Salman Khan said, “I’m not gaining weight but gaining muscles for ‘Sultan’, and that is difficult. It is not fat… You have to follow a strict schedule.”
Salman Khan, who promised his fans a “double size” avatar in “Sultan”, is gaining muscle for the upcoming film instead of piling on weight. He says it’s “difficult” and requires “a lot of hard work”.
“I’m not gaining weight but gaining muscles for ‘Sultan’, and that is difficult. It is not fat… You have to follow a strict schedule, but then it makes you stronger and fitter. It takes a lot of hard work,” Salman told IANS.
Bollywood’s “Dabangg” actor, who will turn 50 in December, followed in Aamir Khan’s footsteps for Ali Abbas Zafar’s “Sultan”, in which he will be seen as a wrestler. Aamir has been in news for his weight fluctuations for his film projects and that has raised concerns in the family over his health. But Salman said that it’s not the case for “Sultan”, which will hit the screens on Eid 2016.
The actor asserts that as he is not gaining weight or adding fat, there are no health complications involved.