Rajamouli has clearly stated that there is no Baahubali if it is not for Prabhas. In fact Prabhas' macho appearance is what that has inspired the director to create the world of Baahubali. So, wouldn't you want to know what goes into Prabhas' diet plan to keep up his 'Baahubali'cious avatar?
Well! Prabhas has put on about 17 kilos of weight to be Amarendra Baahubali in the epic drama and to support his toned physique since three years, he has been following a strict diet as well as a fitness regime, which is not so easy.
"I've seen a few actors working out hard, but I haven't seen anyone hitting the gym with a vengeance, like Prabhas. You'll be thrilled to see his 'monster look'. Prabhas is very determined to build a Hulk-like body and the best part of his work out is that he's enjoying it. He's not working out to prove a point, but is relishing the exercise, which is the significant part," said a source close to Prabhas.
A recent interview revealed that, Prabhas believes that one gets the right abs in the kitchen. Apparently, a strong nutritional support and healthy home-made food is the secret behind Prabhas' macho avatar. His workout sessions include one and half hours of gym in the morning and another couple of hours in the evening.
Also, Prabhas follows a balanced diet of vegetarian and non-veg food, ensuring proteins and carbs are always in the diet plan. His everyday breakfast includes 42 egg whites, 250 grams chicken and fresh fruits. 7 small meals consisting of brown rice, oat meal and veg salads along with fibrous carbs like broccoli, spinach, pasta with some garnishing serves his lunch.
Want to get in shape like Baahubali? Now you know how to achieve it. Eat healthy and hit the gym guys!