From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

Apr 12, 2018, 10:50 IST
  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Industrialist Mukesh Ambani's son, Anant Ambani lost nearly 108 kilograms in a period of 18 months. His weight loss story is one of grit and sheer will power. Ambani was often riddiculed for his appearance, with many blaming his privileged upbringing. Anant's condition was aggravated by his medical condition. He suffered from chronic asthma. The medication he took, led to 'medicine induced-obesity'.Lots of late nights, bad eating habits and lifestyle issues ensured that the weight stayed put on Ambani

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Inspired and motivated by his family, Anant Ambani decided to take his first steps towards getting fit. Anant's progress was monitored by celebrity trainer Vinod Channa.Being diabetic and asthmatic, his fitness levels was supervised by Dr. Andre Chimone. Anant's fitness routine was a mix of cardio, yoga, functional training and strength training.Right before his 21st birthday, Anant Ambani was able to achieve the unthinkable. He reached a weight of 100 kilogrammes, and ended up weighing less than the weight he lost

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah's health was a victim of his busy schedules and late night meetings. Untimely snacks just seemed to pile on to his 2014 self.Pic/AFP

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Sheer determination helped Amit Shah shed 20 kilogrammes through diet and excercise. The now healthier leader, is advising other BJP memebers take care of their health better. Pic/AFP

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Anant Ambani's elder brother, Akash Ambani also struggled with weight issues. Seen here on the right, Akash decided to lead a healthier and fitter life. Pic/Youtube

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    Change in eating habits and cardiovascular training helped Akash Ambani reduce his weight drastically. Pic/AFP

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has not always been at his fiitest. The young leader has always struggled with weight-related issues

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    For those wondering about Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis’ recent slim and trim appearance, here’s the secret: sources swear that our doughty Man at Mantralaya has been diligently working out with none other than holistic health and fitness guru Mickey Mehta. Not only this but the Mehta holistic health guidance has been sought by Amruta Fadnavis, the CM’s banker wife

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Sapna Vyas Patel is the daughter of a prominent Gujarat politician. The once unfit young woman, decided to turn her body around with strict excercise. Pic/Youtube

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Vyas' claim to fame was that she had lost 33 kgs in record time to move from fat to fit. She has since been sharing popular tips on weightloss on social media

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    BJP leader Kirron Kher was not at her healthy best several months back. Politics and her acting schedule seemed to pile on the weight on her

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Kirron Kher followed healthier eating habbts to shed over 15 kilograms. Her weightloss journey was an inspiration to many

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Randeep Hooda's sister, Anjali Hooda's weight touvhed 200 pounds due to unhealthy eating habits and long study sessions during medicals chool

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    It was in 2006 that Anjali realised the amount of weight she had gained. When she went to the USA for her Medical Residency Program she weighed 90 kilograms or 200 pounds. Her focus on losing weight and desire find a sustainable solution to healthy weight loss led Anjali to do her Fellowship in Obesity Medicine and Clinical Nutrition under Dr. Christopher Still, DO. It was during all this trainig that Anjali lost 35 Kilograms or 77 pounds

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  • From Anant Ambani to Devendra Fadnavis, these famous people went from fat to fit

    Born in 1980, Eman weighed 500kgs at her highest weight. She became famous after being flown into Mumbai’s Saifee hospital for Bariatric surgery.Pic/AFP

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    Eman Ahmed managed to shed 65 kgs, before she died in September 2017 at a UAE hospital due to health complications

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    Rajya Sabha MP and actor Anupam Kher was not at his fittest best. However, his wife, Kirron Kher's weight loss journey inspired him to do more. Pic/AFP

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    With regular excercise and under his wife's disciplined eye, Anupam Kher became fitter. He now looks his lean best. Pic/AFP

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Devendra Fadnavis, Adnan Sami Khan, Sonakshi Sinha and these 27 other famous personalities followed rigorous excercise and diet schedules to shed all the extra flab. Take a look at their inspiring weightloss journeys

 

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