South asians and dating
Rajesh was hypnotized by Lisa’s beautiful eyes and breathtaking smile.
Lisa took to Rajesh’s charm and good sense of humor.
We began a journey which led us to our engagement yesterday. Ravi and I connected instantly and talked for 5 hours. One month later, we met on an ordinary Saturday in Indiana.
We never imagined we would come this far with each other from meeting through a simple app. I might’ve fallen for him right then but I was cautious. The minute I walked up and saw him, I knew there was something special about this one. I’m so thankful that my heart knew who to love from the very first moment I met him. Our first picture together was this selfie on the hike up to Runyon Canyon to see the Hollywood sign.
Dil Mil is doing more than just bringing tech to cultural expectations, they’re bringing predictive analytics and artificial intelligence to romance, reports Forbes.
It works towards developing personalized matches for its users.
Dhaliwal describes it as an “efficient and advanced South Asian matchmaking platform.” “Too many of our attractive and successful siblings, cousins, and friends were having a hard time finding suitable matches,” Dhaliwal wrote on the app’s website.
Liking and disliking profiles are completely anonymous, until one is actually matched with someone, and users are also able to hide their profile while continuing to message their matches, Dhaliwal told Forbes.After years of trying to find love, countless dates, and failed attempts to find the perfect person in life, along came the Dil Mil app.We both decided it was worth a shot and hit the bullseye right on the target.The duo, adds Forbes, have raised nearly million in pre-Series A funding and have been backed by celebrity investors such as 500 Startups, Will Bunker of Match.com, and Scott Banister of Pay Pal.The pair is now looking to replicate the success of Dil Mil by launching another dating app, but this time, it is for the Jewish community.