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Jab Harry Met Sejal New Mini Trail Introduces Us To Anushka Sharma's Character

Jab Harry Met Sejal New Mini Trail Introduces Us To Anushka Sharma's Character

While Shah Rukh is the cheesy 'indecent' man, Anushka plays the innocent Gujarati lawyer.

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The makers of Jab Harry Met Sejal are unveiling the film's characters in quite an interesting way. While not much was revealed about Anushka Sharma's character, Sejal, in the first trail, it gave us a glimpse of her Gujarati accent and her innocent vibe. The second trail, however, makes us more familiar with Sejal's traits.

Shah Rukh Khan took to Twitter to share the second trail of the series and wrote, "Ab mujhe darne ki zaroorat nahi! Ye Indemnity Bond hai na! @AnushkaSharma #JHMSMiniTrail2."

Titled Indemnity Bond, the small video reveals that she is a lawyer, who handles legal matters in family business. She hands out an indemnity bond to Harry and makes it clear that if the two indulge in "sexual interaction, amounting or not amounting to full intercourse," Harry is absolved of all legal charges.

The makers first unraveled what happens when Harry meets Sejal with a video wherein Shah Rukh introduced us to his character Harry aka Harinder Singh Nehra. In the same video, the actor announced that he's seeking Sejal and that he'd be visiting the city with the maximum number of girls named Sejal.


Later in the day, they unveiled the first mini trail and acquainted us with Shah Rukh's character Harry's çheesy traits. Titled Kharaab Character, the trail revealed that the actor's character is the kind who has cheap thoughts for and about women. "Character sahi nahi hain mera..," he says right in the beginning and then establishes himself as a man who only thinks dirty when it comes to women.


Directed by Imtiaz Ali, the film marks the third collaboration between Shah Rukh and Anushka after Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Jab Tak Hai Jaan.


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