Sara Ali Khan’s portrayal of a brave young freedom fighter in “Ae Watan Mere Watan” is sure to wow everyone

The first trailer for Sara Ali Khan’s Ae Watan Mere Watan, which will star in India’s 74th Republic Day celebrations, has been published. An salute to the “unsung heroes,” Karan Johar stated in the teaser for the movie he released on social media on Monday. a tribute to India’s independence movement The film is being made by Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra as a Dharmatic Entertainment production, with Mishra serving as a co-producer. Darab Farooqui and Kannan Iyer collaborated on the writing, and Kannan Iyer also directed it.

Watan Ae In the thriller-drama Mere Watan, Sara Ali Khan will play Usha Mehta, a courageous freedom fighter who was inspired by actual events. The first-look video brings us to a bygone period where we observe a young girl expertly assembling a radio-like equipment in a poorly lit room while she is tense and laser-focused. The young girl is progressively shown to be none other than Sara Ali Khan in a previously unseen, non-glamorous persona by the camera. Her voice is filled with courage and resolve as she starts to speak on the radio; she spreads the word of freedom to the entire country via her clandestine radio station until she is cut off by the persistent knocking at the door.

“I am extremely pleased and honoured that Prime Video and Dharmatic Entertainment have given me the opportunity to be a part of a film that I honestly believe deserves to be told,” Sara Ali Khan remarked when asked about her excitement about playing this role in Ae Watan Mere Watan. I take great pride in being able to represent a character who embodies bravery, strength, and courage as an actor and, more significantly, as an Indian. Being able to work with Kannan Iyer sir is an absolute honour since he is so passionate about and emotionally invested in this story. And while portraying a character who is quite different from anything I’ve ever done before is undoubtedly difficult, it is a project I’m going to work on.