Bhaag Milkha Bhaag Reviews
Bhaag Milkha Bhaag sets the standard for biopics in the Hindi Film Industry.
The story of Milkha Singh, is both inspirational and emotional at many levels.
From a boy who lost everything in the Partition, to a national hero who achieved the love and support of millions across the country. This is the story of THE FLYING SIKH.
Farhan Akhtar has to be appreciated for his immense dedication to this movie. His efforts in adapting to the character was commendable. And his performance was considerably good, the best in his career.
The script had a different and quite entertaining narrative style. Shifting through time periods with grace, and giving us a detailed account of what had transpired.
Prasoon Joshi, a job well done.
The soundtrack supported the emotions and situations of the movie quite well.
At the end of the movie, you will be forced to ask yourself one question.
Can you live through even after everything is ripped away from you ? With all the emotional burden, frustration and inner conflicts, even after losing everything, can you fight your way to success ?
Milkha Singh can.
And he sure did.
Okay, it was good. Some funny and emotional moments (with a lot of melodrama). But the movie was not great.