Ferrous part 2 Web Series
Ferrous Part 2 is a web series in India available on the ullu app. Drama and romance is the genre of this ullu web series. All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app.
If you wish to view this web series for free, you may do so by using the MX player app. This web series was released on the ullu app on February 5, 2022.
The plot revolves around a politician who hires a contract killer to hide a dead body. To conceal this mortal body, he murders several individuals, and the entire blame is brought to its nadir. Watch “Ferrous Part 2” only on the ullu app to discover how that contract murderer would rescue his life.
Ferrous Part 2 will be available exclusively on the ullu app on January 4, 2022. There are three episodes in this web series. Part 2 of Ferrous was released in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.
Ferrous part 2 Cast
- Vijay Raaz (The Cleaner).
- Zakir Hussain (Minister Madhyadheesh).
- Late Bikramjeet Kanwarpal (Inspector Jagdish Sinchwal).
- Pankaj Jha (Matin Khan).
- Gopal K Singh (Madan).
- Myra Singh (Sana).
According to the trailer, the story of this web series will be enjoyable and entertaining. Every Ullu app web series is entertaining and fascinating. If you are over 18, you should watch this web series at least once. I hope you enjoy this web series.
Ferrous part 2 Web Series Wiki
|Name||Ferrous part 2|
|OTT Platform||Ullu App|
|Release date||February 2022|
|Number of episodes||3|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
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