Evergreen Bollywood star Anil Kapoor has turned 60 on Saturday and still it doesn’t seem like how one of the most energetic actors of the industry carries the same charm and persona which he used to possess at the start of the career.
Ageless, Niche, Impeccable, Lively, these are not just acronyms out of Anil Kapoor's name but also the commendable qualities which Anil Kapoor possess.
Anil Kapoor is one such star who seems to have discovered an elusive fountain of youth, which keeps him going at the age of 60 years or we should say with time Anil Kapoor has timeless apart from being ageless.
So what makes him like this? What is the secret behind the energy and fitness to our very ‘Lakhan’?
Last year on his birthday, Anil Kapoor had insisted on taking a good care of the body. He said, 'You owe it to your body to treat it well.' Anil accepted that he firmly believes in taking a good care of his body.
Getting inspired from his routine, here some of the ‘Jhakkas’ fitness mantras from the ‘Jhakkas’ man himself:
'It’s just a matter of discipline to stay fit and healthy'. Anil Kapoor follows a proper and disciplined diet regime. How the food is cooked, really matter to him. This is why Anil Kapoor always looks dashing and stylish.
The ‘Nayak’ star has really worked hard to stay slim. He eats carefully and knows what is good for his body. Anil Kapoor believes that one has to give up some pleasures to achieve a desirable fitness goal.
Playing the role of a father in ‘Dil Dhadkane Do’ and still looking young and dashing, Anil firmly believes that one need right people around them, one with good habit. People with bad habit tend to influence you to overeat.
Anil has accepted that whenever he sees someone more fit like than him, he feels that he should work harder on his body. Another major mantra to fitness is- sleep. Sleeping well is really important, improper sleep stress your body, Anil feels.
Last but not the least, Anil Kapoor believes that Positivity is the key to his existence.He really finds a lot of inspiration from Dalai Lama. He feels that ‘If you lie to yourself and to others, you're bound to be unhealthy.’