The movie set against the backdrop of 1942, Quit India Movement released on Thursday amidst high expectations.

Several viewers have taken to X and shared negative comments about the film. One viewer states, “I had high hopes for Sara Ali Khan film, but her performance fell short. The role demanded a more powerful and emotionally resonant portrayal, but she came across as distant, cold and lacked the needed depth of expression.”

Rahul Desai bluntly calls it a “bad film”, and adds, “There is no time for a story that unfolds like a pre-Independence email stuck in the drafts folder.”

An X user called it ‘a missed opportunity’, where in Emraan Hashmi steals the show as Dr Ram Manohar Lohia. Sara is good in certain parts, but lacks conviction in many places. The movie is a fair attempt at narrating the saga of an unsung hero in the freedom struggle but one can’t get past the awful dialogue delivery. Viewers are calling it “an ineffectual history lesson.” Another critic wrote, “#emraanhashmi is the only saving grace in # AeWatanMereWatan.”

Directed by Kannan Iyer and produced by Karan Johar, the movie can be seen on Amazon Prime Video.


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