Paglet Season 3: Primeplay released its upcoming Paglet 3 Primeplay web series trailer on youtube. The genre of this web series is fantasy, drama, and romance. Nowadays, the Primeplay app releases 2 web series every week on its OTT platform.
Paglet 3 Primeplay Web Series Story
paglet 3 is the story of a boy named nikku who is mentally retarded. Many women living in Nikku’s family take advantage of Nikku’s illness to fulfill their sexual desires with him. To know what will happen next, watch paglet season 3.
Paglet 3 Cast
- Bharti Jha.
- Vishal Katariya.
Paglet 3 Web Series Wiki
|Name||Paglet Season 3|
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Fantasy|
|OTT Platform||Primeplay App|
|Release date||17 February 2023|
|Budget||20 Lakh Rupees Approx.|
|Number of episodes||Episode 1, Episode 2|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
Paglet 3 Release Date
Paglet 3 episodes 1 and 2 will be released on 17 February 2023, only on the Primeplay app. Every episode length is 15-30 Minutes. Paglet 3 is released in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil languages.
Watch Paglet 3 Primeplay Web Series Free Online All Episodes
If you want to watch all the episodes of the Paglet 3 web series online for free, then you can use the Primeplay app. If you have a subscription to the Primeplay app, you can watch any web series of the Primeplay app for free. The Primeplay app provides both monthly and yearly subscriptions.
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