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Aamir Khan weighs 90 kg for his next film ‘Dangal’

"I am a vegetarian now. I can't even eat eggs... I am 90 kilos now. I used to weigh 68 kilos at the time of shooting 'PK'," said Aamir.

By: Press Trust of India | Mumbai |
Updated: March 12, 2015 4:55:33 pm
aamir khan, dangal Aamir Khan has revealed that he has buffed up and now weighs 90 kilos in order to look like a wrestler in his upcoming film ‘Dangal’.

Bollywood star Aamir Khan has revealed that he has buffed up and now weighs 90 kilos in order to look like a wrestler in his upcoming film ‘Dangal‘.

(Read: Aamir Khan learning wrestling, Haryanvi language for ‘Dangal’)

The actor, who turns 50 on March 14, is currently preparing for the Nitesh Tiwari-directed film, which will go on floors in the next coming months.

aamir khan, dangal

Besides putting on 22 kilos, Aamir has turned vegetarian and also learning Haryanvi for the film.

(Also Read: Aamir Khan quits non-vegetarian food, turns vegan)

“You can see that the preparation is on for ‘Dangal’. The film is going on floor in next few months but we have not blocked the dates. The casting is still on. I am learning wrestling and learning Haryanvi,” Aamir said during the DVD launch of his last film “PK” here last evening.

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“I am a vegetarian now. I can’t even eat eggs… I am 90 kilos now. I used to weigh 68 kilos at the time of shooting ‘PK’,” he added.

‘Dangal’ is reportedly based on the life of wrestler Mahavir Phogat and his daughters – Geeta, Babita and Sangita. Mahavir along with Geeta and Babita also made an appearance on one of the episodes of Aamir’s issue-based TV show ‘Satyamev Jayate’.

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