It’s wedding season in Britain and weddings in the British South Asian community are often loudest, most vibrant and biggest of all.
But what happens if your wedding is an elaborate lie?
In "My Big Fake Straight Wedding," BBC filmmaker Mobeen Azhar meets South Asian gay men and women who are entering into heterosexual marriages in order to hide their sexuality. It’s an issue that’s prevalent in part of Britain’s Muslim, Sikh and Hindu diaspora.
The extended family structure and cultural practices in those communities mean that homosexuality remains taboo.