Aamir Hussain Khan is an Indian film actor, director and producer. He became one of the leading actors of Hindi cinema. Starting his career as a child in his uncle Nasir Hussain’s film Yaadon Ki Baaraat (1973), Khan began his professional career eleven years later with Holi (1984) where he had his first commercial success with Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988). He won his first National Film Award (Special Jury Award) for his roles in Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988) and Raakh (1989). After eight previous nominations in the 1980s and 1990s, Khan won his first Best Actor award for his performance in the blockbuster Raja Hindustani (1996), later picking up his second Best Actor award for his performance in Lagaan , nominated for an Oscar. who started his own production house.

Aamir Khan’s Height: 1.68 Meter ( 5’6″)

Aamir Khan’s Weight: 74 Kgs

 Aamir Khan’s Workout:

“He used to get tired exercising and sometimes even used to shriek in pain and cry doing the stomach crunches, but he did not skip a single day. Every week his body used to show results and that kept him going,” added His Trainer. Apart from this he was also doing half-hour to an hour cardio and abs everyday. As for abs I read he used to do 1,000 crunches everyday. Elaborating on Amir’s workout regime, Chaurasia said: “We used to work on two body parts in a day for around 1.5-2 hours followed by 45 minutes of cardio exercises. We divided the days between chest and back for day one, arms – biceps and triceps – on day two, shoulder and legs on the third and full body rest on day four. We used to repeat the same schedule consecutively”.

Aamir stated, “I have to bring down my weight to 60 kg with just 10 percent body mass. So that’s going to be a task.”

 Aamir Khan’s Diet:

Aamir opted for a very balanced diet, which does not contain much protein, balanced with carbohydrates. So, he claims that having 1/3 carbohydrates, 1/3 protein and 1/3 fat is a diet to follow. Also, in his diet, Aamir uses 16 eggs a day. And of course, he avoided sugar, potatoes, bananas, red meat, fried egg yolks. Although Aamir’s dietitian Satyajit Chaurasia advised him to drink 3 teaspoons of oil daily.

“Actually, Aamir eats a lot and healthy. He eats 12 meals a day and consumes at least 4 liters of water. He’s stayed away from sweets, so he’s pretty good at resisting junk food.”

Aamir’s Daily Diet:

Breakfast – Fruits, egg whites, muesli with green tea
Midday – A fruit or vegetable juice
Lunch – Dal, roti, sabzi and curd
Evening Snack – Tea/cheese cubes/rusk
Dinner – Boiled vegetables/grilled chicken or fish