Bollywood star earns huge amounts of money and live a lavish life. They have earned good name and fame with their acting skills but our B-town celebrities always try different looks for each film and they go to great extant like gaining weight or shed a few kilos or shave their head. Below is the lists of few Bollywood stars who did not think twice to shave their head to suit their character for the film.
Bollywood super hero Salman Khan who works very hard in preparing for a role always tries different avatars. In upcoming Yash Raj Film 'Sultan' he cropped his hair to play a wrestler role in film. This is not for the first time he has shown his scalp, he spotted with a bald look in intense romantic drama 'Tere Naam' which was released in 2003.
Bollywood Mr Perfectionist Aamir Khan who is quite selective with films always takes drastic makeover to look perfect to fit in the role. For his upcoming film 'Dangal' he had gained weight and he will be playing the role of a wrestling coach Mahavir Phoghat. Generally Wrestlers have less hair and he did not hesitate to get off his ‘crowning glory’. Earlier he went bald for super hit movie 'Ghajini' and showed off his eight-pack as well.
Bollywood talented hero Sanjay Dutt also went bald for 2012 remake 'Agneepath'. In the film he played negative character and his shaven head looked apt for the role.
Arjun Rampal who loves playing different roles on-screen shaved of his head for 'Ra.One' film. The gorgeous hero went bald as he was playing a villain character on-screen.
Young talented Bollywood super hero Shahid Kapoor gained huge female following with his looks and physic. The dream boy of girls was also spotted with a bald look in Vishal Bharadwaj's film 'Haider'(2014). His look was accepted by fans and he got all that he deserved with the success of the film.
Bollywood most romantic hero Ranveer Singh always loves doing different roles with different avatar. In recent super hit movie of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Bajirao Mastani he was spotted in a bald avatar with a long twirling moustache.