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Ravi Patel’s documentary in particular gets to the heart of this by showing him and his sister trying to have these challenging personal conversations with their parents.This cultural family divide was also the tipping point in : While Emily and Kumail’s relationship follows familiar rom-com beats, it becomes something new altogether when they have to face their parents—specifically, in how Kumail deals with his parents trying to arrange his marriage (he tries to ignore it), and how Emily’s parents react to Kumail (they try to ignore the main point of suspense—Emily’s character being put in a medically induced coma—brings these culture- and value-based debates on commitment and romance to bear into a frightening and dramatic scenario.Nor is American pop culture’s fascination with arranged marriage surprising: Arranged marriage seems to typify both the worst and best aspects of commitment; it’s one easy cultural touchstone to bring up to South Asian people in (sometimes misguided) attempts to “connect” or “educate”; it taps into yearning for things that matter to every culture in the world—commitment and love.But beyond that all these creators and the stories they’ve created emphasize the main characters’ relationships with their families.
), writing, “Marco and I are elated to share the news of the birth of our son Zen. We couldn’t feel more blessed with the new addition to our family. We couldn’t feel more blessed with the new addition to our family. Recently—although it’s not like it hasn’t happened before—I was crying over some romantic false start while talking on the phone with my mom.The producers at ABC are like those catty sorority sisters that haze the freshman and circle their fat in permanent marker and tell all of them they need to lose weight. I think it was a huge mistake to bring Crystal to meet his parents.