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First look of Ajay Devgn in the film Singam unveiled
Ajay Devgn has not looked any fitter. The first look of his upcoming movie Singam, in which he reprises the role of Tamil superstar Suriya, was unveiled to the media. Ajay Devgn's new look has been a subject of speculation for a while.
AJAY DEVGN'S much talked about movie Singam, which is being helmed by his director friend Rohit Shetty, started its first leg of shooting in Goa. In the movie, he reprises the role of Tamil superstar Suriya. Right ahead of the shoot, the film's publicity started out on a good note with the first look of Ajay Devgn being uncovered. So far, it had been kept under wraps.

In the movie Singam, Ajay plays the role of a tough cop - for which he dons a beefy look. People associated with Ajay who helped him in getting this look state that Ajay had to work hard to gain the raw and manly look for Singam.

Rohit Shetty, the director of Singam told a popular tabloid that everyone associated with the movie tried to achieve for Ajay Devgn the physique of a man who could bash up 20 people, if he so wished.
It's not a six-pack look. Anybody can achieve that with injections and steroids. The manliness has to come through as he plays a tough cop who is from a village on the Maharashtra-Goa border. It is a raw action film filled with hand-to-hand combat scenes, something one rarely gets to see in movies in this day and age of high-tech gadgetry.

In order to get the desired look, Ajay started intense training for three months to get the perfect cuts and looks. He was also kept on a strict diet, which mainly comprised of high-protein and low-carb food at an interval of every three hours.

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