BHAAG MILKHA BHAAG The film I watched is a true story film that tells the story of a runner athlete named Milkha Singh, this man is a runner. I watched this film and was very moved. Because suddenly at the beginning of the film a man named Milkha Singh is brought back to his childhood memories of the chaos surrounding the 1947 Partition of India, which resulted in mass religious violence in Punjab and the murder of Singhdan’s parents, that’s why I was moved by this film.
When I watched this film, I really liked the man. Because this man can inspire me to be more grateful for what God has given me, I really like this film. Because, this Milkha Singh is a great athlete and she has won 5 gold medals, She is great because she trains really hard.
This Milkha Singh makes me sad. Because, he lived in a poor refugee camp camp. And also Milkha Singh befriends and survives by stealing, That’s why I watch this movie It’s very sad. And sadly again Milkha Singh was beaten by senior players, I really salute Milkha Singh. Because, Despite being injured Singh participated in the race and overcame his pain, That’s why I really salute him.
I watched this film with a tense and excited atmosphere, where Milkha Singh raced with Abdul Khaliq. Because, it was just a friendly race, but I was excited when I watched the movie. What I admire most about a Milkha Singh is that when he races he overtakes his opponents one by one, impressed how easily Milkha Singh overcame Pakistani athletes and won by a huge margin. The President of Pakistan gave him the title “THE FLYING SIKH”.
I watched this film very much entertained by the fast runner named Milkha Singh.I watched this film with the last scene and I shed tears because watching the last scene was Milkha Singh winning and he was enjoying his winning lap, Everyone in the Stadium was in awe of Milkha Singh and that was the film that made me tear up, cried, all my feelings were mixed stir by watching this film.Then, I saw sad news on the internet , it was reported that the sprinter BHAAG MILKHA BHAAG, the sprinter, died of Covid-19 at the age of 91.