Apr 19 2018

News: Himeshji is excited about his upcoming projects

Published by at 6:34 pm under HR Interviews

Singer-actor Himesh Reshammiya, who made his debut as an actor with the 2007 film Aap Ka Suroor, seems to be the latest actor to join the gym bandwagon.

We had heard that Himesh had been hitting the gym religiously for his role in an upcoming film and his latest picture, in which he is seen flaunting his ripped physique, absolutely blew our minds away. According to Himesh’s trainer Irfan, he works out diligently and never misses out on any session. Irfan gushed about how Himesh has transformed himself completely through a disciplined workout regimen and added that his hard work will definitely be an inspiration for many.

When asked to comment on the same, Himesh said, “For me the journey has just begun and the excitement for me is to rediscover and reinvent everything about my music or looks with every project and take it to the next level.”

For the man who has given 700 hit songs and has already done 10 films as an actor and 12 reality shows as a judge and has been performing in every city of the world, it would be an apt thing to say that his journey has just begun. Reinvention seems to be the mantra for Himesh Reshammiya.

Article Credits: MovieTalkies.com

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