Are you looking for New Episodes of Besharams App upcoming web series Maalik? then you are in the right place. Besharams app is one of the best emerging ott apps in India. This app produces content for adult audiences. Besharam releases one web series every week. This time besharam is back with a new sensational web series Maalik which is releasing this Saturday. Maalik web series is only for 18+ audiences, so kids and children are away from this web series.
Maalik Web Series Story
Maalik is the story of a man who has a very big industry. One day this man goes to meet one of the employees who is living in the village. The village guy forces his boss to stay in the village for some days, but he refuses this offer.
Then the village employee’s daughter comes home, whose name is Trisha. The employee introduces his boss to Trisha. Trisha is the school teacher who works at Sarkari School in the village. After watching Trisha, the boss gets lusty about her and decides to stay for a week in the village.
Boss tries to seduce Trisha, but she is not convinced. The boss gives the offer of a job for Trisha. She will get 50 thousand rupees per month for this job. She accepted the offer and got into a physical relationship with the boss. Trisha’s mom scolded her and told her that we wanted to get a job for her brother, but she got the job. What happens next? Watch the Maalik web series to get the full story.
Maalik web series stars hot and curvy actress Malvika Tomar in the Lead role. Kamal Krishna Poudial and Ritu Pandey are also the star cast of this web series.
Kamal Krishna Poudial
The Maalik Web series was first released on 29 July 2023 on the Besharams app. This web series has four episodes, and each episode is approx. 20-25 minutes long.
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