Bigg Boss Contestant Siddharth Shukla Has One Message: You have Only One Body, Respect it

Bigg Boss Contestant Siddharth Shukla Has One Message: You have Only One Body, Respect it

Siddharth Shukla rose to fame with his role as Shivraj Shehkar from soap serial Balika Vadhu, and has recently become part of Bigg Boss season 13
Bigg Boss Contestant Siddharth Shukla Has One Message: You have Only One Body, Respect it
Siddharth Shukla

Its been only a week in Bigg Boss house season 13 and contestant Siddarth Shukla has significantly expanded his fan-base not only outside but inside the Bigg Boss house too. Not only his cool and calm demeanor but also his head-turning physique could be a reason too that he is able to effortlessly sway everyone. Siddhartha Shukla is an ardent gym fan who is known for his lean body. His fascination with the gym dates back to the time when he was very young. The 32-year-old remembers making a makeshift gym in his building. “I’d lift a few weights and believe that I had grown strong,” he says, flashing a toothy smile. Now, of course, he’s far more serious about his fitness routine.

Let us get to know Siddharth Shukla’s secret behind his lean and fit body as he shares his fitness regime with us.

Sporty Since childhood: As a child, Siddharth represented his school in football, cricket, badminton, and table tennis.

Fitness Routine: Siddharth Shukla started gymming around the year 2000, and now, works six days a week, for two hours a day. The workout is oriented towards weight training, and he picks two body areas to work on every day and do the cardio workout twice a week.

Diet Meal: He is one of the first celebrities who were complete vegetarian since the beginning but has switched to eating chicken now. His diet consists of lots of proteins, green vegetables, and low carbs.

On Not So Healthy Days: Siddharth Shukla compensates for unhealthy eating by taking the stairs to his apartment on the 12th floor.

According to the Balika Vadhu star “It’s important that we treat our bodies with respect because it’s what we have to make do with as long as we live. Most Indians my age have desk jobs, which means they are busy with mental activity but used to very little physical exertion. We spend a lot of our time making money but if our body stops co-operating, working hard is all a waste. Even walking for half an hour a day is good enough.”

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