Since the number of ott platforms has increased in India, many web series and movies are released weekly on ott. Web series and films are going to be released on many ott apps this week also. Below is the list of ott web series to be released this week.
This is the story of a group named tamilrockerz who provide pirated movies and shows. The Tamil industry suffers a lot due to this pirated website. This story is based on a real-life incident. You can watch this web series on the sonyliv app. tamilrockerz web series is also available in the Hindi language.
This is the story of a boy named Mohan. Mohan comes to the village after living in the city for many years. He stays at his uncle’s house. Seeing his aunt Bindu, Mohan gets attracted to her and falls in love with her. Bindu does not get satisfaction from her husband in the bedroom. Bindu takes the help of Mohan to fulfill her desires. You can watch this web series on the ullu app.
After Alia Naaz’s famous web series Mrs. Teacher, she will be seen again in this avatar. This is the story of a school where there is a teacher. There she starts remembering her old days after seeing the children. The teacher feels sorry that he did not have fun during his college days. She now takes the support of her student for entertainment and fun. The teacher fulfills her sexual desire with one of her students. A child of the same class records an intimate video of madam and starts blackmailing her. To know what will happen next, watch Mrs teacher 2 web series only on the primeshots app.
This is the story of Baba named Rancho. The rancho builds a physical relationship with its devotees on the basis of its commitment. He fulfills his sexual desire with people. You can watch this web series on the cineprime app.
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