Shah Rukh Khan, Bollywood’s King Khan, is renowned worldwide for his acting prowess and charisma. One aspect that has always intrigued the public and his fans is his remarkable fitness, prominently displayed in his recent films.
Fans were spellbound by his impeccably chiseled physique in his blockbuster movies “Pathaan” and “Jawan.” In a previously shared video on Only My Health, King Khan himself shared the insider details of his fitness regimen.
During the interview, Shah Rukh Khan revealed,
“I adhere to a fairly regular diet. I have two meals a day, with no snacking in between—just lunch and dinner.”
Furthermore, he emphasized his preference for a straightforward diet, stating,
“I mainly consume uncomplicated foods like sprouts, grilled chicken, broccoli, and occasionally, a small serving of lentils.”
This dietary routine remains consistent throughout the year, with these two meals as his staple.
Reports suggest that, to prepare for “Pathaan,” the 57-year-old actor followed a significantly modified diet plan.
His regimen included skinless chicken, egg whites, and beans.
He also incorporated protein-rich foods and high-carbohydrate pre-workout snacks to maintain energy levels during his intense training sessions.
Shah Rukh Khan ensures he stays well-hydrated by consuming ample water and natural liquids like coconut water. He avoids artificial sugars and prefers incorporating fresh fruits into his diet as supplements.
Shah Rukh Khan’s incredible physique garnered widespread acclaim in his recent film “Jawan,” where he made a significant impact at the global box office. Directed by Atlee, the movie also stars Nayanthara, Vijay Sethupathi, Priyamani, and Sanya Malhotra, with a cameo appearance by Deepika Padukone.
Produced by Gauri Khan and Gaurav Verma under Red Chillies Entertainment, the film features music by Anirudh Ravichander. Upon its release on September 7, “Jawan” became the highest-grossing Indian film of 2023. At present, it holds the distinction of being the second highest-grossing Hindi film and the fifth highest-grossing Indian film globally in terms of box office collections, having crossed the monumental milestone of over 1100 crore worldwide.