Amitabh Bachchan Remembers Late Legend Milkha Singh, Shares Last Page of Sports Icon's Autobiography

Published:Nov 28, 202303:02
Amitabh Bachchan Remembers Late Legend Milkha Singh, Shares Last Page of Sports Icon's Autobiography

Megastar Amitabh Bachchan remembered the late sports activities icon, Milkha Singh, by sharing the final web page of his autobiography The Race of My Life on Sunday. Senior Bachchan took to his Twitter deal with to share the contemplative web page from Singh's autobiography through which he delineated deep ideas about life. The final web page of the autobiography reads, "My final words would be: life as a sportsperson is hard, and there will certainly be times when you might be tempted to quit or rake shortcuts--but remember there are no shortcuts to success. Milkha Singh No More: Shah Rukh Khan, Akshay Kumar, Priyanka Chopra and Other B-Town Celebs Pay Heartfelt Tributes to India’s Legendary Athlete.

At such times you should try and derive inspiration from this Urdu couplet: "Mita de apni hasti ko agar his martaba chahe, ki dana khak could mil kar gul-e-gulzar hota hai." The couplet has been translated as, "Destroy your total existence if you wish to attain the zenith, 'Cos a seed has to turn into one with the mud to sprout the blossom right into a flower." The 'Don' actor captioned the post as, "The final web page of Milkha Singh's e-book .. An inspiration for all." In an earlier tweet, Big B had mourned the death of the Indian sprinter. It read, "In grief .. Milkha Singh passes away .. the pleasure of India .. a terrific athlete .. a larger human .. Waheguru di Mehr .. prayers." Farhan Akhtar Calls Up Milkha Singh To Seek His Permission To Meet In Chandigarh: The Legend’s Reply Is Heart-Warming!

Milkha Singh, who was 91 when he breathed his last, passed away at 11:30 pm on Friday in Chandigarh. He had tested positive for COVID-19 last month and was in isolation at his home in Chandigarh before he was admitted to the ICU of Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) hospital in Chandigarh. The legendary athlete is a four-time Asian Games gold-medallist and 1958 Commonwealth Games champion. He is still the only Indian athlete to win Gold in the Asian and Commonwealth Championship. He was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth-highest civilian honour, in recognition of his sporting achievements.

Big B Shares Last Page of Milkha Singh's Autobiography

He is survived by one son and three daughters. His son Jeev Milkha Singh can be a famend golfer. Singh's spouse and former Captain of the Indian Women National Volleyball staff, Nirmal Milkha Singh succumbed to COVID-19 on the age of 85 on June 13.

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