Dunali Part 1 Ullu Web Series 2021 Cast & Crew, Wiki, Story, Release Date

Dunali Ullu Web Series wiki

The ullu app has made an Indian web series called Dunali, which is also available to watch on the ullu app. Today at 4 p.m., ullu released the dunali trailer on YouTube. There is a lot of drama and romance in this web series. The ullu app lets you watch all the episodes of this web series. This web series was released on 13 July 2021 on the ullu app.

In this story, Sameer is a boy. Sameer is a person who doesn’t have a job. A prostitute comes to spend the night with him one day. But then, when she sees him, she runs away. Later on, it is revealed that Sameer has two private parts.

Due to Sameer’s unique appearance, a friend asks him to perform the duties of a male escort. No, Sameer doesn’t want to do that job. He starts making a lot of money. The house owner where Sameer lives on rent has a sexual problem.

It can be cured by giving up someone’s private part. A Baba tells the owner to do this. Sameer has two private parts, which means that the house owner plans to cut off one of them. Will the owner of the house be successful in his plan? If you want to know, check out the dunali ullu web show.

Details

NameDunali Part 1
GenreDrama, Romance
Main CastPalak Singh
OTT PlatformUllu App
LanguageHindi
Release date13 July 2021
Season1
Number of episodes3
Episode Runtime25 Minutes
DirectorImtiaz Alam

Dunali Cast:

  • Palak Singh as Prostitute.
  • Shubham Deorukhar as Sameer
  • Prerna Singh as Riya.
  • Hitesh Makhija as Rohan.
  • Nehal Vadolia as Shakshi.
  • Babul Bhavesar as Rakesh.

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