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Bhaag Milkha Bhaag[6] (English: "Run Milkha Run") is a 2013 Indian biographical sports drama film directed by Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra from a script written by Prasoon Joshi. The story is based on the life of Milkha Singh, an Indian athlete who was a national champion runner and an Olympian. It stars Farhan Akhtar in the lead role with Pavan Malhotra and Art Malik in supporting roles and Sonam Kapoor in a cameo. Sports was coordinated by the American action director Rob Miller of ReelSports.[7]

Made on a budget of ₹300 million (US$4.5 million),[4] the film released on 12 July 2013 and gathered a positive response from critics and audiences alike. It performed very well at the box office, eventually being declared a "super hit" domestically and hit overseas.[8][9][10][11] Bhaag Milkha Bhaag is the sixth highest grossing 2013 Bollywood film worldwide[5] and became the 21st film to gross ₹1 billion (US$15 million).

Singh and his daughter, Sonia Sanwalka, co-wrote his autobiography, titled The Race of My Life.[12] The book inspired Bhaag Milkha Bhaag.[13][14][15] Singh sold the film rights for one rupee and inserted a clause stating that a share of the profits would be given to the Milkha Singh Charitable Trust.[16] The Trust was founded in 2003 with the aim of assisting poor and needy sportspeople.[17]

The film starts in the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome, where a coach says "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag!" The runner is taken back to the memories of his childhood days which haunt him, resulting in him dropping to fourth. Partition of India in 1947 caused chaos which resulted in mass religious violence in Punjab in British India, killing the parents of Milkha Singh (Farhan Akhtar). He reaches Delhi and later meets his sister there. Living in impoverished refugee camps, Milkha makes friends and survives by stealing with them. He falls in love with Biro (Sonam Kapoor), but she asks him to live a life of honesty.

Milkha finds himself in the army where he gets noticed by a havaldar (sergeant) after he wins a race in which the top 10 runners will get milk, two eggs and excused from exercise. He gets selected for service commission where he is miffed and gets beaten up by senior players whom he had defeated earlier, on the day before selection of Indian team for Olympics. In spite of being injured, he participates in the race. Overcoming his pain, he wins the race thus breaking the national record.

During the Melbourne 1956 Olympics he is attracted to the granddaughter of his Australian technical coach. After a frolicking night in a bar, they have a one-night stand. The following day he feels exhausted from the night's activities and loses the final race. He realizes his mistake. Suffering from guilt, he even slaps himself in front of a mirror. On the flight back to India he asks his coach what the world record is for the 400m race and learns that it is 45.90 seconds. He trains hard and wins in several places. He then breaks the previous world record for the 400m race with a time of 45.80 seconds.

Jawaharlal Nehru (Dalip Tahil), the prime minister, convinces him to lead the Indian team in Pakistan for a friendly race with Abdul Khaliq (Dev Gill), also known as the fastest man of Asia. In Pakistan he misses the press conference and goes to his village where, in a flashback, it is shown how his parents were murdered and the last words of his father were "Bhaag Milkha Bhaag!" He starts crying and is comforted by a boy who turns out to be his childhood friend's son. He also meets his friend Sampreet.

In the games, initially the Pakistani favorite is winning, but Milkha takes the lead overtaking opponents one by one, taking a convincing lead, and winning the race and respect of the two nations. The president of Pakistan, General Ayub Khan, impressed by his effort gives him the title "The Flying Sikh". Jawaharlal Nehru declares a day in the name of Milkha as national holiday as desired by Milkha himself.

Farhan Akhtar as Subedar Milkha Singh a.k.a. The Flying Sikh
Japtej Singh as young Milkha
Hikaru Ito as Emperor of Japan
Divya Dutta as Isri Kaur, Milkha's elder sister
Meesha Shafi as Perizaad
Pavan Malhotra as Hawaldar (Constable) Gurudev Singh, Milkha's coach during his days in the Indian Army
Yograj Singh as Ranveer Singh, Milkha's coach
Art Malik as Sampooran Singh, Milkha's father
Prakash Raj as Veerapandian
K.K.Raina as Mr. Wadhwa
Rebecca Breeds as Stella
Dalip Tahil as Jawaharlal Nehru
Dev Gill as Abdul Khaliq
Nawab Shah as Abdul Khaliq's coach
Jass Bhatia as Mahinder
Sonam Kapoor as Biro, Milkha's fleeting love interest (cameo

After the release of Delhi-6 (2009), director Om Prakash Mehra started developing two projects: a historical love story, Mirza Sahiban, and a biopic of Milkha Singh. The biopic developed better, and he chose the latter. Prasoon Joshi, who co-wrote Delhi-6 with Mehra, started working on the script.[18] Joshi later clarified that the film's title, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Run Milkha Run) was never actually spoken by Milkha's father. Rather, it was phrase coined by him and was used liberally throughout the narrative.[19]

"This film is not a mirror of Milkha Singh's life. It is an interpretation of his life."

-Prasoon Joshi (screenwriter)[19]
Growing up in Delhi, Mehra was familiar with anecdotes from the life of Milkha Singh, the ace runner popular as "Flying Sikh". He used to visit the National Stadium, Delhi for swimming, where Singh also came for his practice. Gradually, he came to know details regarding his early life, including how he witnessed his entire family being killed during the partition and traveled alone to Delhi as a refugee. Mehra started developing the project as personal story rather than a sports film, taking the theme of "zindagi se bhago nahin, zindagi ke saath bhago" ("don't run away from life, run with life"), depicting his life from 13 to 28 years.

For research, he visited Chandigarh several times, where he talked for hours with Singh. Jeev Milkha Singh, the son of Milkha Singh and a notable golfer, arranged his meetings with the family members.[18] Milkha Singh refused a large offer for allowing his story to be adapted and charged a token amount of ₹1 (1.5¢ US), as he believed if the film could "inspire our young people and result in India's first Olympic track gold, that would [be] reward enough for him."[20]

It took the next two and half years to write the story.[21] According to the director, it is not a sports film, but a film about human spirit.[22]

In 2010, early contenders of the lead role were Abhishek Bachchan and Akshay Kumar. While Bachchan was preferred by Mehra, Kumar was preferred by Milkha Singh. However, Mehra deferred the final decision on the cast till the final script was completed.[23] After months of search,[21] in September 2011, the principal cast were announced. Actor-director Farhan Akhtar and Sonam Kapoor received the lead roles. Thereafter, Akhtar visited Punjab to meet Milkha Singh and his family.[24] Before deciding, Akhtar met Mehra once for a story session and immediately agreed to play the role.[25] He was inspired by Milkha Singh's life and underwent extensive physical training for the role.[22]

Pakistani actress and singer, Meesha Shafi — who got fame after her song "Alif Allah (Jugni)," played RAW agent in the hit Pakistani film Waar and in 2013 made her Hollywood debut with The Reluctant Fundamentalist — was selected for the role of Perizaad (Milkha Singh's best friend).

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