TV actor Shashank Vyas who shot to fame for playing the role of Jagya in popoluar TV show ‘Balika Vadhu’ is focusing on his fitness these days and has now shed his boy-next-door image & turned into a hot hunk.
The actor is gymming since the last five months and was working hard to make his body well-toned. The actor’s amazing body transformation will surely give you major fitness goals.
In a conversation with Times of India, the actor said, “I wasn’t getting good offers after JNDSD, so I decided to hit the gym. I worked hard on myself for five months. It included rigorous training of four hours a day, comprising abs workout, cardio sessions and a strict diet sans rice, roti, sweet and salt.”
The actor also reduced his social outings to stay focussed on his goal. “Whenever my friends planned a party, I lied that I was out of town. I didn’t want to waste my energy roaming around aimlessly; I didn’t want to skip my meals either. Fitness is extremely expensive, so I cut down on my expenses and shopping to become fit,” added Shashank.[ecp code=”4″]
The actor believes that his new look will allow him to explore more genres, including mythology. “Talent is important, but fitness is also of prime importance today. Mujhe hero banna hai. If I take up a mythological show, I will be required to be bare-chested most of the time. So, don’t you need a body to flaunt then? People will know that I can transform myself as per the requirement of the character. Until now, people thought I am capable of playing only certain characters. There have been times when I was told at auditions that I am not macho enough to pull off some roles, but now, I have opened up a new dimension. I don’t want to be typecast; this is an attempt to reinvent myself and be a complete package,” he says.
There is no doubt that actor has worked hard and result are quite evident. The new makeover makes Meherzan look handsome and charming. After consistently working out, the results are for everyone to see.
Well, these pictures are sure to give you fitness goals, isn’t it?