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Sameera loses seven kgs for Tezz item song

Thanks to Munni and Sheila, item songs have become a big deal in Bollywood. So it’s not surprising that Sameera Reddy is putting her best foot forward for an item number in Priyadarshan’s upcoming film, Tezz.

bollywood Updated: Nov 15, 2011 17:32 IST
Prashant Singh

Thanks to Munni and Sheila, item songs have become a big deal in Bollywood. So it’s not surprising that Sameera Reddy is putting her best foot forward for an item number in Priyadarshan’s upcoming film, Tezz. The actor, who plays a club dancer in the film, lost about seven kilos for the part.

The actor followed the strict GM (General Motors) diet to achieve the desired result. “Her close friend Neeta Lulla told her to go on the GM diet, which was extremely difficult, but it worked wonders. She followed it for a week. Besides, she also swam and worked out religiously everyday,” informs a member of her management team.

SameeraWhen asked about the song, Sameera refused to reveal any details, but she says with a smile, "I am excited to dance on the peppy track. And I’ve lost oodles of weight for it, so I’m confident that it will be another hit like Sheila and Munni!" The song has been composed by Sajid-Wajid.

Besides shaking a leg, Sameera will be seen as a speed-junkie in Tezz, who loves the thrills of riding a bike. She also learnt whitewater rafting and did a few bike stunts for the action film. In fact, Sameera had to start training for her action scenes three months prior to the shoot.

Priyadarshan’s Tezz stars Anil Kapoor, Ajay Devgn, Kangna Ranaut, Zayed Khan and Mohanlal.

The GM Diet
The seven-day long diet should ideally be followed only once in a month or once in two months. It involves eating only one kind of food (fruits, chicken etc) for one entire day. It is known to be highly effective. However, it has received a lot of criticism among fitness experts for its extreme treatment, which also does not keep the weight off permanently.