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OMG! Dhoom star Uday Chopra appears shockingly unrecognisable in his recent pics
Everyone remembers Ali, played by Bollywood actor Uday Chopra in all three 'Dhoom' series films. The jocular character made the audience roll out with laughter with his amusing slapstick comedy.

But sadly, playing Ali couldn't do much for the actor Uday Chopra's career which never really took off. However, the actor is once again in the limelight, but unfortunately, not for his acting prowess.

Uday, who is the son of legendary producer-director Yash Chopra, is generally known for his well chiseled muscular body with six-pack abs. However, his latest photos will definitely make you wonder whether the man in the picture is Uday Chopra whom you last saw on screen! The actor was recently clicked in Mumbai looking quite chubby and overweight.

After the latest pics of Uday Chopra went viral, the actor was trolled on Twitter for his shocking body transformation. Social media users started body shaming the actor, mocking at his unhealthy and 'fit-to-fat' look, which soon become a hot topic of discussion..

Uday Chopra

The 44-year-old actor who had made his acting debut in the movie Mohabbatein which was produced by his father's production house Yash Raj Films, had last appeared on screen in the Aamir Khan starrer Dhoom 3 in 2013.

The actor is now the owner-manager (CEO) of Yash Raj Films (YRF) Entertainment and manager of Yash Raj Films along with his brother Aditya Chopra, who owns the company.

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