We are watching all the web series being released online in today’s time with the family. Most of the web series can be seen sitting with the family. But there are some web series which we cannot watch with our parents. One such web series is “charmsukh chawl house.”
Charmsukh Chawl House
Charmsukh chawl house is a web series of India’s famous ullu app. Most of the web series of the Ullu app are full of bold and intimate scenes. The Charmsukh chawl house is also full of bold scenes. So don’t try to watch it with your parents. It will give you awkward moments.
The story of the charmsukh chawl house is about the chawl in Mumbai where a family lives. There are 5 people living in this family. One day a boy (Rohit) from the village comes to live in this house. Due to the small size of the house, all the families sleep together. At night, Rohit hears the moaning of his sister-in-law Renu and starts dreaming of being intimate with her. Renu and Rohit fall in love with each other. One day both Rohit and Renu get into a physical relationship. To know the full story, definitely watch Ullu’s web series charmsukh chawl house.
Charmsukh chawl house was released in 2021. after the success of its first season, the makers have released its second season in the name of charmsukh chawl house 2. In this web series, the ullu app’s top actress Sneha paul has been cast. Sneha Paul has worked in only 3 web series so far but she is a very famous actress. If your age is 18+ then you can watch this web series.
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