Malai Part 2 web Series: Ullu released its upcoming Malai Part 2 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.
Malai Part 2 Ullu Web Series Story
This is the story of a village house where husband and wife live together. One day husband goes out of town for work, and the same day, his uncle and cousin come to his house. Both start loving that girl and make a physical relationship.
Malai Part 2 Cast
- Ankita Singh (Renu).
- Sahil Tyagi (Mama Ji).
- Shyna Khatri (Shilpa).
- Lucky Saini (Rahul).
Malai Part 2 Web Series Wiki
|Name||Malai Part 2|
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Fantasy|
|OTT Platform||Ullu Originals App|
|Release date||31 March 2023|
|Number of episodes||2|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
Malai Part 2 Release Date
Malai Part 2, episodes 4,5, and 6 will be released on 31 March 2023, only on the ullu app. Every episode length is 15-30 Minutes. Malai Part 2 is released in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.
Watch Malai Part 2 Ullu Web Series Free Online All Episodes
If you want to watch all the Malai Part 2 web series episodes online for free, 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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