Blind date comedy has gone mainstream in India with the launch of the new Blind Date Mumbai event, which is a free, open-air event where blind people can meet with the opposite sex.
The event, held in Mumbai’s Gurgaon, has attracted thousands of people, and has become an online sensation with more than 40,000 followers.
The organisers are offering a number of events across the city to cater to the blind and those who can’t physically attend, with the goal of raising awareness about the condition.
With such a diverse population, what makes this event special is the fact that it’s all free, unlike other events where some people are charged a fee to attend.
“The event itself is a fun and exciting experience,” said Jeeva, a blind man.
“I’ve had a lot of great people come to meet me and I think this event is going to be the best thing I’ve ever done.”
The event aims to bring awareness to the condition by sharing the truth of what it’s like to be blind.
In the event, blind people are encouraged to share their experiences of being a date with their date, while the other party is also given the opportunity to share some of the best things they’ve experienced together.
Jeevi, who is originally from Bangladesh, said that the events are “really good for people to meet people they don’t know, and also to have a great time.”
Jeevah is an avid Facebook user and said she has met many of her date’s friends through the event.
“It is great to see that people can come together to meet their friends.
The people are all good people,” she said.
The organizers are also looking to build a more social atmosphere and are encouraging blind people to come up with ideas to meet the date, which will then be reviewed by a panel of experts.
The participants will be given a few minutes to reflect on their day and their experiences.
Jeesha, who works in logistics, said she found it a lot more fun to meet blind people than her friends who were in the industry.
“They are just so nice, they don