Now that Jenny is finally in India, the real scene begins. In the recent 90 Day Fiance: The Other Way clip, we can see Sumit taking Jenny dress shopping. Sounds like fun, right? Not really. Let’s take a look at how this shopping spree turned into an unexpected horror for Jenny.
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way; Sumit Pressuring Jenny Into Something She Doesn’t Want
Jenny is an American by heart. She thinks that Sumit is trying to pressure her into picking something she isn’t comfortable with. Speaking of their shopping spree, when Sumit takes Jenny out to shopping, the reaction isn’t as happy as we expect it to be. He asks the shopkeeper to show her some sarees. However, according to Jenny, sarees are beautiful. But she doesn’t want to wear one.
Sumit then makes her try on a dress that’s way too tight for her. Jenny even mentions that she can barely breathe in it. However, Sumit insisted, and Jenny tried on the dress of his choice. But clearly, she was feeling really uncomfortable in that. Moreover, her perception of a saree is what old women wear in India. She doesn’t like to hold that image for herself.
90 Day Fiance: The Other Way; Jenny Doesn’t Like Being Told What To Do
Specifying that she is American, Jenny clears the air and bluntly states that she doesn’t like to be told what to wear. For that matter, she is also not a fan of people telling her what to do. She states that Sumit wants to transform her into a traditional Indian woman. It’s just not her and she has made herself explicitly clear.
There has been a lot of tell-tell signs that say that it might not be the ideal relationship. The cultural gap is beyond the condition to be bridged. Jenny’s style is more casual and Sumit wants her to be more traditional. The age gap also doesn’t make things any easier. In Indian society, it’s difficult for people to accept a couple that’s unconventional. There are many obstacles in Jenny’s way and Sumit seems to pressure her into things she is definitely not comfortable with.
He is hiding his relationship with his family and is moving out of his house. He is the only one Jenny can confide in. If Sumit doesn’t give her the required space, she is likely to feel lost. Considering the liberal atmosphere she is coming from, it’s a lot more challenging to adjust in India. Jenny has risked a lot to start a new life with the love of her life. Do you think the couple will make it work?