look. And what is more surprising is the fact that the
usually shy and diffident Surya has undergone stringent
diet and gym routines to acquire this look.
recently revealed his looks to a tabloid letting a sneak
peek of his rippling muscles. His six packs will debut
for the Gautam Menon directed Vaaranam Aayiram where
he is said to play the role of a school going boy (you
heard it right!) who goes on to become a macho man in
the second half. Surya underwent the rigorous dietary
and workout routine for about four months building up
his muscles without seeking the help of steroids or
enhancement pills. Alkhas, actor Aamir Khan's trainer
is behind Surya's workout and diet routine and the results
are more than satisfactory.
Surya also disclosed that he would retain the looks
for his next venture Ayan that went on floors recently.
This precisely means that the actor would have to follow
his egg whites few slices of brown bread green vegetables
diet and more hours of workouts at the gym. He already
seems to have sacrificed his favorite mom's homemade
delicacies and not to mention, his share of Jyothika's
chocolate brownie dessert while eating out with her.
After all, being a trendsetter has its own ups and downs.
Tamil cinema has always branded muscled hunks as villains
(remember Riyaz Khan?) and considered those looks to
be mean. For that matter, South India always preferred
its heroes and heroines to be rotund - a whole different
meaning for being healthy. In Telugu though, Allu Arjun
seems to be redefining the rules by baring his torso
to show off his rippled muscles.
Who knows, Surya's six packs could evince interest among
his colleagues and some day Tamil cinema will make six
pack abs a mandate for debutants.