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Sara Ali Khan starrer Ae Watan Mere Watan will reignite your patriotic spirit with its goosebumps inducing dialogues


The movie Ae Watan Mere Watan starring Sara Ali Khan has been catching the attention of many. The movie showcases Sara’s strong presence and the fight for freedom against the British, which has been intriguing for viewers. In movies that focus on patriotism and nationalism, dialogues play a significant role in creating a real connection with the audience. Similarly, ‘Ae Watan Mere Watan’ has some powerful dialogues that strike the right chord with the viewers.

We reviewed the trailer of the movie Ae Watan Mere Watan and selected the dialogues that gave us goosebumps. Agar trailer itna dhamakedaar toh socha picture kaisi hogi. The trailer was so impressive that we can’t wait to see the entire movie on March 21. As the release date is approaching, we decided to share the dialogues that will rekindle your patriotic spirit.

Here are powerful dialogues from Sara Ali Khan starrer

Tod do darr ki deewarein aur sahas ke pankh phela ke udd jao kyuki pankh phelane mein hi veerta hai.
Hum karodo bharti hai, hum chalayeinge apna desh, ukhaad phekenge unn sabko jinko lagta hai wo chala rahe hai apna desh.
Karo ya maro
Aap mujhe jaan se maar sakte ho par zinda rehke ye radio bandh nahi hone dungi.
Jhoot ka nasha sirf sach ke ghutti se toda jaata hai

The patriotic movie is a Dharmatic Entertainment Production, produced by Karan Johar, Apoorva Mehta, and Somen Mishra. Directed by Kannan Iyer, the movie’s film storyline has been written by Iyer and Darab Farooqui. The film also features Sachin Khedekar, Abhay Verma, Sparsh Shrivastav, Alexx O’ Neil, and Anand Tiwari in pivotal roles. Emraan Hashmi is to be seen in a special guest appearance.

Ae Watan Mere Watan is set to premiere on Prime Video on March 21. It will be released in Hindi with dubs in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam and Kannada.

Also read: Ae Watan Mere Watan promo: Sara Ali Khan as Usha Mehta looks determined to fight against the British

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