The chasm within Nisha's family exists in many others, as well, and it's one that not everyone will be able to bridge or leap across. Their first proposed "solution" makes clear that their chief issue with Nisha isn't her non-Muslim partner, but merely the suggestion that their daughter might be having sex before marriage. At first Nisha is bratty, spending her father's money on toys for her friends, and dancing suggestively for her redheaded, pale-faced Norwegian boyfriend as, separately, her mother frets about the impropriety of women dancing at all. She's easily assimilated into Western society, ducking out of cooking lessons so she can hang out with friends, while her parents serve up naan and other homeland food, struggling to preserve as much of their older lives as they can. We see this in some of the characterization: While the father is torn between love for his daughter and fidelity to social norms, the mom becomes a cartoon, prattling on about how "people will finally respect us" once she can purge every promiscuous thought from Nisha's head. Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player.
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