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Milkha Singh Age, Facts, Biography, Wiki, Height, Weight, Affairs, Girlfriends, Net Worth & More

Milkha Singh Age, Facts, Biography, Wiki, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Death & More

Milkha Singh is an Indian Athlete, who born at Govindpura; Muzaffargarh city; Punjab Province; British India (now Muzaffargarh District; Pakistan) on 20 November 1929 (according to records in Pakistan)17 October 1935 and 20 November 1935 (other official records of various States),  And died on 18 June 2021.

Family – Nirmal Kaur (Wife), Jeev Milkha Singh (Son), Sonia Sanwalka (Daughter), Harjai Singh (Grandson), Malkhan Singh (Brother), Ishvar Singh (Sister)

  • October 10 Nirmal Saini’s Birthday (Wife)
  • December 15 Jeev Milkha Singh’s Birthday (Son)

Body Measurements

Skin ColourWheatish
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Personal Info

Home TownChandigarh
AddressChandigarh, India
SchoolA Government School in his Village
Qualification5th STD
Marital StatusMarried
DebutMelbourne Olympic Games (1956)

Records and Awards –

  • First, Asian Games, 200m (1958)
  • First, Asian Games, 400m (1958)
  • First, Commonwealth Games, 440 yards (1958)
  • First, Asian Games, 400m (1962)
  • First, Asian Games, 4x400m Relay (1962)
  • Second, Calcutta National Games, 400m (1964)
  • Padma Shri (1959)
  • Times of India Sports Awards (2015)

Book – The Race of My Life: The Autobiography of Indian Athlete Milkha Singh, coauthored with daughter Sonia Sanwalka. The Bollywood Movie ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag‘ is based on it. (starrer with Farhan Akhtar, Sonam Kapoor)
Wikipedia –

Facebook –

Interesting Facts & Secrets About Milkha Singh

  • He released his autobiography titled, ‘The Race of My Life’ in 2013.
  • He sold his biographical movie ‘Bhaag Milkha Bhaag’ rights for one rupee and had half of the movie’s profit given to Milkha Singh Charitable Trust.
  • He donated all of his medals to the nation, which are on display at Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium.
  • Milkha Singh also donated a pair of shoes that he had worn during his race at the 1960 Olympics for a charity.
  • He adopted a 7-year-old boy of a soldier who died during the Battle of Tiger Hill.
  • His wax statue is unveiled at Chandigarh which was created the sculptors of London’s Madame Tussauds in September 2017.

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