Lahore Diaries Ullu Web Series
Ullu has released the trailer for its upcoming web series Lahore Diaries Part 2 on YouTube. Lahore Diaries is a web series from India that is available on the ullu app. Drama, romance is the genre of this ullu web series. All episodes of this web series are available on the ullu app.
If you want to watch this web series for free, you can do so by downloading the MX player app. This web series was released on the ullu app on March 8, 2022.
Lahore Diaries Story
This is the storey of Naaz, a Muslim girl who is about to marry. She is overjoyed on her wedding day, but after a few days, she realises that this marriage is not for her. That girl and her husband Aaftab are not in love.
Aaftab divorces Naaz after she leaves her house without a burqa one day. To find out what happens next, watch the ullu web series Lahore Diaries Part 2 only on the ullu app.
Lahore Diaries Part 2 will be available exclusively on the ullu app on March 8, 2022. There are three episodes in this web series. The film Lahore Diaries was released in Hindi, English, Bhojpuri, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu, and Tamil.
Lahore Diaries Cast (Actor/Actress)
- Surinder Goel (Aaftab’s fufa).
- Shammi Malhotra (Naaz’s Mother).
- Farooq Ji (Naaz’s Father).
- Vijay Malla (Judge).
- Raja Sarfaraz (Aaftab).
- Sonali Pandita (Naaz).
- Ray Parihar (Noor).
- Rani Bhan (Aaftab’s Bua).
- Azmat Khwaja (Adv. Talib).
- Mona Manhas (Adv. Zeba).
According to the trailer, the storey of this web series will be enjoyable and entertaining. Every Ullu app web series is exciting and interesting. If you are over the age of 18, you should definitely watch this web series at least once. I hope you enjoy this web series.
Lahore Diaries Web Series Wiki
|OTT Platform||Ullu App|
|Release date||8 March 2022|
|Number of episodes||3|
|Episode Runtime||25 Minutes|
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