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Sara Ali Khan Interview: Discussing ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan,’ Books, and Freedom of Speech

Sara Ali Khan, known for her role in ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’, talks about why the Indian freedom struggle still matters today. The movie, premiering on Prime Video on March 21, tells the story of Congress Radio, also called Azad Radio, which played a big part in the Quit India Movement of 1942.

Usha Mehta, a brave student from Bombay’s Wilson College, led the radio station. She inspired many with her courage. Sara plays her in the film and says it’s important to remember people like Usha who fought for India’s freedom.

Sara thinks young people today can learn from the past. India is a free country now, but it’s still important to speak up for what’s right. She believes in standing up for beliefs, just like the youth did during the freedom struggle.

In the movie, Sara tried to show Usha Mehta’s bravery and determination. She didn’t copy how other actors played people from the past. Instead, she tried to be true to who Usha Mehta really was.

This is Sara’s first time acting in a period film. She worked hard to make sure everything looked like it did in the 1940s. Sara didn’t use a Gujarati accent even though Usha Mehta was Gujarati. She wanted everyone to understand the movie easily.

Sara also talked about how she learns from her acting. She likes to watch her performances to see what worked and what didn’t. She thinks it’s important to keep learning and growing as an actor.

Apart from acting, Sara loves reading books. She prefers physical books over e-books. Right now, she’s reading ‘Sophie’s World’ by Jostein Gaarder. She enjoys the feeling of holding a book in her hands and making notes in the margins.

In short, Sara Ali Khan’s role in ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’ shows her respect for India’s history. She hopes to inspire young people to be brave and stand up for what they believe in, just like Usha Mehta did.