Companionship, togetherness, love... marriage; 'Life Partner’ connotes a different meaning to everyone. They say there is someone made for everyone. And so it is for Karan, Bhavesh and Jeet. Karan and Sanjana are madly in love with each other. And for them, marriage- seems to be the next step to cement their relationship. But is 'love marriage' the right way to be? Is marriage the extension of the bond between them, on a social platform? Does marriage have to be the end of everything that they cherished in the relationship before they got married? These and some more questions form the basis of the start of their life together. For Bhavesh, his family comes first and matters the most and his ‘Life Partner’, Prachi also comes with his family's approval. But is 'arranged marriage' the right way to be? Is it right to prioritize the family first even after marriage? Does Prachi have to prove herself as a worthy daughter-in-law to be an ideal wife? These and some more questions from their married life. Jeet is a divorce lawyer extraordinaire and doesn’t believe in the institution of marriage. He can't be monogamous and is sometimes responsible for his clients' divorce and ends up lighting their cases too. But is 'no marriage’ the right way to be? Will Jeet ever find someone? Will his views on marriage every change? Life Partner is the story of these friends, who straggle on the marital marathon, but on different tracks. Three friends, three different approaches to life is 'Life Partner’ in a nutshell. Wow do they manage to cope up with their life after marriage, and whether or not they succeed in their respective endeavours forms the crux of the plot of 'Life Partner'.