Jaaved Jaaferi, 54, Looks Like This Now. We're Impressed

"Wondering what four months of intense performances and strict diet do," tweeted Jaaved Jaaferi

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Jaaved Jaaferi, 54, Looks Like This Now. We're Impressed

Jaaved Jaaferi is celebrating his 54th birthday today. (courtesy jaavedjaaferi)


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  1. Jaaved Jaaferi celebrates his 54th birthday today
  2. Jaaved's picture is breaking the Internet
  3. "Wondering what 4 months of performances and strict diet do," he tweeted
Jaaved Jaaferi, man of talents, is celebrating his 54rth birthday today. Recently, Jaaved headlined the cast of the stage version of Mira Nair's Monsoon Wedding in the US. Awake at 3 am in Los Angeles, Mr Jaaferi was 'bored' and also in a questioning mood. "Wondering what four months of intense performances and strict diet do," he tweeted. The answer, in the picture of himself that he posted - ripped abs is what they do, but perhaps only if you are Jaaved Jaaferi. The actor-singer-dancer-what have you is 54, and let's just say that Naseeruddin Shah - whose role Mr Jaaferi has taken on stage - didn't look like this in the film.
 

Twitter is utterly awed. Politician Omar Abdullah wants his fitness secrets but doubts his own ability to adopt them. 'Going to the gym,' announced actor Ajaz Khan. Lots of others were mighty impressed as well. Mr Jaaferi, appreciative of the praise, has been tweeting his thanks.
 
 
 
 

Jaaved Jaaferi plays Lalit Varma in Monsoon Wedding the musical. The cast also includes comedian Namit Das and Outsourced star Anisha Nagarajan.

Jaaved Jaaeferi, son of comedian Jagdeep, wears several hats but is best known for his work in films such as Salaam Namaste, in which he played the hilarious Crocodile Dundee-caricature Jaggu, and 3 Idiots, in which he was the real Ranchordas who sent Aamir Khan's character to engineering school in his place. His last film outing was 2015's Malayalam language Picket 43. Jaaved Jaaferi is also known as co-host of talent show Boogie Woogie and fought (and lost) the 2014 Lok Sabha elections on an Aam Aadmi Party ticket.
 

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