Rain Basera Part 2 web Series: Ullu released its upcoming Rain Basera Part 2 Ullu web series trailer on youtube. Rain Basera Part 2 web series cast Bharti Jha and Hiral Radadiya in the lead role. 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.
Rain Basera Part 2 Ullu Web Series Story
Deepa and her husband sell stolen goods in the village to make a living. One day Deepa is selling goods when the police come there. Deepa runs away after seeing the police. On the way, she meets a boy named Rohan, with whom she becomes friends. Rohan and Deepa start working together. After some time, they fall in love. Deepa’s husband comes to know about this. To know what will happen next, watch Part 2 of Rain Basera.
Rain Basera Part 2 Cast
- Bharti Jha (Deepa).
- Hiral Radadiya (Urmi).
- Kailash Vyas (Surmesh).
- Litesh Pawar (Rohan).
- Raj Kapoor (Raju).
Rain Basera Part 2 Web Series Wiki
|Name||Rain Basera Part 2 Part 2|
|Genre||Drama, Romance, Fantasy|
|OTT Platform||Ullu Originals App|
|Release date||14 April 2023|
|Number of episodes||3 (Episodes 4,5,6)|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
Rain Basera Part 2 Release Date
Rain Basera Part 2 episodes 4, 5, and 6th will be released on 14 April 2023, only on the ullu app. Every episode length is 15-30 Minutes. Rain Basera Part 2 is released in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.
Watch Rain Basera Part 2 Ullu Web Series Free Online All Episodes
If you want to watch all the episodes of the Rain Basera Part 2 web series 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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