• 3.5/5
Warm and fuzzy

Boasting an impressive portrayal of a 21st-century man and woman, Good vibes deal with the relationship struggles of a millennial couple living in a metropolitan. Keeping up with societal and personal expectations, all while, trying to survive perils of marriage which strain the thread holding Lakshya Tripathi (Naveen Kasturia) and Jonita Tripathi (Maanvi Gagroo) together, is as much work as it sounds.

Both Jonita and Lakshya come from privileged backgrounds. Jonita's job provides for them financially and for the house, they have leased (which is a hilarious serendipity in itself). Lakshya is on a sabbatical and not looking for work for at least a year into the marriage. While the idea seemed fiscal in the beginning it now subjects Lakshya to introspecting his worth and leaves Jonita wondering about the future as their married life keeps steering away from expectations. Nevertheless, never dying efforts to better the other, reasoned conversations and supportive yet inquisitive family makes sure things always fall in place at the end.

The show does a good job of being realistic and has a rich range of drama and emotions. Writing is well thought and the show features a diverse array of characters, played by convincing actors. The show is a sneak peek into the world of a new-age couple making and finding reasons to live and laugh.