes and jokes mocking the show’s premise going viral. People commented that the show was too contrived and that it seemed more like a scripted show than a reality show.
Such a fabricated show #MovingInWithMalaika— ரௌத்திரம் பழகு 🇮🇳 (@vanithaj) December 5, 2022
Everything about those who are wealthy in an underserved way is fake 🤥
The show’s producers and Malaika herself have denied the claims of the show being fake and have stated that all the scenes were filmed in real time and that the conversations between Malaika and her roommates were genuine. However, the show’s detractors remain unconvinced and have continued to accuse the show of being fake.
Whether or not Moving In With Malaika is real or fake, one thing is certain – the show has created a lot of buzz and has been a hit on social media. As the show continues to air, the debate over its authenticity will likely continue, but one thing is for sure – Malaika show mocked, memes went viral, people said – all fake.