Many actors put in a lot of effort and attention to their roles, but others go above and beyond to make an impact. Whether it involves altering their physical characteristics, perspectives, or feelings, they are prepared to go to any lengths to fully embody their personas. The following are some of these remarkable transformations that astounded me:
Salman dedicated his all to the film “Sultan,” as seen by the change in him. He did not just put on and lose weight. He initially dropped weight, gained weight, then lost a significant amount of weight again—which was incredibly challenging.
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Ranbir Kapoor, who is well-known for having a muscular figure and attractive appearance, went above and above to fully embody actor Sanjay Dutt for the biography titled “Sanju.”
He went above and above to embody his persona, which may sound ridiculous. In order to seem undernourished for his role in the film “Trapped,” he dropped roughly 7 kilograms in just 22 days by eating very little.
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The actor acquired 10 kilogrammes for one character and then shed 15 kilogrammes for another while filming “Rafuchakkar,” a show about a cunning con artist and master of disguise.
For his role in the film “Dangal,” which is based on the lives of Indian women wrestlers, Aamir Khan underwent a number of radically altering physical changes. He put on 25 kilograms, but in just 5 months, he was able to shed them all.
In order to play a man who is imprisoned in Pakistan in the movie “Sarabjit,” Randeep Hooda had to lose almost 18 pounds in just 28 days. In the film, he seemed quite different thanks to some artistic makeup.
All of these changes are admirable and motivational to observe because they demonstrate the extent actors will go to in order to provide their finest performance and fully inhabit the roles.