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He's a style bhai now

A dekko into Suniel Shetty's forthcoming films, fitness mantra and style statement

Photo: Arun Roy Chowdhury

Hair raisingSuniel Shetty is growing his hair for his forthcoming films Fight Club and Chocolate

Suniel Shetty is more of a Hyderabadi today, what with his ventures there — he is seen flying down often to the twin cities. Catch him in his favourite `blue jeans and white shirt' statement and well, with one of his cool shades off the rack, from his eye fashion boutique Shades (he also happens to be chairman and brand ambassador of the chain). This time he sports a different hairstyle, not forgetting those extra biceps and ιlan.

"I grew my hair for Chocolate and Fight Club. The style suited the look the films required. Also I was sporting short hair for a long time now," he explains. His forthcoming releases include Hera Pheri and Dewana Hua Pagal that would be end-of-the-year release, and an earlier Dus, slated to hit the box office come June.

Any films for the Telugu audience? "None," says Suniel. "I was supposed to do a Nag film. And was looking forward to it. But there was a problem with dates," he adds.

Currently he is busy training himself for the mean machine look, which includes one and a half hour at the gym daily, and a diet plan. "Breakfast like a king, lunch like a commoner and dinner like a pauper," he explains. But he is quick to add his penchant for Thai cuisine and home made food, "I prefer home-cooked food, especially what my mom prepares," he confesses.

Another get-fit mantra that doubles as chill pill is his regular cricket game with his team in Mumbai. "No, it is not a film stars team. They are friends and we play regularly. Cricket is a great destressor," he explains as he gets back to the table. "We are one year old with Shades. There are more business plans for Hyderabad," says Suniel. Keep looking at this space as we keep you posted on new ventures from the `mast mast' star.

SYEDA FARIDA

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