Charmsukh Jane Anjane Mein 4 part 2 is the most awaited ullu web series. lots of people love this charmsukh web series. in this charmsukh jane anjane mein web series jinnie jazz is one of the most loveable characters. The genre of this ullu web series is erotic, romance. You can watch all episodes of this web series on the ullu app. Jane anjane mein 4 part 2 was released on 9 April 2021 on the ullu app.
Chandni’s tempting aura that ignited a youthful spark in sasurji, is now witnessed and recorded by Chandni’s brother-in-law. The virgin brother-in-law wants to open his hook-up account with Chandni. Witness what tactic does he apply to enter Chandni’s world of desires in ‘JANE ANJANE MEIN 4 PART 2’!
|Name||Charmsukh Jane Anjane Mein 4 Part 2|
|Genre||Erotic, romance, drama|
|Main Cast||Jinnie Jaaz, Deepak Dutt Sharma, Lalit Dixit, Dinesh Vidya|
|Release date||9 April 2021|
|Number of episodes||1|
Charmsukh Jane Anjane Mein 4 Part 2 Cast and Crew
In this charmsukh web series lead role is played by jinnie jaaz as a wife, Dinesh vidya as a brother in law, Lalit Dixit as a husband, and Deepak Dutt Sharma as a father in law. here is the full list of the cast and crew.
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