Shah Rukh Khan and Anushka Sharma starrer Jab Harry Met Sejals first mini trail is out. In the much talked-about mini trail of the film ‘Harry’ Shah Rukh tells ‘Sejal’ Anushka about his cheap character. The Dear Zindagi star shared the video titled ‘Character Kharaab’ on Twitter. In the 30-second mini trail, while SRK talks about having cheap thoughts about women, Anushka looks little confused as she, in her adorable Gujarati accent, asks him to explain it in detail.

Sharing the mini trail, the Baadshah Khan wrote:


‘Mini trails’ are a series of 30-second clips from the film which will be released first as an introduction to what the film’s team has in store to offer. The Imtiaz Ali-directorial is slated to release on August 4, 2017.

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The makers of the film are leaving no stones unturned to promote the flick. They have come up with an innovative way to promote their movie. The main motive of the video is to find the maximum number of girls with the name Sejal in a city and he will visit that city. Watch the video here:

He shared a video on Twitter and captioned it as, “Kithe hai kudi… Kithe hai meri Sejal? Aa raha hun dil waapas lene. Let me know your city.


The Raees star said, “The whole idea of mini trails is to introduce Harry and Sejal, the two players amidst the beautiful love story. These trails will serve as moments from their journey which gradually lead to the bigger story that would unfold in the theatres.”

Adding, “Imtiaz has a special way of writing and shooting his scenes. Even the most simple of scenes have an underlying emotion or a subtext within them. These mini trails will highlight moments from our film, which Imtiaz so lovingly weaves into his tales. The thought behind these trails is to draw the audience closer to Harry and Sejal.”

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