Jab Harry Met Sejal Scene By Scene Index

I don’t know why I didn’t start doing this ages ago.  So much easier to just have one place to come back to instead of trying to link to every other post from within each post like some kind of crazed math graphing problem.  It’s here!  It’s all here!  And I will just update this one place as I add new posts.

Jab Harry Met Leadup Posts:

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Guide

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Imtiaz Ali

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Chaahat, Shahrukh the Gigolo

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Patiala House, Anushka Wakes Up a Sad Man

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi and Jab Tak Hain Jaan

Jab Harry Met Sejal and Pyaar To Hona Hi Tha, Traveling Romances

Original Reviews:

No Spoiler Review

Spoiler Review

JHMS Inspired Sexy Shahrukh Fanfic

Shahrukh as Sexy Widower Romancing Uninterested Juhi Chawla

Shahrukh as James Bond Romancing Courtesan Madhuri/Innocent Secretary Tabu

Full Scene By Scene:

Part 1: First Song and First Meeting

Part 2: A car ride and a conversation

Part 3: Indemnity Bond

Part 4: Phones and Clothes

Part 5: Chinese Vase

Part 6: A Chase

Part 7: Hiding, Talking, Sleeping

Part 8: Radha Set-Up

Part 9: Radha, the Peak of the Film

Part 10: A Girlfriend Proposal

Part 11: The DDLJ Moment Reinvented

Part 12: Beech Beech Mein and More

Part 13: Klara Appears

Part 14: No Legal Offense

Part 15: The World Intrudes

Part 16: A Train Ride and a Hug

Part 17: Anushka is Layak and Shahrukh Tells Her So

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29 thoughts on “Jab Harry Met Sejal Scene By Scene Index

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  3. Maybe as you start doing this, you could make a tab in your menu for all the indexes of major movies in the future. So it won’t be too hard to find the index itself 🙂

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      • I’m sure that if you check, there are a bunch of other movies you could make a index for. I think you had a lot of posts for Sultan, Dangal, and Dear Zindagi as well.

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  10. I just discovered this site and am enjoying it immensely. I unfortunately live too far away to get to see this movie (which I’m dying to). Have to wait until it shows up on Netflix I guess. Also, I will definitely buy this one. I have bought most of SRK’s movies and watched all of them including cameos. To say that I’m a fan is understated. I also watch all his interviews, ads, award performances. I’ve been waiting for a realistic, mature depiction of love at a certain age and think this might just be it. I don’t understand all the negative feedback from the Indian population, except maybe they aren’t comfortable with movies that deal mainly in character analysis. To me, a good movie makes me stop and think what motivates a character’s behavior. I truly love Indian cinema, but it seems the movies SRK has done that deal with that (Chak De, Swades, KANK, etc.) haven’t been as well liked by the Indian mainstream. I guess it’s “different strokes for different folks”.

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    • Welcome! So glad you found my site! And I will be very curious for your take on this film as someone who is reading a lot about it but will only be able to watch it months later.

      If you like this coverage, and you are an SRKian, you should check out my DDLJ index, which also includes coverage of Baazigar and Karan Arjun. Oh, and my scene by scenes of Dilwale, Fan, Raees, and Dear Zindagi should be in the archives somewhere too (sorry, i haven’t had a chance to index them all, but the search function on the blog should help you find them)

      I look forward to more comments!

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  11. Thanks for the warm welcome. I will definitely check out the archives and it’s so nice to read all the intelligent and provoking comments. Keep up the good work. Looking forward to the rest of the scene by scene on this movie.

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