Hrithik Roshan’s Fitness Trainer opens up interesting details about Greek God’s Transformation

Hrithik Roshan also known as “Greek God” was born on 10th January 1974 in Bombay, Maharashtra. According to the UK-based Eastern Eye journal, Hrithik is the hottest Asian man in the world for 2019 and the last decade.

This Greek god of Indian cinema has an unbelievably toned figure for a mortal being. Fitness is never simple, and for Hrithik, maintaining that sculpted body and god-like figure requires hours of training and a strict diet.

His training consists primarily of cardio and weightlifting. He stunned the world when he shed 10.5 kilograms and three inches from his waist in ten weeks for his flick Krrish 3. His fan following spreads across nations who follow his activities and take a keen interest in the happenings of his daily life. 

Hrithik Roshan's Fitness Trainer opens up interesting details about Greek God's Transformation

Hrithik was born with 11 fingers with two thumbs in his right hand. He considers his thumb to be lucky but it is not frequently seen in his movies. Hrithik Roshan made his big on-screen debut in the year 2000 with the movie ‘Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’. Following that he went on to win his first Filmfare Award for both Best Actor and Best Male Debut. 

Hrithik Roshan’s Fitness Trainer opens up interesting details about Greek God’s Transformation

Meanwhile, Hrithik Roshan’s fitness trainer has now opened up interesting details about the actor’s transformation. It is cognizance of the fact that Hrithik Roshan has a well-toned body and is fit as a fiddle.

The Bollywood star underwent a grueling 12-week body transformation for “Fighter” under the assistance of international celebrity trainer, Kris Gethin.

Meanwhile, Kris Gethin said, “What a lot of people do not know about Hrithik, is that he works really hard. I remember working with Hrithik back in like 2013, and he didn’t take a day off for 7 months.

He worked his ass off and sometimes those hours were like starting at 4 o’clock in the morning, finishing at 7 o’clock in the evening. And it’s exhausting work but he would always hit his targets, eat his meals, go to bed early. Of course sometimes it was a struggle if he had to shoot throughout the night but he would always get his workouts in.”