Director: Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra
Music: Shankar Ehsaan Loy
'Milkha Singh' - for some the name evokes a faint memory from the pages of history.
All, most remember is that Milkha Singh, hailed as the Flying Sikh, was a famous athlete, who infamously lost the penultimate race of his Life.
The Film attempts to understand a catastrophic loss that was deemed a sure victory and explores through the darkness of disgrace, Milkhas redemption.
The Redemption and Catharsis that come when he confronts his past.
Milkha ironically finds himself in a place wherein he had lost his all. Pakistan, a place where he witnessed the bloody massacre of his entire family. The demons hidden in some dark corner of his consciousness come alive.
This iridescent tale winds through the plagues of a bloody civil war, a lost childhood, homelessness, and petty crime to victories hard won and easily lost. It draws anintricate image of human trials, setbacks and fate leveraged against the sheer power of will.Evocatively illustrating that true victory lies in racing with ones troubles , not in running away from them . aapni mushkiloan se bhago nahin , unkey saath daud lagao.
Milkha flies, falls and rises, bruising his soul but not his will to survive.
Milkha Singh the world champion in 400 meters lost the most important race of his life- the 1960 Rome Olympics but won in LIFE.
Who said success came easy for those who managed to make it to the top of their professions, more so if what you are striving towards is the stuff legends are made of. Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is a convincingly-told story of the legendary athlete, Milkha Singh, played by the very talented, multi-faceted, Farhan Akhtar. Spanning ...
The problem with adoring, reverential portraits of real people is that they tend to lack objectivity and quickly become boring. It`s true of Rang De Basanti director Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra`s Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, an ambitious account of the first 27 years or so of celebrated Indian sprinter Milkha Singh`s roller-coaster life.Over an exhausting 3 hours and 7 minutes, the film, starring Farhan Akhtar as Milkha, details the athlete`s journey from a boy displaced during Partition to his early years in a gang of petty thieves, followed by his recruitment in the Indian army from where he went on to become a sports hero. All this is revealed in a long flashback by Milkha`s earliest coach, Gurudev Singh (an endearing Pawan Malhotra), during a train journey with Pandit Nehru`s advisor, while pointing out why Milkha has turned down the Prime Minister`s invitation to lead a sports delegation to Pakistan. (The explanation for that decision, painfully obvious to anyone with half a brain, is clumsily used as a suspenseful cliffhanger in the film).
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My review for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag U 4 out of 5. hats off... Good acting and you actually get involved. Not sure how much was embellished to make it worth a movie, but engrossing nonetheless.
My review for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag U Awesome.. Gripping and the Best Ive seen.. just Live it..
My review for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag U This movie actually deserves more than Rs.200 crores box office collection.
My review for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag U Finally Watched Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,Last day Last show at Sterling...Enjoyed A Lot...Hats Off To Farhan Akhtar for acting and Milkha Singh for his History...
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My review for Bhaag Milkha Bhaag U It is very nice movie. We can learn to this movie.
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