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OTTPlay Exclusive: Top 5 shows and movies Harleen Sethi recommends you to watch

From Eat Pray Love to The Notebook, here's looking at the list of movies and shows Harleen Sethi recommends you to watch.

Jul 09, 2021
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Harleen Sethi.

Harleen Sethi is all gearing up for the release of her upcoming web series The Gone Game 2. The actress shot to fame with the first two seasons of the popular romantic web series Broken But Beautiful with Vikrant Massey. Harleen took some time out from her busy schedule and spoke to OTTplay exclusively about her absolute favourite romantic films and shows that she loves to watch and naturally, recommends our readers to watch as well.

Confessing that she is herself the romantic type, Harleen mentioned some of the classic romantic movies, which are nothing less than a work of art.

Take a look:

Normal People

If you are someone who believes in destiny, then Normal People is the show for you. The Irish drama series explores the lives of Connell (Paul Mescal) and Lorraine (Sarah Greene). The two come from different backgrounds but meet up at the same destination, which is more like destiny calling them together.

Eat Pray Love

Inspired by a novel of the same name, Eat Pray Love is not your typical boy-meets-girl story. It’s the tale of a woman who has just gotten divorced and is exploring herself and the world around her with a new perspective. Starring Julia Roberts in the lead role, Eat Pray Love was nominated for People’s Choice Awards.


Not a love story on the face of it, Farhan Akhtar’s Lakshya is the tale of a soldier named Karan Sheirgill (Hrithik Roshan) who doubts his life choices but eventually takes charge, all for the sake of his love Romila Datta (Priety Zinta).

Before trilogy

You cannot be considered a die-hard romantic till you have watched and loved the Before trilogy. Julie Delphy and Ethan Hawke became one of the most-loved pairings as Celine and Jesse in the trilogy, which is a very real take on love.

The Notebook

Another film inspired by a novel, The Notebook is a love story that never gets old. Duke (Ryan Gosling) aka Noah reads his love story to an old lady with dementia, Ms. Hamilton, played by Rachel McAdams (who was once his lover). If that isn’t beautiful, we don’t know what is.

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