This is a true story based on the life of an Indian athlete Milkha Singh. He ran for India during 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. Milkha Singh (Farhan Akhtar) has a flashback of his childhood days as a young boy which haunted him and resulted in him becoming an athlete. During the partition of India in 1947, his parents died in the Punjab violence. He makes his way to Delhi and meets his sister there. Living in impoverished refugee camps, Milkha soon makes friends and survives by stealing along with his friends. He falls in love with Biro (Sonam Kapoor) but she asks him to live a life of ...



Reviews about Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
Brilliantly portrayed Milkha Singh's life

This movie is pure inspiration. Anyone who needs motivation should view this movie. Brilliantly portrayed Milkha Singh's life!

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
Jay R.Pockyarath
True story, well told.

A good story based on a truly amazing athlete who overcomes tremendous odds to rise to top of his game. Akhtar in the title role was quite believable. The movie could have been shorter without losing much.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
and film work amazing.

India makes some incredible films and this is one is tops. Just a couple scenes with the Bollywood touch. The story, acting, and film work amazing.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
highly recommend!

Incredible movie highlighting the life of an incredible person. A must read, highly recommend!

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
Amazon Customer
Five Stars

Great Inspirational movie...specially if you want to loose weight and get a ripped body.

Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)
Beautiful story

Very beautiful story about a man's triumph over terrorism.

Recent news about Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (English Subtitled)

I've cried five times in my life, says Flying Sikh Milkha Singh - Odisha Sun Times

July 4, 2016

I've cried five times in my life, says Flying Sikh Milkha Singh
Odisha Sun Times
But the bitter memories that still haunt him are those of the Partition when he lost his parents, brother and two sisters in the communal violence that rocked the sub-continent. “During the 1947 Partition, my family was killed before my eyes. ... In ...

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