Fighter BTS: Hrithik Roshan Enjoys Beetroot Halwa After Months

Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan, renowned for his dedication to onscreen character transformations, recently shared a delightful post-wrap celebration of his meticulous 14-month-long high-protein diet for his Fighter character, 'Patty.' After attaining the desired lean and agile physique of a Fighter Jet Pilot, the actor took a moment to indulge in a well-deserved cheat meal, captured in a behind-the-scenes video. 

The recently released behind-the-scenes video from the song Ishq Jaisa Kuch showcases Hrithik Roshan savoring the victory of completing his rigorous dietary routine. The actor, often referred to as the Greek God of Bollywood, can be seen enjoying sweet treats, breaking free from the dietary restrictions that defined his journey to achieve a lean look. 

In the video, shared on YouTube by Tseries, Hrithik is presented with a tempting spread featuring Beetroot halwa, protein brownies, and moong dal halwa. The actor, visibly impressed, exclaims, "Oh My God, after 14 months, this has hit my soul." Taking a bite of the delectable offerings, he expresses pure satisfaction and swiftly devours all the treats within minutes. The actor, known for his disciplined approach to fitness, humorously requests the crew to keep his indulgence a secret, playfully guarding his moment of breaking the fitness regime. 

Sharing the joyful clip-on Instagram, Hrithik wrote, "My Ishq Jaisa Kuch Moment with Food " perfectly conveying the spirit of his successful journey. 

This delightful moment follows Hrithik Roshan's earlier revelations about the sacrifices and discipline he maintained to adhere to his dietary routine. During the shoot of Ishq Jaisa Kuch in Italy, the actor shared insights into his travel meal hacks, highlighting his commitment to staying on track with his fitness regime. Describing the sacrifice of "staying hungry" during travels, Hrithik showcased his dedication by packing six boxes of pre-packed home-cooked healthy meals, each providing around 130 grams of protein and veggies, consumed every three hours. 

As usual, the actor is quite disciplined with his exercise and diet plans. The film Fighter, directed by Siddharth Anand is Hrithik Roshan's debut foray into 3D cinema, and it is also widely considered to be the first aerial action franchise film in India. A lovely post-wrap indulgence adds a sweet accent to Hrithik's journey of commitment and discipline in achieving cinematic perfection, as anticipation for Fighter rises