Videshi Ishq Hotspot Ullu Web Series Cast, Crew, Wiki, Storyline, Release Date, Roles, Real Names 2021

Videshi Ishq Hotspot Ullu Web Series

Videshi Ishq Hotspot Web Series wiki

Charmsukh is a web serial from 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. This web series was released on the ullu app on October 19, 2021.


Sharad Babu is the proprietor of a sweet business. A consumer approaches them and informs them about a new dating app. Sharad establishes an account on the dating app and begins video contacting a girl named Christie. Christie is a native of the United States.

Sharad and Christie become great friends, and Christie sends Sharad a present from the United States. When that gift arrives in India, it is held up in customs. The customs office requires Rs. 3 lakh to obtain this present. Will Sharad pay for the present, or will he be caught in internet fraud? Watch Videshi Ishq Hotspot find out what’s going on.

Complete Details

Name Videshi Ishq Hotspot
Genre Drama, Romance
OTT Platform Ullu App
Language Hindi
Release date 19th October 2021
Season 1
Number of episodes 2
Episode Runtime 25 Minutes
Director JB

Videshi Ishq Hotspot Cast and Crew

  • Ashwin Kaushal as Sharad Babu.
  • Shikha Batra as Sharad’s Wife.
  • Nishant Kumar as Kranti.
  • Neetu Maurya as Kranti’s Wife.
  • Natalie Khachatryan as Christie.
  • Ruby Ahmad as Jazz.
  • Ishan Tiwari as Golu.
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