Palang tod Naye Padosi Ullu Web Series 2021 Cast Real Name, Crew, Storyline, Release Date, Wiki, Roles

Palang tod Naye Padosi Ullu Web Series

Palangtod Naye Padosi Ullu Web Series 2021:

Palangtod’s latest season of the ullu palangtod online serial is Naye padosi. Drama and romance is the genre of this ullu web series. Naye padosi stars Rekha Mona Sarkar as Shikha, a well-known ullu actor (Wife).

All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app and the MX player app. This online series will be available on the ullu app on May 28, 2021.

Palangtod Naye Padosi Ullu Web Series 

The plot revolves around a married couple who are estranged from one another. Shikha is dissatisfied with her husband. One day, her maid inadvertently damages Vikas’ laptop. She contacts a neighbor, Rahul, to fix the computer.

He quickly repairs the laptop. Shikha has fallen in love with him since then. Rahul falls in love with her, and the two begin an affair.

The servant records their relationship on film and begins blackmailing them. Shikha asks her, “How much money do you want?” She then wants to spend one night with Shikha and Rahul instead of money. Is Shikha going to agree to this? To learn more, see the new Naye padosi ullu web series.

Full Information:

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Name Palangtod Naye Padosi
Genre Drama, Romance
OTT Platform Ullu App
Language Hindi
Release date 28 May 2021
Season 1
Number of episodes 1
Episode Runtime 25 Minutes
Director Will Update soon

Palangtod Naye Padosi Ullu Web Series Cast:

Actors/Actress Name Role Played
Rekha mona Sarkar Shikha (Wife)
Lakshya Handa Rahul (Padosi)
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