Suniel Shetty reveals his formula of gaining and losing weight – GQ India

Posted: October 22, 2020 at 5:58 pm

Suniel Shetty is among the fittest gentlemen in the country. We regularly see him flexing his guns on the gram, and in the pre-Covid world, saw him engage in combat with Rajinikanth on the big screen, in the latters Tamil film, Darbar.

His next projects include Mumbai Saga, a crime-drama flick, that'll also feature John Abraham, Emraan Hashmi, Rohit Roy, Prateik Babbar and Gulshan Grover, among others in pivotal roles and Mosagallu. As we await details on both these projects, and continue getting inspired by Suniel Shettys buff posts on the gram, one things for sure, his flexing prowess isnt going anywhere, and well probably see a lot more muscle in these two flicks.

In an interview with Filmfare, the actor told the magazine that he credits his build to eating natural food and training hard, and it is not fair to compare physiques. We all have to understand that everybody has their beauty and strength. We have to develop that strength. If I'm stronger than you today that's because I have been training regularly. The day you will start training you will be as strong as I am. Some bodies take longer and some grow faster. So it's the format of training that is important. You want to lose weight then do light weights. You want to gain weight then do heavier weights. It's very simple, he said.

Suniel Shetty further adds that Indias the land of the healthiest food with its many options in pulses, and based on our Ayurvedic principles, the world has realised how good coconut oil, coconut water, turmeric and turmeric milk are. They really are! And, talking about Ayurveda, heres a complete guide to eating right according to its core principles.


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