Bridgerton: por qué Kate y Edwina se llaman “Bon” y “Didi” entre ellas | Series de Netflix | FAMA

Bridgerton: por qué Kate y Edwina se llaman

Despite the changes that they (Simone Ashley) and Edwina Sharma (Charithra Chandran) underwent in the “Bridgerton” second season regarding the Julia Quinn novel, “The Viscount who loved me”, their relationship as sisters was not modified, in fact, they included the affectionate nicknames “Bon” and “Didi”.

MORE INFORMATION: What does the end of the second season of “Bridgerton” mean?

In an effort to reinforce diversity in the series produced by shonda rhymes for Netflixthe Sheffields became the Sharmas, who return to London after Lady Mary Sheffield Sharma (Shelley Conn) escapes with a clerk from Bombay, now Mumbai, India.

Also, Kate’s full name changes from Katherine to Kathani in the second season of “Bridgerton”. But back to Kate and Edwina’s cute nicknames, what do they really mean?

MORE INFORMATION: Explanation of the clothing colors worn by the characters in “Bridgerton”

Kate and Edwina talking to Lady Danbury in the second season of “Bridgerton” (Photo: Netflix)

WHY ARE KATE AND EDWINA CALLED “BON” AND “DIDI”?

Although the family love between Kate and Edwina is shown in many details that they have with each other, it is certainly more effectively portrayed by their nicknames. Kate calls Edwina “good”, which means “sister” in Bengali, also known by its bangla endonym. Meanwhile, Edwina calls Kate “I made”, which means “older sister” in Hindi.

As Screen Rant highlights, India has a complex linguistic history. The country currently has 22 official languages, that is, it has the largest number of official languages ​​in the world. “Bengali and Hindi are among its official languages, but Hindi is much more prolific in Mumbai than Bengali, which is mainly spoken in North and Central India.”, indicated the aforementioned medium.

Also, Kate’s real name, Kathani, is technically Tamil and means “statement” in Hindi, which could be a way to reflect the nature of the woman who won Anthony over in the second season of “Bridgerton”.

Although the series Netflix created by Chris Van Dusen bets on the diversity of its characters, as in the case of the Sharmas, it does not always faithfully reflect the culture to which they belong, which provokes some criticism.

MORE INFORMATION: The Secrets Behind Kate And Anthony’s Bed Scenes In “Bridgerton” Season 2

Kate and Edwina dancing together at the end of the second season of "Bridgerton" (Photo: Netflix)
Kate and Edwina dancing together at the end of the second season of “Bridgerton” (Photo: Netflix)