Ranveer Singh Diet and Fitness

WRITTEN BY Divya Bhati news

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On 'Ranveer VS Wild with Bear Grylls,' Ranveer Singh will show off his daring and adventurous side.

Hottest in the town

He is currently Bollywood's hottest selling star. From a chocolate boy look in Dil Dhadakne Do or the muscular look in Padmavat he has made everyone skip a heartbeat on his looks.

The Mantra

It's not about being thin for him, it's about staying healthy. He enjoys working hard and does not skip workouts. So be it A muscline body in Padmavat or athelect in 83 he is all handsome and fit.


The key to Ranveer Singh's diet is eating healthy home-cooked meals. He tries to eat as little junk food as possible. High protein low-fat diet and that’s one of his biggest secrets.

To gain Muscle

The protein-rich diet aids in muscle maintenance and Lamb, chicken, and salmon are his favourites, and they also provide the necessary protein.

High Protein Requirements

For the high protein requirement, he takes protein shakes as mid-meal snacks, which aid in muscle repair. His day begins with a healthy dose of carbs that gradually decreases throughout the day.

On his plate

Breakfast – A banana and an egg white omelette. Lunch/ Dinner – Chicken/ Fish with some veggies Snacks – Dry fruits (walnuts/ almonds) and protein shake.

No to Alcohol

He also abstains from alcohol. Alcohol weakens your immune system, which is not what you want when working hard to get those rock solid 6 pack abs.

Eating on Time

Ranveer Singh believes that in order to stay fit and maintain a healthy diet, one should eat every three hours.

The formula

He follows a strict diet and believes in the 80:20 rule. Diet accounts for 80% of the work, while training accounts for 20%.


Exercise twice a day, six days a week. Mornings- cardio session which was followed by a 25 minutes mobility drill- usually 40 – 45 minutes.

Evening Workout

The evening workout was more intense. It consists of an hour or an hour and a half of heavy weight lifting and training.


He also focuses a lot on high-intensity interval training (HIIT) with burpees, push-ups, and power moves such as squats and deadlifts, as well as mobility training.

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