So, worry not! If they can do it, so can you. But for now just sit back and enjoy the ride as we look at the celebs who went from Fat to Fit!
She fought intense media scrutiny following her debut film- Veer. She was almost written off by critics for her larger than frame screen presence. However, the actress worked extremely hard on her fitness and has now finally shed off all those extra kilos. Way to go Girl!
(She took on from 100 kgs and is now 55 kgs.)Sonam Kapoor
On number 2, we have our darling 'Miss Style Icon' of Bollywood “Sonam Kapoor”. Sonam who is known for her clothes rather than her acting skills weighed 86 kilos before she signed her first film Saawariya. She reduced 30 kilos to get that sexy subtle look in her film.Alia Bhatt
The young star of Bollywood who made her debut as a lead actress with Student of the Year was not always as gorgeous as she looks now. This debutante was made to follow a strict diet under Daddy Mahesh Bhatt’s supervision for 3 months. Result? Alia was 16 Kgs lighter on screen after shedding all that puppy fat.Sonakshi Sinha
Well, on number 4, we have the beautiful Joker, Oops! daughter of Shaturghan Sinha. These Mast Mast Nain of Sonakshi once had oodles of fat beneath them. But to become Salman’s "Rajjo" Sonakshi reduced 30 kilos to get her svelte figure for Dabaang.Parineeti Chopra
She is the current heartthrob of almost every man. (We are still figuring out the reasons!) Parineeti herself admitted in media that before joining films she wasn’t just chubby but very fat.
Hmm…Wonder, Did Didi Priyanka give any of her secret fitness tips to Parineeti?
Remember, the actress who flaunted her athletic body with those 6 pack abs in a bikini? Yes, we are talking about the daugher of Dharamendra and Hema Malini- Esha. She was shunned by the industry for her baby fat in her debut film “Koi mere dil se Pooche”.Kareena Kapoor
The Poster face for size-zero- Kareena, was lashed out by critics for her figure when she did Yeh mera dil pyaar ka deewana. But Kareena did a strong comeback in Tashan. She put the screen on fire by flaunting her super sexy and ultra slim body in her debut bikini scene. Her incredible shrinking figure became a national obsession almost overnight.Katrina Kaif
Our super gorgeous Sheela too had her days of baby fat. Yes, Katrina was never fat but wasn't fit either. Well watch her first film “Boom” (at your own risk!) you will see the difference between then and now. That sharp and symmetrical jawline was definitely missing in her initial days in Bollywood.
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Our Bollywood ladies are not the only one struggling with weight problems.
Son of producer Boney Kapoor- Arjun made his debut in the industry with Ishaqzaade.
Arjun who flaunted his six pack abs in Chokra Jawan song, weighed 130 kilos before being signed by Aditya Chopra in his film.
Recently been seen doing Boom-Boom on screen, Jackky Bhagnani looked exactly the opposite in his childhood days.
Before his debut film Kal Kisne Dekha, he weighed 130 kgs.
Jacky who now confidently poses for those shirtless pictures, had to go under grueling exercise regime and strict diet plan for over two years to lose 60 kgs.
Singer, who used to travel with a custom-made wheelchair just because of his weight, literally shocked the world with his drastic weight loss in 2007. Adnan, who weighed 206 kgs, lost over 130 kilos in just one year.
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Wondering who is he? Well, he is the son of original Disco-dancer of B-town Mithun Da. Aftermaking an unsuccessful debut in Jimmy, Mimoh lost oodles of weight. After that, he looked so different, that it was difficult to recognize him in his come-back film Haunted.Adhyayan Suman
The ex-boyfriend of Kangna Ranaut who did his debut in Raaz- The Mystery Continues, was quite "Big" as a teenager. Adhyan lost 45kgs in 5 months to get his perfect physique.
With an inspiring Daddy Shekhar Suman for motivation, we assume, this wouldn’t have been such a problem for Adhyan.