Aamir Khan‘s body transformation video for ‘Dangal’ has been facing flak from certain sections of the fitness world. The video depicted Aamir Khan’s physical transformation from a 97 kg overweight man to a fitter 77 kg young wrestler. A professional gym trainer asserted in a video that it’s highly impossible for a 51-year-old man to lose 20 kg in a span of six months and it cannot be possible without the help of supplements.
Now, Aamir Khan’s wrestling coach for the movie, Kripa Shankar Patel Bishnoi who is an Arjuna awardee, has refuted all these rumours of Mr Khan taking Steroids. Speaking to a popular web portal, he said, “Steroids are banned medicines. The World Anti-Doping Agency and National Anti-Doping Agency catch and punish those players who use steroids. Steroids destroy your body. Aamir Khan’s training program had nothing to do with steroids. It was all about the right diet. Aamir built his entire fitness regime on the calories one needs to lose extra body fat. One’s fitness level depends on one’s training and diet.”
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He further added, People who say Aamir used steroids are those who don’t want to work. Every man can make a body like Aamir Khan. To say he used steroids is absolute nonsense. These people like fooling others. If I say something false, people may find it entertaining. But the truth is you imbibe good things. All other things said about him are wrong. I have not seen Aamir taking steroids. He used to drink juice in front of me. Aamir is not someone who applies shortcuts in his life.” Let’s see what the man himself, Aamir Khan has to say on this.
‘Dangal’ directed by Nitesh Tiwari will be releasing on December 23, 2016.
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