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Here's why Salman Khan has opted for a lean meat diet

Updated on: 31 December,2016 08:28 AM IST  | 
Sonil Dedhia |

In a world where objectifying a hero's body is the norm to get the audience drooling, actors have to take good care of their physique. And being Salman Khan comes with a lot of responsibilities

Here's why Salman Khan has opted for a lean meat diet


Salman Khan
Salman Khan

In a world where objectifying a hero’s body is the norm to get the audience drooling, actors have to take good care of their physique. And being Salman Khan comes with a lot of responsibilities. Busy juggling 'Bigg Boss' and Kabir Khan's 'Tubelight', the actor will soon start shooting for Ali Abbas Zafar's next directorial, 'Tiger Zinda Hai', a sequel to the hit 2012 film 'Ek Tha Tiger'. Turns out, Bhai has already started prepping for his role with a low calorie diet.

Low-calorie chicken dish. Representational picture
Low-calorie chicken dish. Representational picture


Salman frequents The Korner House in Khar with family and friends and is apparently big on eating out, but has now been watching what he eats. A source at the eatery tells us, "Bhai is moody. Normally, he likes to indulge in good, rich delicacies, but of late, he seems to be on a controlled diet. These days, he has just been ordering flat bread. The chef prepares a special low-fat chicken dish to go with it."

The star recently launched a mobile app through which fans can interact with him and also come across trivia about him, including his workout regime and diet. Revealing his fave food, Salman had said, "My all-time favourite will remain the yellow dal cooked by my mother. I love simple food like rajma-chawal, and roti-sabzi. The kind of food I eat is really important since I like leading a fit lifestyle. I avoid processed and sugary food."


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