As we all know bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan is one of the most popular stars throughout the world. He has a massive fan following and is a well-recognized actor in world cinema. Needless to say, the actor has worked really hard to achieve massive success.
King Khan gives his one hundred per cent whichever role he takes. His true passion to look the part and working on his body for it could be seen in two of his films, Om Shanti Om (2007) and Happy New Year (2014). He is all set to flaunt his ripped physique in the upcoming film Pathaan as well so now we are going to tell you how Shahrukh has done such amazing transformation on his body….
Shah Rukh Khan’s Diet Plan
SRK includes non-fat milk, skinless chicken, egg whites, legumes and lean cuts of meat. He refrains from eating refined grains such as white bread and white rice. Grilled or raw veggies are also included in his daily diet as a source of macronutrients.
While he has also ruled out artificial sugar, he supplements it with fresh fruits. At all times, he keeps himself hydrated with water, and fluids like coconut water and fruit juices. His love for black coffee is well known. The superstar sometimes has even 30 cups a day.
Shah Rukh Khan’s Workout Plan
His personal trainer Prasant Sawant revealed to India Today that the Pathaan star’s workout plan consisted of no more than 45 minutes of extremely vigorous sessions which were a blend of rehab workouts, strength training and cardio. Since he is one of the busiest actors, he normally works out late in the evening and it’s a mix of rehab workouts, cycling and cardio.
Sawant said, “He can do everything. He is a solid sportsman and his spectacular spirit is something youngsters should learn from. He happily trains at 2 am and gives his 300 per cent at each workout session. He actually performs better than 20-year-olds and his intensity only keeps getting better! I make him do a mix of cardio and strength training. He trusts me completely, so I can make him perform the most difficult workouts with child-like ease. As a trainer, I also think from a doctor’s perspective and make sure he does what is required for his body; I never let him over-train.”