This article discusses the ending of the Netflix film Trippin’ With the Kandasamys, so it will contain major spoilers.
There are many small dramas in Trippin’ With the Kandasamys, but it naturally peaks once Shanti’s 50th birthday party approaches. The tension is through the roof, with the characters seeping their unspoken words. Most of this Netflix film is about a faltering marriage and how even long-term commitments can have their challenges.
Netflix’s Trippin’ With the Kandasamys — the ending explained
On the evening of the 50th celebrations, Jennifer accuses Baby of giving their husbands too much attention. The husbands try and put water on the fire, claiming that they are investing in Baby’s business. Jodie also intervenes, stating they all need to calm down, but Jennifer tells her that their life is not perfect like hers — Jodi walks off upset, already stressed with the pressures of family planning.
And it is back to the issue; Jennifer and Shanti reveal that Baby is going back to China in 2 weeks, and she’s with a married man called Martin. She took the money of Shanti’s husband Preggie, concealing it as an investment and using it for gambling. Both wives feel underappreciated and betrayed that their husbands would use their life savings to invest in a fad created by Baby.
Eventually, the family return home, and Aya offers wise words to the husbands, claiming they have taken them for granted and are essentially stupid.
But time heals, and when a family member has a newborn baby, it brings calm to the storm. Also, on another positive note, Jodi and her husband Prishen receive positive news from their doctor; the blood results came back all clear, which means they can try for a baby.
As Trippin’ With the Kandasamys moves closer to the ending, Elvis tells Jennifer that he does not want to lose her and apologizes profusely. He cries as he feels like he will lose her for the first time, which moves his wife, so she embraces him. Also, Preggie apologizes to Shanti and cheekily tells her that he will always make tea for her (throughout the film, Shanti felt underappreciated every time she made him a cup of tea).
As the film ends, Jodi is extremely excited at a party, and she whispers to her husband Prishen — he proceeds to lift her up in joy — we can only assume that she is pregnant.
The ending of Trippin’ With the Kandasamys teaches our characters and the audience a lesson. To appreciate those who love and appreciate you. Cherish life. Learn to forgive.