Primeplay released new episodes of web series Pehredaar Season 3 on primeplay app. Jaishree Gaikwad will be the lead role in Pehredaar Season 3 Primeplay web series. The genre of this web series is fantasy, drama, and romance. Currently, the Primeplay app releases web series every week. Everyone in the world loves the Primeplay web series.
Pehredaar Season 3 Web Series Story
After two successful seasons of primeplay’s popular web series pehredaar, the third season is also on the verge of release. Pehredaar is the story of a village where a strange custom is followed. Whenever a girl gets married, she marries her father-in-law as well, which means that she will take care of the physical needs of her father-in-law as well. This season, it has been told that a boy who runs away from his house marries a girl.
After getting married, that boy comes back to his village. The boy’s father does not allow him to enter the house, but his eyes read on his daughter-in-law, after which he keeps her in the house. Watch the pehredaar primeplay web series to know what will happen next.
Pehredaar Season 3 Cast
We don’t have complete information about the cast and crew of the Pehredaar Season 3 web series. We will update you soon on this post. Stay tuned.
Pehredaar Season 3 Web Series Wiki
|Name||Pehredaar Season 3|
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Fantasy|
|OTT Platform||Primeplay App|
|Release date||06 January 2023|
|Budget||10-20 Lakh rupees|
|Number of episodes||2|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
|Director||Will Update soon|
Pehredaar Season 3 Release Date
Pehredaar Season 3 Episodes 1 and 2 will be released on 06 January 2023 only on the Primeplay app. This web series has two episodes. Every episode length is 15-30 Minutes. Pehredaar Season 3 was released in the Hindi language.
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