Celebs’ fat to fit journey

Created by Anjum Seth - 30th Apr, 2013
Interests Tagged #Bollywood
#Bollywood Fashion
Celebs’ fat to fit journey

It is astonishing to note how some of the biggest star-kids loose their baby fat in a matter of months. Once the Bollywood bug hits our beloved 'star kids', the quest for a leaner, meaner body begins.

It all started with Anil Kapoor's 'hari-bhari' daughter, Sonam Kapoor. The dusky Kapoor 'beti rani' was naturally a well-fed baby girl, a typical trait that stems from any Punjabi khandaan.

Soon after, the baby grew up and realized education was a concept that held no meaning for her. So what did the little girl do? Well, she went running to her Papa Kapoor who politely told her to get her act together, lose some weight, 'coz beta, Bollywood haina!

So it all began with Sonam Kapoor and the latest star-kid to join her bandwagon is Alia Bhatt. Alia Bhatt is the daughter of producer/director Mahesh Bhatt and actress Soni Razdan.

The blue-eyed girl first made her foray into the 'filmi' world way back in 1999 in Akshay Kumar-Preity Zinta starrer, 'Sangharsh'. Little Alia was all of 6 when she gracefully played the part of the younger version of Preity Zinta in the movie.

After her small movie stint, Alia Bhatt disappeared from the movie scene and concentrated on academics. Now, 13 years after facing the camera for the first time, Alia Bhatt came back and HOW!

The young chubby girl is now fit and fabulous.

But how do these celebrities manage to shed off their weight in such little time? From Arjun Kapoor to Sonam Kapoor, all star kids were chubby during their teens and flaunted a perfect 6-pack before making their Bollywood debut (sigh).

Well, there are no free lunches in this world my friends. These kids had to work their mind-off! They were kept on a strict diet that lasted for over 6 months and had to hit the gym twice a day!

Well, we all know that with the perfect blend of exercise and diet, anyone can lose weight. Instead, it is the dedication that differs from person to person.

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