Lappad Ullu Web Series 2022 Cast, Actress, Review, Watch Online

Lappad Ullu Web Series 2022 Cast, Actress, Review, Watch Online

Lappad Ullu Web Series

Today, Ullu app released a trailer for its upcoming web series Lappad on YouTube. Lappad is a web series from India available on the ullu app. Drama is the genre of this ullu web series. All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app.

If you want to view all of the episodes of this web series online for free, you may use the MX player app. This web series was released on the ullu app on March 29, 2022.

Lappad Story

This is the story of two siblings, one brother, and one sister. The Brother causes a lot of pain to his sister. Everyone slaps him when he receives such a severe penalty. To find out what happens next, watch the lappad ullu web series.

Lappad Release Date

Lappad will be available exclusively via the ullu app on March 29, 2022. There is only one episode in this web series. Lappad is available in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.

Lappad Cast (Actor/Actress Name)

  • Perry Chabra (Guddu – Sister ).
  • Suhani Kohli (Teacher).
  • Shalini Singhal (Mother).
  • Urmil Sharma (Daadi).

Lappad Review

According to the trailer, the story of this web series will be enjoyable and entertaining. Every Ullu app web series is entertaining and fascinating.

Lappad Web Series Wiki

Name Lappad
Genre Drama
OTT Platform Ullu App
Language Hindi
Release date 29 March 2022
Season 1
Number of episodes 1
Episode Runtime 25 Minutes
Director Tushar Tyagi
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