• 2.5/5
The uncertainty is apparent

On first glance what looks like an ensemble of fierce, bold and chic cast, soon turns into a labyrinth of too many ideas. Way too many ideas. It tries to blend the essence of feminism, sexism and 'good girls have fun', resulting in an unappetizing smoothy that is hard to digest.

The show follows the journey of four women Damini (Sayani Gupta), chief executive editor at a revelatory news site; Anjana (Kriti Kulhari), a lawyer, a divorcee, and mother; Umang (VJ Bani), a fitness trainer; Siddhi (Maanvi Gagroo), a distressed maiden. Grappling with love, careers and societal norms they gather quite often at a bar to find solace in the other's company. The issues seem a bit cliche at times, but Umang (VJ bani) is a breath of fresh air in most instances and never fails to grab attention with her surreal on-screen presence.

However, the glamorous outfits and fancy backdrops are done right and make the show quite an eye candy. This precarious heap of viewpoints can be well credited for not being ostentatious and overall, the character and story development is not a complete loose end and may even draw viewers in.

Stir away from high expectations, and show just might even seem entertaining.