Aamir Khan is known as Mr. Perfectionist for a reason. But what most people may not know is that Aamir had to work equally hard to get back into shape to play the younger version of Mahavir Singh Phogat. The actor is now out with a video that documents his fitness journey and which introduces all those involved in the process, including his fitness trainers Rahul Bhatt and Rakesh Udiyar. In the video, they discuss how Aamir Khan worked on his body and that he insisted the film be shot in reverse order starting from the time he gained weight to when he lost 25 kgs so that he had some sort of motivation to get back into shape. In the video, the trainers explain in depth how they opted for a customized diet plan for Aamir after consulting renowned dietician Dr. Nikhil Dhurandhar. In order to gain weight, Aamir could indulge in all forms of food items such as samosas, chocolates, ice creams and the like, on a daily basis. The real challenge was how to shed the weight and for that, Aamir stuck to calorie count system.
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Earlier this year, indianexpress. The 5-minute, second video follows Khan from the time he had gained weight to play the elder Mahavir Singh Phogat to losing around 25kg to play the younger part. The video introduces the many people intimately involved in the whole process, from his fitness trainer Rahul Bhatt to Rakesh Udiyar, bodybuilder and fitness trainer. They talk about how the actor mentally and physically worked on his body so as to get into shape. Of course, we all know how Khan insisted that the film be shot in reverse — his fat look first and then the bit with his lean look, so that he had the motivation to get back into shape in record time. They opted for a customised diet plan in consultation with renowned dietitian Dr Nikhil Dhurandhar on calorific deficit for Khan, in which the diet would oscillate from 1, kCal to 2, kCal. The tricky part came when he had to shed all that extra flab, which is where diet was key. I still stick to calorie count system. He recently further clarified that he would eat 25g of Upma with g papaya. That would be followed with a protein shake and tuna sandwich of just a slice of bread. For lunch, there were rotis made of 30g of grains along with some vegetables.