It is well documented that Indian women have fallen prey to Indian men “overseas”, leaving them in a very precarious situation financially, emotionally, and in terms of health issues. But what is rarely spoken about, is when it is the man that is the victim.
Men’s Rights Activists claim that divorce and child custody laws are biased against them with approximately 18% of fathers getting full custody. In today’s ear-opening episode, Rajan goes to the USA to speak to Ravi, a guy duped into marriage and then banned from seeing his toddler daughter. The conversation is a heartfelt account of day-to-day battles, loneliness, and judgment but above all a parent’s remarkable love and sheer determination to be reunited with his child and the huge gamble on a life-changing journey.
What are your thoughts on the subject or what have your experiences been?
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Presenter – Rajan Nazran
Producer – Global Indian Series/NazranRoth
Guest – Ravi Patel
Art Design – Vanisha Patel
Social Media – @thenazrans @globalindianseries
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