‘The Big Sick’ Is About Dating and Romance, but It’s Also About Parents and Children
On ‘The Big Sick,’ dating, arranged marriage, and the hard-to-break scripts we use when communicating about love.
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Sulagna Misra has written for Vanity Fair, The Cut, GQ, The Toast, and Racked, among many others. She tends to write about whatever she's been quietly obsessing about for the past few days (or years). Check her website for more of her obsessions, or follow her on Twitter: @sulagnamisra
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