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Randeep Hooda worked hard to lose 30 kgs for his role as Vinayak Damodar Savarkar in the movie Swatantrya Veer Savarkar. This has started a discussion on Twitter, with some people praising his dedication and others worrying about his health. Actors often change their bodies significantly for movie roles. Here are some examples from Bollywood:

Aamir Khan gained 25 kgs for his part in Dangal, then lost it again for the second half of the movie. He played the older Mahavir Singh Phogat and weighed 95 kgs. He decided to gain weight naturally instead of wearing a body suit.

Bhumi Pednekar put on 27 kgs for her role in Dum Laga Ke Haisha. She had to work hard to lose the weight and get back in shape for her next movie in 2017. She went from 93 kgs to 56 kgs in two and a half years.

Rajkummar Rao lost 17 kgs in 22 days for his movie Trapped. He ate only one carrot and drank coffee every day to look malnourished for his role. Later, he gained 11 kgs for the web-series Bose, where he played the part of Subash Chandra Bose.

Randeep Hooda lost 18 kgs for the movie Sarbjit. He survived on coffee and water to prepare for the role.

Vidya Balan gained 12 kgs for The Dirty Picture to play the part of Vijayalaxmi. She wanted to look like a typical actress from the South Indian film industry.

Salman Khan put on 15-18 kgs of muscle weight for Sultan. He had to work hard to gain muscles and follow a strict schedule.

Ranbir Kapoor gained 13kg for the biopic Sanju. He focused on building muscles and not gaining fat.

Kareena Kapoor lost 20kgs to have a size zero figure for Tashan. She did yoga and followed a strict meal plan to achieve this.

Hrithik Roshan gained weight for Guzaarish to play a paraplegic character. He ate a lot of fried food to gain weight and have a 36-inch waist for the first time.


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