Phuljhadi Rabbit Web Series 2021 Cast, Actress, Review, Watch Online

Phuljhadi Rabbit Web Series 2021 Cast, Actress, Review, Watch Online

Phuljhadi Rabbit Web Series

Today, the Rabbit app released a trailer for their new web series Phuljhadi on YouTube. Phuljhadi is a web series from India available on the Rabbit app. This Rabbit web series is classified as Drama and Romance.

All episodes of this online series are available on the Rabbit app. This web series was released on the Rabbit app on April 16, 2021.

Phuljhadi Story

This is the story of a little girl who lives in a village. This woman is married, but her husband works in Dubai. Rahul, a boy, enters this girl’s life one day. Rahul and this girl begin a physical relationship. To find out what happens next, watch the Phuljhadi web series.

Phuljhadi Release Date

Phuljhadi will be available exclusively on the Rabbit app on April 16, 2021. There are three episodes in this web series. Phuljhadi was made available in Hindi.

Phuljhadi Cast (Actor/Actress Name)

  • Diya Singh.
  • Vinay Gupta.
  • Deepak Verma.
  • Lavish Nair.

Phuljhadi Review

According to the trailer, the story of this web series will be enjoyable and entertaining. Every Rabbit 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.

Phuljhadi Web Series Wiki

Name Phuljhadi
Genre Drama, Romance
OTT Platform Rabbit App
Language Hindi
Release date 16th April 2021
Season 1
Number of episodes 3
Episode Runtime 25 Minutes
Director Cheetan Sharma
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