Tinder entered India in 2013, and less than three years on, the dating app is now looking to make India its largest market. Last September, the dating app said it gets 7.5 million daily swipes in India. Globally, Indian users have the highest number of messages exchanged per match. Tinder even witnessed a 400% increase in downloads in India from November 2014 to November 2015.

Even before Tinder decided to collaborate with TVF, Indian YouTubers have been curious about its different aspects.

TVF itself had created a short parody of the movie, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (roughly translated into “you only live once”), with Tinder as the backdrop. The video was called Match Na Milega Dobara (“You only match up once”). Parroting the Bollywood movie’s storyline, the parody was about three desperate Tinder addicts who make a trip to Europe to celebrate a friend’s Tinder match. However, soon they realise that meeting a woman in person was much better.

There are several others, including an instructive video on the kinds of Indian women a man can expect to meet on a Tinder date.

This post has been updated with a response from Tinder.

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