Sara Ali Khan has once again showcased her versatility as an actress in her latest release, “Ae Watan Mere Watan”. In the movie, she played the role of Usha Mehta, a freedom fighter who organized an underground radio station during the Quit India Movement of 1942. Sara’s brilliant portrayal of the character has left the audience stunned and she has been receiving heaps of praise for her performance. Recently, Tushar Gandhi also praised her for her outstanding portrayal.

Tushar Gandhi, the great-grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, took to social media to express his feelings about the film that depicts the life of Usha Mehta. He praised Sara for playing the role perfectly.
He wrote –

“I grew up knowing Ushaben Mehta. She mentored me in my youth. I had heard tales of her exploits running the clandestine Congress Radio during the Quit India Movement. It all came alive as I watched #Ae_Vatan_Mere_Vatan. Thank you
@SaraAliKhan you brought Ushaben alive.”

This is indeed a testament to Sara’s brilliant portrayal in the film. She stepped into the complex character with such ease and is receiving praise from all across.

Moreover, on the work front, Sara Ali Khan will also be seen in Metro… In Dino.