Hrithik Roshan Observes 23-Hour Fast To Stay Healthy Amid Lockdown; Says ‘Discipline Equals Freedom’

Hrithik Roshan, who is known for taking his workout regime and diets seriously, shared that he has been fasting for 23 hours. Check out his post

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Hrithik Roshan Observes 23-Hour Fast To Stay Healthy Amid Lockdown; Says ‘Discipline Equals Freedom’
Hrithik Roshan is perhaps one of the fittest Bollywood celebrities and while he maybe 46 years old, he definitely doesn’t look his age. The WAR actor can give the younger stars a run for their money when it comes to fitness, and he is an inspiration for many of his fans out there. Having gone through multiple obstacles and health problems in his life, it is no secret that Hrithik takes his workout regime and diets seriously. Not just that, he also often shares videos to inspire his fans.

Lockdown hasn’t stopped Hrithik Roshan from his goals and his workout regime is still going strong. He often shares his transformation videos and they are no lea than inspiring. In case you’re wondering how he manages to stay fit even amid lockdown, well, Hrithik just shared it with his fans. While of course, he must also exercise daily, but this time he revealed that he has been fasting for 23 hours! He shared a selfie of himself, and a screenshot showing how long he fasted for.

Sharing the post, he wrote, “. 23hour fast. #healthyliving #resilience #disciplineequalsfreedom.” Take a look:


Well, of course, his chiseled body doesn’t come easy. It does take a lot of effort and discipline! Even earlier, Hrithik Roshan had advised his fans to get their daily dose of sunlight. Posting a sun-kissed selfie, he wrote, “Get your shot of Sun. Every day. 10 mins. Find a way." ALSO READ: Hrithik Roshan’s Ex-Wife Sussanne Khan On Spending Lockdown With Him, ‘Give More Time To Making Beautiful Memories’




Image Source: Instagram/hrithikroshan
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