Dangal is an upcoming Indian biographical sports drama film directed by Nitesh Tiwari. It stars Aamir khan as Mahavir Singh Phogat who taught wrestling to his daughters Geeta phogat and Babita kumari. Fans of Aamir khan are eagerly waiting for Dangal. According to filmmakers Aamir khan has done a lot of hardwork in this film. He had to gain 25 kg weight for the role of “Mahavir Singh Phogat” and release too.
Aamir khan avatar for Dangal is out
Aamir Khan shared his teachings with regards to body transformation on his own blog post, on May 16th, 2010. Diet, exercise and rest are 3 things which everyone should follow to lead a healthy lifestyle. The Bollywood superstar claims that a balanced diet is 1/3 fat, 1/3 carbohydrates and 1/3 protein, and suggests you head to a qualified dietician if you wish to lose weight. According to Aamir khan eating less is not a part of balance diet. And we couldn’t agree more. When you starve yourself, your body actually starts to store fat. Aamir in fact, ate small meals frequently to increase his metabolism rate. He adds, “During Ghajini, I was eating every half hour!”At the time, he used to have whole eggs for breakfast, green leafy vegetables with meat for lunch, and grilled meat with salad on the side for dinner. In between, he used to munch on nuts and drink protein shakes, especially before a workout, and drink at least 3-4 litres of water.This change has come in handy though, since his character in Dangal is vegetarian too.
Actor is currently following a strict diet plan under the supervision of Dr. Vinod Dhurander to reach his desired goal. His diet is a balance of carbs and proteins, and includes 9 meals in a day.”As far as his diet for his Dangal look isThe concerned, it is believed that eats every two hours and his meals are balanced with carbs and protiens. He has been following a strict diet plan to loss weight and build a muscular body.
Aamir believes that walking, jogging, swimming and yoga are all great ways to exercise. He highly recommends weight training for those who are interested in building muscle and sculpting their body. According to him the the purpose of rest is always underestimated. During Ghajini, as a rule, he slept for at least 8 hours every night.