Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2 Ullu Web Series 2021 Cast Real Name, Crew, Storyline, Release Date, Wiki, Roles

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Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2 Ullu Web Series 2021: 

Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2 is the latest ullu web series released on 14 May 2021 on the ullu app. This ullu web series stars well-known ullu actresses Jinnie Jaaz as Badi bahu and Muskan Agarwal as Choti bahu. Jinnie Jaaz rose to prominence after appearing in the ullu online serial charmsukh jane anjane me.

Drama and romance is the genre of this ullu web series. All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app and the MX player app.

Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2 Ullu Web Series Storyline:

Jethani’s idea of making money from the aate ki chakki works wonders, and she gets ample time for self-satisfaction.

Devrani, on the other hand, will not tolerate her lone joyride. In “Charmsukh – Aate Ki Chakki Part 2,” see how the two ladies engage in a cold struggle to seize dominance.

Complete Details:

Name Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2
Genre Drama, Romance, erotic
OTT Platform Ullu App
Language Hindi
Release date 14 May 2021
Season 2
Number of episodes 1
Episode Runtime 20 Minutes
Director SSK

Charmsukh Aate Ki Chakki Part 2 Ullu Web Series Cast:

Actors/Actress Name Role Played
Jinnie Jaaz Badi Bahu
Muskan Agrawal Choti Bahu
Mukesh Kapani Sasur
Raghuvendra Pratap Singh Vimal
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