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Sonakshi Sinha's drastic physical transformation prompts fan to call her 'duplicate Sona'

Sonakshi Sinha's new Instagram pictures, debuting her absolutely fabulous physical transformation, has left fans and friends pleasantly shocked. The actress shared pictures of her 'workout from home' routine. She captioned her post, 'When #WFH for you means Workout from home. #gharperaho (stay at home).' In the pictures, she was seen posing in sportswear, flaunting her toned midriff as she worked out in her apartment. Several people took to her comments section to talk about how fit she has gotten, impressed by the newer, slimmer version of Sonakshi. Dharma Productions CEO Apoorva Mehta commented, 'Unbelievable! Your looking like a different person!!' Fitness trainer Namrata Purohit called her a 'Pilates girl' and Priyaank Sharma wrote, 'Ufff.' Where one netizen wrote, 'Huge weight loss great.', another called her 'duplicate sona'. We can’t deny the fact that Sonakshi’s drastic transformation has given us some serious fitness goals. From a chubby young adult to a fit diva, today, the actress is a body-positive fitness icon for many people, especially those struggling with weight issues. Sonakshi, who weighed around 90 kilos when she began her weight loss journey, shed almost 30 kg before entering Bollywood. Her first film was the Salman Khan-starrer 'Dabangg'. In an interview once, she revealed how she felt about shedding that extra weight. She said, 'It was a huge achievement for me. And I was so proud of myself. But people were still talking about how much I weighed and how I looked.' Bullying in the young years is also something Sonakshi has vocally spoken about in the past. She once said, 'You know, I was always an overweight child. I used to be 95 kilos in school. People bullied me, and the boys called me names. Now, she says she doesn't bother what names people call her and is only focused on being fit for herself.

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