Farhan Akhtar on 10 years of ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’: A film that means a lot in my career

Mumbai, on July 12.
Actor-director Farhan Akhtar celebrated the tenth anniversary of his highly-regarded movie “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” on Wednesday. He mentioned that this film holds a significant position in his personal and professional life.
The 2013 sports drama movie was directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra. It is about the life of famous athlete Milkha Singh, who sadly passed away. The movie also had Sonam Kapoor Ahuja, Divya Dutta, Pavan Malhotra, Yograj Singh, and Prakash Raj.
“It has been 10 years since a movie was released that has had a significant impact on my career and my life. ” And the fact that you all love it so much makes it even better. “You made all the hard work and sacrifices worthwhile,” Farhan expressed next to the movie’s official poster.
“Thank you so much once more, from the deepest part of my heart. ” “And I’d also like to thank Rakeysh for including me in the celebration of the famous Milkhaji for 10 years of Bhaag Milkha Bhaag,” he said.
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Farhan Akhtar tweeted on July 12, 2023.
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Milkha Singh, who passed away in 2021 at the age of 91, motivated and inspired many people. He almost won a medal at the Olympics in Rome in 1960, achieved gold medals at the Commonwealth and Asian Games, and showed great determination to succeed despite facing tough challenges.
The movie “Bhaag Milkha Bhaag” starts with a race in the 1960 Olympics where Singh came in fourth place, just missing out on a bronze medal. The movie then shows his childhood, early struggles, and experiences during the Partition. It ends with Singh winning a race in Pakistan, where he defeated their hero Abdul Khaliq.
After winning a big race, he was given the nickname “The Flying Sikh” by the President of Pakistan at that time, General Ayub Khan.
Divya Dutta, who is 45 years old, also remembered her time working on the movie in a post on Instagram. The actor said that she was very happy and proud to play the character of Milkha Singh’s older sister, Isri Kaur.
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