Actors life are not easy , see what sacrifices they have made


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Every profession is different in their own way , and every individual has to sacrifice for to succeed. Just like the actors profile some actors also made many sacrifices in their field. Let’s see

Ranveer Singh

He certainly tops the leader board with his off-beat performances. Not only did he isolate himself for a week, residing in a hotel in Juhu while shooting for the film, Bajirao Mastani; the actor refused to communicate with the people on the sets, except through chits! To get into the real feel of his strong character, Ranveer trained himself to develop the aura which the script demanded!


While shooting for the critically acclaimed film, Lootera, opposite Sonakshi Sinha, it is known that Ranveer actually pierced his skin multiple times, to perfectly portray the emotions on screen.

Aamir Khan

For every movie he does, he ensures he gives full justice to the character he portrays, especially in his looks. Just like he sculpted his body into eight-pack abs with rigorous hard-work, sporting a typical hair-cut throughout the tenure of the film’s shoot.

Alia Bhatt

With films like Highway, Udta Punjab in her list of accolades, Alia clearly knows her craft. She even went ahead with matted, bedraggled hair—for twenty days straight, to make her character of a labourer in the film Udta Punjab—look authentic.

Saif Ali Khan

You’d be amazed to know that Saif Ali Khan actually skipped brushing his teeth for close to 15 days, to make his teeth look dirty for real, and give personality to his character ‘Langda Tyagi’ in the film Omkara.

Hrithik Roshan

To actually feel the pain of his character, ‘Ethan’, an ex-magician who is stuck in a wheel-chair for 14 years—Hrithik spent hours on a wheelchair to understand and perfectly emote the helplessness and frustration of an amputee or a paralysed patient.

Randeep Hooda

Not only did he lose weight drastically for his role in Sarabjit, the actor claimed to have faced a hard-hitting bout of depression, on portraying the character of ‘Mahabeer’ in the Imtiaz Ali film, Highway.

Rajkumar Rao

For his role of a dirty and unkempt person in the film Humari Adhuri Kahani, National award winner, Rajkumar Rao refrained from showering for almost one month! “There is a certain kind of preparation involved in portraying different characters on screen … This is something I enjoy doing for them … but it also depends on the script. Sometimes, you get to do such preparations and sometimes you just have to go with the flow,” he said.

Varun Dhawan

The actor reportedly had a major impact on his mental health after shooting for his film, Badlapur. The film had heavy, dark violence, and was altogether very different from the roles Varun has played so far. The seriousness of the character, and the tragic fate he ends up with, pushed Varun into his own shell, and the actor confessed that he was depressed for a long time after the movie.


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