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Here is how Rana Daggubati is preparing for Baahubali 2

Rana Daggubati is back to his training sessions to get the look of Bhallala Deva for the Baahubali's sequel.

By: Express Web Desk | New Delhi |
April 26, 2016 1:22:32 pm
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Rana Daggubati, who was seen playing the role of Bhallala Deva in the critically acclaimed, S.S. Rajamouli directed Baahubali is back to his training sessions to get the look of his character for the film’s sequel.

Daggubati was shooting for the film Ghazi before this one, in which he will be seen playing a tall and lean navy officer. The actor shed a few kilos for his role in the film. But to get into the skin of Bhallala Deva, he will have to put on the lost weight again for which he has already started his training sessions.

Rana said, “To gain fat, you need to sit around and eat. But I needed to gain muscle, which is a difficult, scientific process. The hardest part is sticking to the routine of a strict diet and vigorous training for months in a disciplined way. He also adds that he finds losing weight easier than bulking up. “I had to just reduce my protein intake for Ghazi so my muscle size and weight dropped”

After breaking all records with the first part, SS Rajamouli is ready to bring forth the second part featuring Prabhas in lead.

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