Anushka Sharma, SRK set to sizzle again with Imtiaz Ali's 'Jab Harry Met Sajel'

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Anushka Sharma, SRK set to sizzle again with Imtiaz Ali's 'Jab Harry Met Sajel'
Anushka Sharma, SRK set to sizzle again with Imtiaz Ali's 'Jab Harry Met Sajel'

Dehradun : What comes to our mind when we think of Imtiaz Ali? Socha Na Tha, Love Aaj Kal, Rockstar and many more romantic movies and when we think of Shah Rukh Khan we get a picture of Raj playing Mandolin or spreading his arms for which every girl will fall upon.

Imtiaz Ali and king Khan have joined hands for a upcoming romantic movie ‘Jab Harry Met Sajel’. Promising too much of romance in a single frame. Anushka Sharma will be playing the female lead in the film. The duo had earlier worked together in ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’ and ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’.

Anushka Sharma had made her debut in Bollywood opposite king Khan the movie ‘Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi’. The couple had won praise from both the fans and critics for their sizzling chemistry and their perfect timings. Anushka Sharma instead of being a debutant managed to pull of strings very well opposite the king Khan.

The duo was again seen in the movie ‘Jab Tak Hai Jaan’ where Anushka Sharma played the character of carefree and goofy discovery intern named Akira, who informed of heartbreaking romance of Meera and Samar fall in love with army man major Samar Anand. Her passionate one sided love left fans with amazement.

After giving strings of successful romantic movies together the expectations of fans are raised high. Fans are eagerly waiting for the trailer to launch.

Being a SRK fan I will be in the theatre on Aug 4. Will you?

 

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