Premiering today is the official trailer for Sara Ali Khan’s film “Ae Watan Mere Watan.” “Drawing inspiration from real historical occurrences, the film depicts the spirit of the Quit India Movement and centers on India’s 1942 independence movement. A thrilling trip through time that honors the courage and sacrifices of our youth is in store for you. Make sure to reserve a spot for March 21 on your calendars, as the film will be making its debut on Amazon Prime exclusive soon.”

Based on the inspirational true story of Usha Mehta, a 22-year-old who was instrumental in promoting India’s independence from British rule, the film stars Sara Ali Khan. Using an underground radio station that fueled the Quit India Movement, Sara Ali Khan, who portrays Usha Mehta in the trailer, highlights her involvement in the independence movement.

A film about the bravery, sacrifices, and inventiveness of young India’s freedom fighters, directed by Kannan Iyer and produced by Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra. Along with Sachin Khedekar, Abhay Verma, Sparsh Shrivastav, Alexx O’Nell, and Anand Tiwari, the ensemble cast is led by Sara Ali Khan. Emraan Hashmi makes a special appearance.

In the struggle for freedom, the Indians bravely resisted the British, sacrificing much—even their lives—in an unwavering spirit that is honored in the teaser. View the trailer here for a sneak peek:

“Ae Watan Mere Watan,” which is based on true events, tells the story of a crucial period in India’s struggle for independence, with 22-year-old Usha (played by Sara Ali Khan) at the center.

“Ae Watan Mere Watan” uses Usha’s life to tell the story of the Indian Independence movement. It emphasizes the valor, sacrifices, and resourcefulness of the country’s youth during India’s struggle for freedom, as well as the role her underground radio station played in igniting the Quit India Movement.

Sara Ali Khan said of her portrayal of such a fascinating character, “Being a part of Ae Watan Mere Watan has been an unmatched honor.” Being able to fully inhabit the character, explore her mind, and comprehend her motivations has been both empowering and humbling.

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