10 Tweets To Read Before Watching Sara Ali Khan’s ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’ On Prime Video

Vasudha Sabharwal

Within a week of ‘Murder Mubarak‘ release on Netflix, Sara Ali Khan’s ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’ began streaming on Prime Video. Directed by Kannan Iyer, the film is based on the real-life story of the brave Usha Mehta, who started an underground radio station to unite people during India’s freedom struggle in the 1940s.


While the film has received mixed feedbacks, the audience is majorly critiquing Khan’s performance. The sentiment is that the actor couldn’t reflect the depth, the intense love for country, and the emotions that drove Usha Mehta. Here’s what they are saying –

Are you going to watch the film? It’s always great to see the stories about our unsung heroes, provided they do the required justice. Dharma Productions is behind this film. The production house has also previously been associated with movies like ‘Shershaah and ‘Raazi‘, which, objectively speaking, were superior.

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