Charr Charr Hotspot Ullu Web Series 2021 Cast, Crew, Wiki, Storyline, Release Date, Roles, Real Names

Charr Charr Hotspot Ullu Web Series

Charr Charr Hotspot Ullu Web Series wiki

Charr Charr Hotspot is a new ullu app web series. Drama and romance is the genre of this ullu web series. All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app. This web series was released on the ullu app on September 10, 2021.


This is the story of Chanda and Mudit, a newlywed couple. There is a lot of “charr charr” sound in Mudit’s room’s Bed. Chanda informs him that she will not stay in this room with him until the Bed is replaced. Mudit tells his pal about this.

Mudit’s friend suggests that he sell the Bed on the internet. Mudit likes this concept as much. Thus, he posts it online. After a few days, Mudit negotiates a price of Rs 17,000 for the Bed. The buyer informs Mudit that he has sent all the funds, but the transaction fails in the middle. Mudit will have to provide 5000 rupees for this. Mudit sends 5 thousand rupees to the buyer twice. Is Mudit’s money returned?

Complete Details

Name Charr Charr Hotspot
Genre Drama, Romance
OTT Platform Ullu App
Language Hindi
Release date 10 September 2021
Season 1
Number of episodes 2
Episode Runtime 25 Minutes
Director J.B

Charr Charr Hotspot Cast and Crew

  • Abhishek Mishra as Mudit.
  • Aayushi Jaiswal as Chanda.
  • Alok Nath Pathak as Father.
  • Meena Sharma as Mother.
  • Manish Wankar as Mudit’s Friend.
  • Ankit Dubey as Piyush.
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