Karan Johar, along with Sara Ali Khan, recently unveiled the new motion poster of ‘Ae Mere Watan‘ at the 54th International Film Festival of India in Goa.
Check out the motion poster here:

Taking to his Instagram handle, Karan shared the motion poster and captioned it, ‘Aazad aawazein, qaid nahi hoti” #AeWatanMereWatanOnPrime, coming soon (sic)’. The newest poster takes us back to a different time, immersing us in a bygone era.It features a young girl in a dimly lit room, looking both tense and incredibly focused as she communicates into a radio-like device.

As soon as the motion poster was shared, comments poured in from all sides. While one user wrote, ‘Can’t wait for Sara’, another one added, ‘Looking amazing’. A fan also commented, ‘She is sara,? Can’t recognize’.

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This fictional narrative unfolds against the backdrop of the Quit India Movement in 1942. It narrates a tale of courage, patriotism, sacrifice, and resourcefulness, highlighting the role of the youth in India’s fight for freedom.

Sara, who will be seen playing the character of a valiant freedom fighter, Usha Mehta in the film, said, “As an actor, and more importantly, as an Indian I am proud to be able to portray a character that echoes bravery, strength and courage. Working with Kannan Iyer sir is a sheer privilege as he is so passionate and emotionally invested in this story himself. And while of course, it is very challenging to essay a character that is vastly different from anything that I’ve done before, it is a project I’m going to work really hard on. And most importantly, I’m going to cherish every day that I get to play an enigmatic freedom fighter.”

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