The much-awaited trailer for “Ae Watan Mere Watan” has finally dropped, offering a glimpse into a captivating historic drama that promises to enthral audiences with its tale of patriotism and resilience. Directed by Kannan Iyer and written by Darab Farooqui and Iyer, the film stars Sara Ali Khan in a fearless and compelling role, alongside a stellar ensemble cast. Set against the backdrop of pre-independence India, “Ae Watan Mere Watan” transports viewers to a tumultuous era where the nation is on the brink of achieving freedom from colonial rule. At the heart of the story is Usha, a 22-year-old college girl in Bombay, portrayed with finesse by Sara Ali Khan. Driven by her unwavering commitment to her country, Usha embarks on a daring journey to contribute to India’s struggle for independence.

Check out the trailer below…

The trailer introduces us to Usha’s audacious initiative: the creation of an underground radio station that becomes a potent force in fueling the Quit India Movement. As Usha navigates the challenges and dangers posed by her clandestine activities, she emerges as a symbol of courage and determination, inspiring those around her to join the fight for freedom. In addition to Sara Ali Khan’s stellar performance, “Ae Watan Mere Watan” boasts a talented supporting cast, including Sachin Khedekar, Abhay Verma, Sparsh Shrivastav, Alexx O’ Nell, and Anand Tiwari. Furthermore, the film features a special guest appearance by Emraan Hashmi, adding another layer of intrigue to the narrative. Produced by Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra under the banner of Dharmatic Entertainment, “Ae Watan Mere Watan” promises to be a cinematic spectacle that will resonate with audiences across the globe.

With its compelling storyline, stellar performances, and breathtaking visuals, the film is poised to captivate viewers when it premieres on Prime Video in India and across 240 countries and territories worldwide on March 21st.

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