Sara Ali Khan, known for her diverse roles in films like “Kedarnath” (2018) and “Atrangi Re” (2021), is set to captivate audiences once again in her upcoming historical biographical movie, “Ae Watan Mere Watan.” This highly anticipated film, directed and co-written by Kannan Iyer, is produced by industry stalwarts Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra, promising a cinematic experience like no other.

“Ae Watan Mere Watan” delves into the life of Usha Mehta, a pivotal figure in India’s struggle for independence in 1942. The trailer offers a glimpse into a stellar cast delivering remarkable performances, including Sara Ali Khan in the titular role of Usha Mehta. Scheduled to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on March 21st, this film is poised to captivate audiences with its compelling narrative and powerful performances.

Release Date and Cast:

Release Date: “Ae Watan Mere Watan” will start streaming on Amazon Prime Video from March 21st, offering subscribers the opportunity to witness Sara Ali Khan’s portrayal of Usha Mehta.

Cast: Alongside Sara Ali Khan, the film features a talented ensemble cast, including Emraan Hashmi (in a special appearance), Anand Tiwari, Sachin Khedekar, Abhay Verma, Sparsh Shrivastav, Alexx O’Nell, Sachin Khedekar, Godaan Kumar, and Benedict Garrett.

Usha Mehta, an Indian freedom fighter and educator, played a pivotal role in India’s quest for independence from British colonial rule. Her involvement in the underground radio movement during the Quit India Movement of 1942 was instrumental in disseminating information and rallying support for the cause of Indian independence. Mehta’s courageous efforts in operating a clandestine radio station demonstrated her unwavering commitment to the nation’s freedom struggle, despite facing grave risks to her own safety.

“Ae Watan Mere Watan” chronicles Usha Mehta’s journey and explores the challenges she encountered while leading the underground radio movement. The film offers a compelling narrative of Mehta’s resilience and determination in the face of adversity, highlighting her pivotal role in challenging British authority and galvanizing public support for the Quit India movement.

Musical Highlights:

The film’s music, composed by Mukund Suryawanshi, Akashdeep Sengupta, and Shashi Suman, complements the narrative with its emotive melodies and evocative lyrics. Songs like “Qatra Qatra,” “Ae Watan Mere Watan – Title Track,” “Julia,” and “Dua E Azaadi” serve as poignant reflections of the film’s themes and add depth to the storytelling.