1 November 2015 | By: Writing Buddha

Review: TVF's Permanent Roommates: A realistic drama indeed!!! ***

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      It is going to be the first time that I am reviewing a series on my blog and I am about to start with an already popular Season 1 of "Permanent Roommates" whose final episode was released some 10 months ago. Yes, I know I am late but as it is said, better late than never. :-) The Viral Fever, a popular Youtube Indian channel, released the web-series with just 5 episodes with an average of 20 minutes each. The series is about Tanya and Mikesh who are in long-distance relationship from 3 years after which the latter comes back to India with a proposal of marriage. He finds Tanya not ready for marriage and starts insisting her to agree and tie knot with him. Rest of the series is about how they take their relationship and the decision of marriage forward.    

          The series is well written with only meaningful sequences which adds up to the effective story. The best part about the series is that you can relate with it as Indian emotions are discussed and displayed through each and every character. Another great thing is how the story writer have created and portrayed characters in this short series that you understand the emotions of each one of them and realize why they are taking a certain decision and feel happy/sad about them. The best episode is "The Bride Groom" when a new character as bride groom discusses things with Mikesh and makes us laugh out of silliness and desperation shown by the boy. 

          The climax is also beautifully shot and leaves you emotional in the end. Yes, the court scene did look little filmy and unrealistic but thoda bahut chalta hai yaar. Nidhi Singh and Sumeet Vyas should be complimented for their great and flawless acting. Nidhi does look tempting and ideal girlfriend in the series while Sumeet does irritate you with his silly character and body language. Haha! I give this series a Thumbs Up and 3 stars out of 5. Do watch it for its uniqueness and realistic portrayal. 




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