Kriti Sanon Gains 15 Kg For Her Next Movie, Here's How You Can Gain Weight The Healthy Way

Kriti will be seen playing a role that showcase the actress weigh up to 70 Kilos. Kriti is a true champ, and is ready for every challenge.

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Kriti Sanon Gains 15 Kg For Her Next Movie, Here's How You Can Gain Weight The Healthy Way
The 29-year-old bollywood star, will be soon playing the role of a surrogate mother is who makes all the possible efforts to fit the bill which means piling on the kilos! While you usually get to know how stars got in shape for a role, Kriti Sanon is making efforts to gain 15 kilos!

Kriti will be seen playing a role that showcase the actress weigh up to 70 Kilos. Kriti is a true champ, and is ready for every challenge. In an interview she said, "I'm excited to see the transformation. It's a role very close to my heart and I want to give every damn thing I can, even if that means not taking up any other work in the process."



Impressive Transformation

Putting on 15 kilos will be one of the impressive transformation, for certain people gaining weight is not as easy as it sounds. Someone who always had same lean figure, Kriti knows that the transformation will test her endurance levels. 


While talking to the media, Kriti once said, "For me, putting on kilos is actually a big challenge as it's very new for my body. Indeed I need to fight my metabolism and increase my calorie intake to gain that much weight in a short time."

Kriti Sanon has now started gaining weight for her upcoming movie, Mimi. She posted a picture of her morning breakfast, which had a halwa, puri and desi chana, saying that the process of weight gain has started.


Mimi also features actors Sai Tamhankar and Pankaj Tripathi in lead roles and is slated to hit the big screens in July 2020.





Image Source: instagram/kritisanon
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