Prabhas as Amarendra Bahubali became a national sensation owing to his heart-melting looks and Greek God physique. Prabhas has proven in every way that he is the right choice for this iconic character. Bahubali spent a year in pre-production and Prabhas might be surprised to learn that he already started working on the body eight months before production started. He underwent an extensive makeover throughout the film to blend into the character’s skin. Prabhas did not sign another film or commercial during his three years with Baahubali.
Prabhas definitely has great stature. His height is 6 feet 2 inches. However, like the actor, he weighs 85kg and has a slim figure, so he was not suitable for a big drama. In the first part, Prabhas reached a weight of about 105 kg, and his weight increased by 20 kg. To bring Amarendra Bahubali to life, Prabhas gained another 30kg for his Bahubali. The Final sequel reached around 135kg. Statements are circulating on the internet that Prabhas scaled to 150 kg for the sequel. Building muscle this way required a strict diet and a very detailed training plan.
Prabhas had to gain 20kg in 6 months and had to stick to a high-calorie diet with an emphasis on non-vegetarian foods to create a high protein diet as natural as possible. . Prabhas’ diet was maintained at 2000 to 4000 calories a day, divided into six meals for him throughout the day. Prabhas followed a policy of small, balanced, and regular meals. He was eating after every two hours. Some media reported that Prabhas started the day with 40 egg whites to build his muscles faster. Egg whites were half-cooked and mixed with protein powder. Some places mentioned that 40 eggs were collected during the day. The chicken was a regular part of his diet, along with eggs. He ate 500 grams of chicken per day. He also ate plenty of vegetables such as nuts, almonds, broccoli, spinach, and fish to provide his body with all the nutrients it needed for its significant benefits.