kamalika Chanda is India’s famous web series actress and model. Kamalika worked in Bengali films in her early career. Her most famous movie is “Miss Teacher (2016)”. Nowadays Kamalika is more visible in the web series.
She has worked with many famous ott apps like ullu, kooku, rabbit, etc. The list of famous web series of Kamalika Chanda is given below.
Mastram is a famous web series of MX player App. This is the story of the writer Rajaram. Rajaram is popularly known as Mastram. He writes erotic stories.
In this web series, Kamalika Chanda was seen in the first episode. She played the role of a minister’s secretary. She was only seen in the first episode.
Pathshala is one of the famous web series of rabbit apps. This is the story of a biology teacher who runs tuition classes in her house. All the children of the village go to him to study for tuition. To know what happens in this tuition along with studies, definitely watch the pathshala web series.
3. Miss Teacher (Movie)
This is the story of a university where a new teacher named Rose Dey comes to teach. Rose is very beautiful. Rose’s biggest problem is her desires. Her affair starts with Tanvesh, a student in college. To know what will happen next, watch miss teacher.
4. My Darling Web Series
This is the story of a housewife who does not get love from her husband. She gets into an affair with a boy to fulfill her desire. Watch the My Darling web series to know what will happen next.
You can also read about other web series actresses like Aabha Paul, Aliya Naaz, Ayesha Kapoor, Simran Khan, Rekha Mona Sarkar, Mishti Basu, Anveshi Jain, Muskan Agrawal, Mokshita Raghav, Mahi Kaur, Jinnie Jaaz, and rajsi Verma.
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