Nur and his second wife, Imtiaz, have a young son. When Deven first visits Nur’s house, Nur drunkenly goes downstairs to wake up this son, whom he claims is a talented singer. Deven follows him down and finds him lying on the ground next to a pool of his own vomit, while Imtiaz yells at him and their son cries.
Nur and Imtiaz’s Son Character Timeline in In Custody
The timeline below shows where the character Nur and Imtiaz’s Son appears in In Custody. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...songs are better than this poem, and he yells at Ali to go wake up his son and have him sing. The tall man angrily kicks a stack of used metal plates... (full context)
...that she’s right, even as she starts throwing books and papers at him. He notices her son crying in the corner of the room and then starts cleaning up the vomit in... (full context)
...him for “hastening [his] early death” and demanding a free education at the college for his son . Deven spends all night grading papers, then lies in bed, motionless, hoping for his... (full context)