From 100 kilos to a dream look, what does it take? Dedication, hard work, and most importantly an unrelenting desire. Actor Gautam Arora may have a ripped body today but this wasn’t always the case with this lad. The actor who will appear in a cameo role with Ranbir Kapoor and Deepika Padukone was an overweight teenager who had to shed about ample of kilos before he came in front of the camera.
Starting his mission when he discovered his love for acting, it was a couple of years of grilling sacrifices before the weight loss showed. For the love of acting once he set his mind, he wanted to make sure he did it the right way. Gautam Arora did not want to follow quick weight loss methods. Thus from acting, to dancing, to stunts to body sculpting, Gautam went through a lot of rigour to hone his skills.
Actor Gautam Arora who feels elated to have lost weight says “I usually question myself, Is losing weight enough to become an actor? Well, nothing is enough to become an actor in Bollywood. I used to feel very anxious and uncomfortable because of my weight since I wanted to lead in the movies. Acting is a visual medium and actors usually have the pressure to look good, hence I decided to shed those extra kilos”
“As a kid, I avoided all forms of exercise and sports. Being a Punjabi I couldn’t deprive myself from punjabi delicacies so I joined a gym. But I had no idea what a nightmare a gym can be for a fat kid. I had always wanted to be an actor and dreamed of flaunting six-pack abs. Now finally I am living the dream” says Gautam Arora
So as we can see, losing weight isn’t that hard; all one needs is proper guidance, dietary control and motivation. If Gautam Arora can do it, so can you!
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