Step into the Jains’s kitchen for a delightful family fracas
by Sarah Deshaies
Asha Jain has a problem. Her youngest son, Ravi, refuses to get hitched. This dilemma, which is one shared by scores of parents, is magnified by her family’s traditional Indian background, which calls for quick and early nuptials for offspring.
The result is A Brimful of Asha, the true-life story of how Ravi Jain came to dash his mother’s hopes and dreams. In 2007, his parents, sensing their son was not ready to commit to anyone, planned to railroad Ravi into an arranged romance while he was vacationing in India.
Read also an interview with Ravi Jain