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Udan Patolas (Web Series)

Udan Patolas (Web Series): Nowadays there have been lots and lots of movies and series which are female-centric. This has generally been well received by the audience who likes to watch that women are also capable of doing everything men can.

Surely the surge in these contents has broken the stereotypes of Indian minds, and we can expect that from here, we’ll be getting more of such content. One such story is the upcoming comedy-drama series titled Udan Patolas.

The series has been directed by Shakti Sagar Chopra. Sukhmani Sadana hai written the screenplay for Udan Patolas.

Talking more about the show, Udan Patolas is a tale of four Punjabi girls – Lovelle, Amrit, Noor, and Puneet. The four of them are best friends for a long time and all of them have landed decent jobs in Mumbai. Now according to them, if they have to live in a high-profile city like Mumbai, they’ll have to do some changes to be in pace with the ever running city.

They adapt their names to be more city-like and try to have fun. Their goal is to make big in the city and find that one right person waiting for them. Soon enough, one out of the four lands her perfect man and now it is upon the other three to start finding theirs.

Talking about the cast, Udan Patolas features brilliant young actors like Apoorva Arora, Aastha Sidana, Sukhmani Sadana, Tanya Kalra in lead roles, the series also stars Poppy Jabbal, Rakesh Bedi, Manik Singh, Vaibhav Talwar, Rajbir Singh, and others.

An official announcement for the show will be made in the coming weeks. It is rumored to arrive on Mx Player

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