Tera Chhalava (MX Player) Cast and Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story

Tera Chhalava Cast and Crew

Tera Chhalava is an Indian web series from MX Player. The Hindi language web series will release on 7 July 2022.

Tera Chhalava is a Web Series by MX Player. Main Star Cast of Tera Chhalava is Anveshi Jain, Samiksha Bhatnagar.

Here we share the Full List of (MX Player) Tera Chhalava Cast and Crew, Roles, Release Date, Story, Trailer.

Tera Chhalava Cast

Anveshi Jain

Samiksha Bhatnagar

Sandeepa Dhar

Kavita Kaushik

Vedika Bhandari

Aabhaas Mehta

Archana Vadnerkar

Amit Behl

Manish Goplani

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Tera Chhalava Director

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Tera Chhalava Country

  • Indian

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Tera Chhalava Genres

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Tera Chhalava Language

  • Hindi

Tera Chhalava Release Dates

7 July 2022

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Tera Chhalava Story

The plot revolves around the lives of five different sets of people. Things take a turn as two stories of love and betrayal happen.

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