Kareena silenced those who criticized her for being fat. She shocked the nation with her drastic weight loss and her size zero frame was the talk of the town for quite a while.
This Bollywood babe was not only fat but obese in her teenage days She was no less than a hundred kilos before she decided to cut the flab.The real Zarine came out and she impressed Salman Khan and landed a princessy role in 'Veer'.
Shotgun Jr. weighed a hefty 90 kgs before she signed 'Dabangg'. For her feminine role Sonakshi dropped down to 60 kilos. Sonakshi has gone on to lose a lot more weight and is now ultra slim and very hot, we might add.
Sonam was too busy to lose weight while assisting Sanjay Bhansali in his direction. She was a happy plumpy girl before Bhansali decided that he wanted Sonam as his lead in 'Saawariya'. This called for drastic weight loss on Sonam's part and that she did with perfection. With her lean and fit body and her amazing dressing sense, Sonam is the leading fashionista in the country.
We all know that Southern actresses are usually voluptous, and Asin was no exception When she entered Bollywood her weightiness showed on screen which must not have been very flattering. Slowly but steadily, she started shedding those extra pounds and he results are great. With this dedication, we're sure that Asin will be on of those with the best bodies in the industry.
Sameera was always someone with a fuller body and many admired her sexy curves. But slowly she started gaining quite a lot of weight (which we think is due to lack of film offers) which led her to hit the gym with a vengeance. Sameera showed off her toned body at a recent fashion show and we all think she looks marvellous in her new avatar.
One cannot really point fingers at diva Sushmita Sen for her awful weight gain. With two children to look after, several broken relationships behind her and hardly any Bollywood projects, one obviously loses the desire towards fitness or anything else. But Sushmita thankfully regained her slim frame and got back to her majestic self.