Malai Part 2 Cast and Crew
The MALAI PART 2 web series is available on the ULLU app and website for viewers to enjoy. The series has a mix of different genres like drama, comedy, and romance to entertain subscribers. It aims to win the hearts of the audience.
Here we share the Full List of (Ullu) Malai Part 2 Cast and Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Trailer.
Malai Part 2 Details
|Release Date||Mar 31, 2023|
|Genre||Drama and romance|
|OTT Platform||Ullu App|
|Banner/Production||Ullu Digital Pvt Ltd.|
Malai Part 2 Cast
Ankita Singh – as – Renu
Shyna Khatri – as – Shilpa
Sahil Tyagi – as – Mama
Lucky Saini – as – Rahul
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Malai Part 2 Release Dates
- Mar 31, 2023
Malai Part 2 Trailer
What is the release date of Malai Part 2?
The release date of Malai Part 2 is 31st March 2023.
What is the star cast of Malai Part 2?
The star cast of Malai Part 2 are: Ankita Singh, Shyna Khatri, Sahil Tyagi, Lucky Saini.
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