Maa Ka Naka Web Series: Ullu released its upcoming Maa Ka Naka Ullu web series trailer on YouTube. The genre of this web series is fantasy, drama, and romance. Nowadays, the Ullu app releases 2 web series every week on its OTT platform.
Maa Ka Naka Ullu Web Series Story
This is the story of a content writing office where one poet gives an interview and is selected. In this office, a female boss loves to listen to poetry. The poet sings the poetry to his boss, and she falls in love with him. She is already married, but she has an affair with that poet. What will happen next? Watch Maa ka Naka on ullu app.
Maa Ka Naka Cast
Ullu is the most beautiful and eye-catching actress in each of its web series. In the Maa Ka Naka web series, Ullu has cast the lead role of hot and sizzling actress Jayshree Gaikwad. We do not have the details of the rest of the cast, but will be updated soon in this section.
Maa Ka Naka Web Series Wiki
|Name||Maa Ka Naka|
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Fantasy|
|OTT Platform||Ullu App|
|Release date||03 October 2023|
|Number of episodes||4|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
Maa Ka Naka Release Date
The Maa Ka Naka web series will be released in two parts. The first part of this web series will be released on 03 October. A total of 4 episodes will be in the first part of the Maa Ka Naka web series. Ullu has not yet given the details of the second part of the Maa Ka Naka web series, but that, too, is going to be released soon.
Watch Maa Ka Naka Ullu Web Series Free Online All Episodes
If you want to watch all the episodes of the Maa Ka Naka web series online for free, then you can use the Ullu app. If you have a subscription to the Ullu app, you can watch any web series of the Ullu app for free. The Ullu app provides both monthly and yearly subscriptions.
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