On 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way, the connection between Jenny Slatten and Sumit has been difficult from the beginning. Sumit was truly catfishing Jenny at first with another person’s pictures. Despite that essential element, Jenny selected to stick with Sumit and attempt to make issues work. After choosing up her life in Palm Springs, California to start out over in India with Sumit, Jenny learns that Sumit is already married in an organized marriage.
After Sumit’s household involves get him from his residence with Jenny to deliver him house, Jenny goes again to the United States. However, she chooses to forgive him, and strikes once more to be with Sumit in India. He’s now going by means of a divorce together with his spouse, and the method is underway.
Sumit’s household doesn’t approve of his relationship with Jenny
Jenny is 62 and Sumit is 32, making them three many years aside in age. It’s a supply of concern for Sumit’s mother and father, who don’t approve of the connection due to the age distinction. This week, we lastly meet Sumit’s mother and father, Sahna and Anil. Sumit’s father reveals that they met Jenny in 2013. They had been underneath the impression that Sumit and Jenny had been Facebook associates and she or he needed to go to India. She truly lived with them for 4 months.
Sahna says that she “showed her a lot of love.” She had no concept the connection was something aside from friendship. “I never thought they were more than just friends,” Sahna tells producers.
Anil says he observed Sumit “talking” to Jenny at evening. “I realize that are having some relationship. More than friends,” he says. “I was shocked. She is too old.”
Sahna calls Sumit and Jenny’s relationship “inappropriate,” and says, “She should have treated Sumit like her son. I thought Jenny had a good nature. But after seeing this, I don’t like her at all.”
Anil says his “dream” is to play with grandchildren. “He has smashed our dreams,” he tells producers about Sumit.
Sumit prepares to speak together with his mother and father about Jenny
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The day has arrived, and Sumit is making ready to go away to speak to his mother and father. He asks Jenny to want him luck. “Good luck,” Jenny says. “I hope you come back.” Sumit hasn’t spoken to his mother and father since he informed them he was shifting in with Jenny. They’ve now agreed to speak with him, and it’s promising information.
“It’s great that they’re willing to talk, but how do you think it’s going to go?” Jenny asks Sumit.
Sumit says he’s nervous, and Jenny agrees that she is as properly. “I know this is important for us,” Sumit says. “And that’s why I want to do it.”
Sumit hopes his mother and father will see that they love one another, and that they actually wish to be collectively. “But I want them to realize how much we love each other, how much this relation means for both of us,” Sumit tells Jenny. He needs his mother and father to simply accept his relationship with Jenny. “They need to understand that this is not something that we can change or we want to change because we are both in love. A true love,” he continues.
‘I love Jenny, and I’m able to struggle for her’
With excessive hopes going into the dialog, Sumit prepares to go to his mother and father’ place. He walks alongside the highway, headed towards his future. His mother and father are ready for him, and Sumit walks up the steps to their house.
“I’m ready to go to my parents to talk to them,” Sumit tells producers. “But like, as closer and closer, it’s like, I feel more and more nervous. I don’t want to lose my family. I want them to keep loving me as their son. But at the same time, I want to be happy too. I love Jenny, and I’m ready to fight for her.”
The episode cuts quick as Sumit is about to stroll by means of the door to his mother and father on the opposite aspect. It feels like he’s greater than able to have this dialog. There’s no turning again now. How will Sumit’s speak together with his mother and father go? We’ll have to attend and discover out.