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Abhishek Bajaj had to shed weight for his chocolate boy look in Babli Bouncer

Tamannaah headlines the film directed by Madhur Bhandarkar that directly releases on Disney+ Hotstar on September 23

Abhishek Bajaj had to shed weight for his chocolate boy look in Babli Bouncer
Abhishek Bajaj
  • Srivathsan Nadadhur

Last Updated: 05.21 AM, Sep 17, 2022


Abhishek Bajaj's story in the entertainment industry is that of persistence, will-power and sheer determination. From making his mark in a TV show to taking up supporting roles in films, Abhishek tried his hand at many mediums and roles and it took him a while to finally turn a male lead with Madhur Bhandarkar’s Babli Bouncer headlined by Tamannaah Bhatia. He plays the romantic interest of Tamannaah in the film and has already caught many eyeballs with his presence in the trailer. 

The actor's physical transformation has been the talk of the town for his role in Babli Bouncer ever since the trailer released. In times when actors constantly talk about bulking up for their roles, but here Abhishek had to shed some kilos for this film. Having a fit and healthy lifestyle for a major part of his career, Abhishek has a ripped physique (whose pictures he constantly posts on social media), but he had to give that up for Babli Bouncer. 

Abhishek’s last release Chandigrah Kare Aashiqui had him cast in the role of a body builder, for which he had to maintain that physique. However, in Babli Bouncer, he essays the role of a software engineer and had to lose some muscle for the same. For Chandigarh Kare Aashiqui, Abhishek went on a no sugar diet for his six pack abs and look muscular playing a body builder. Now, he had to shed that weight to look like a chocolate boy in the Madhur Bhandarkar directorial. 

Now, the result is for everyone to see. Babli Bouncer starts streaming on September 23 on Disney+ Hotstar. Produced by Vineet Jain and Star Studios, the film is co-produced by Amrita Pandey and has music by Tanishk Bagchi and Karan Malhotra. Amit Joshi, Aradhana Debnath and Madhur Bhandarkar have written the story and screenplay. Amit Joshi, Aradhana Sah and Sumit Ghildiya wrote the dialogues.