“After Super 30, the fat content of my body was
too much. My body had become lazy and I was
given only two months to get in shape and it
wasn’t enough. I started this film (War) on a bit of
a back foot because my body was not ready."
Farhan took to Instagram to share a
transformation image of himself. "The many
shapes and sizes of Ajju aka Aziz aka Toofaan.
What a ride. 18 months of relentless work but
worth every drop of sweat, every sore muscle,
and every pound gained and lost."
For ‘Dangal’, Aamir Khan had to flaunt a potbelly
as well as defined abs through the course
of the film. While he was given the choice
to wear a bodysuit, he opted for a fully natural
transformation that would look authentic
Bhumi agreed to gain 23 kgs for her role as
Sandhya in 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'. "I started
developing health problems... I don’t have a
problem with being overweight. But there’s a
thin line between being unhealthy and
overweight...I’m content with the way
I am right now.”
“For me, it all started in New York. I weighed
96 kg and had a year to go before I graduated.
The transition from pizza to salad and from lethargy to cardio is how I kickstarted
my fitness journey. I simply started eating
healthy and began working out when
in New York."
"While putting on 15 kgs for Mimi was a challenge,
losing those kilos wasn’t easy for Chubby Sanon
either! Having put on so much weight for the first
time ever and not working out for 3 months
(not even yoga), my stamina, strength, and
flexibility had gone down to zero!”
“Long way to go, but getting in shape for my
next project," said Arshad Warsi in an
Instagram post. American Wrestler John Cena
also reposted this image on his own
Instagram handle, leaving netizens thrilled.
Over the past few months, Emraan has
been updating his fans about his progress
by posting transformation pictures,
reportedly for his upcoming movie
‘Tiger 3’ alongside
Salman Khan and Katrina Kaif.
For 'Padmaavat', the actor built a daunting
muscular physique to fit into Sultan Alauddin Khilji's shoes. However, for 'Gully Boy',
the actor had to portray the role of a skinny rapper from the slums of Mumbai.
He had to bulk up again for 'Simmba',
where he played the role of a cop.
"#ShardulThakur in #BadhaaiDo. Being a pure
vegetarian and to strictly avoid any kind of
steroids, it wasn’t easy to get this
transformation but nothing seems
impossible when you love what you do.”
"Gaining 20 kgs and losing it all back
within a span of few months wasn’t the
only challenge that I faced while filming
this epic biopic (Thalaivi).
The wait is getting over just in few hours,
Jaya will be yours forever."
"I didn’t have the liberty being a female actor
to sit at home while I build my muscle and get
my body ready for the film, I had to do other
films simultaneously. I was shooting for multiple
other films while I was training for Rashmi Rocket."