Masaba Gupta, a designer-actor, is the lightest she has been in ten years. She told her admirers that she had practically healed her PCOD (Polycystic Ovary Syndrome). Masaba took to Instagram on Friday to post a photo of her physical makeover.
Masaba Gupta is seen in the photo-taking a mirror selfie while wearing a sports bra and shorts. She appeared to have shed a significant amount of weight. Masaba noted in her caption on her change, “I am just as dedicated to my health as I am to my career and my relationships. Every day, tell yourself this. You must make one aspect of fitness non-negotiable in your life. It all starts with that.”
Masaba Gupta also discussed how she achieved her desired body weight. “My 7-9 a.m. workout/walk/yoga routine is non-negotiable… On a weekday, no ordering in outside meals! Ghar ka khaana is simple. No amount of tension, no previous celebration, and no phone call can distract me from this. This non-negotiable has helped me virtually cure PCOD, go off medicine, focus better, and enjoy time off with friends and family with the food and drink I love on the weekends even more.”
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“I’m the lightest I’ve been in ten years today and want to show to myself that a lot of hormonal difficulties we females face occasionally can be solved by changing your nutrition and making physical exercise your emphasis!” she said.
“What are some of your stipulations? Please tell me in the comments.”
Masaba’s famous pals were taken aback by her message.
“Masaba masaba masaba fan girl bro hugs,” Kareena Kapoor Khan posted.
Actor Ali Fazal also talked about how changing appearances can be taxing on an actor. It was a pleasure to read this as a male, if I may say so. I’ve gone through so many changes for work that no one realises the toll it takes and how, at times, a part of my mind turns off to all stimuli. And it’s only through attention and diet that we can almost believe our bodies are great gods inside themselves, capable of the unfathomable at times. Congratulations!! And thank you for doing so. Inspiring, to be sure. Nothing can ever take me away from yoga now that I’ve begun it.
“Woooowwww Masssuuuuuu Amazingggg Incredible lady,” wrote Malaika Arora.
Ashwiny Iyer Tiwari, a filmmaker, commented, “Greetings, @masabagupta Thank you for bringing up PCOD. This is one of the most crucial posts in the life of a lady who has struggled with PCOD for a long time. Mood swings, bloating, and unexpected weight gain Yoga, walks, and only low-intensity workouts have been beneficial to me during the last four years. Where I made the decision to stop taking medications. Everyday meditation, healthy energy, and a cheerful state of mind are what I want. And it’s starting to reflect in my entire view on life.”