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Ishaq Murabba (Hungama Play) Movie Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Trailer

Ishaq Murabba Movie Cast & Crew

Ishaq Murabba is a Hungama Play Movie. Ishaq Murabba is released on 8 May 2020.

Ishaq Murabba is a Web Series on Hungama Play. Main Star Cast of Pimp is Soumya Singh, Vishal Kumar.

Here we share the Full List of (Hungama Play) Ishaq Murabba Movie Cast & Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Trailer.

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Ishaq Murabba Movie Cast

Saheem Khan

Saheem Khan

Role as: Husband

Lokesh Mittal

Role as: Friend

Sanghmitra Kaushik

Sanghmitra Kaushik

Role as: Wife

Nidhi Singh Thakur

Role as: Escort Girl

Shilpa Verma

Role as: Escort Broke

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Ishaq Murabba Movie Director

  • Yash Razwardhan

Ishaq Murabba Movie Country

  • India
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Ishaq Murabba Movie Distributor

  • Hungama Play

Ishaq Murabba Movie Also Known As

  • Ishaq Murabba
  • Ishaq Murabba Movie

Ishaq Murabba Movie Genres

Ishaq Murabba Movie Language

  • Hindi

Ishaq Murabba Movie Release Dates

  • 8 May 2020

Ishaq Murabba Movie Trailer

Coming Soon

Ishaq Murabba Movie Story

The story of a loving wife who is so possessive of her husband that she doesn’t want him to get into any other relationship, even after her death

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