Ranbir Kapoor Diet Plan

Bollywood actor and superstar Ranbir Kapoor is the heartthrob of many a girls. Born on Sept 28 1982, the son of Rishi Kapoor made his début in 2007 with Saawariya. Although the film bombed, he was noticed for his chocolate looks and baby face. His body was bought into limelight with movies like Bachna Ae Haseeno, and he firmly established his position with performances in Rajneeti, Wake Up Sid and Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahaani. A good diet is essential behind the success of every actor, so lets find out how Ranbir Kapoor stays fit.

Ranbir Kapoor Diet


Ranbir Kapoor clinched the title of “Sexiest Asian Man” and he deserved it, considering the effort he put in (he won by an overwhelming margin, according to sources). Well trained in Jazz and Ballet (the lean body gives you a hint, right?), he also took diction, dance and horse riding classes.

As far as his diet is concerned, he says:

“I am a complete non-vegetarian. There is a singular lack of vegetables in my diet, so my mom (she’s the policeman in the house) makes vegetable juice for me in the morning. It contains all the possible vegetables, so I get my intake,” jokes Ranbir Kapoor.”


Ranbir’s diet at home is controlled and governed by his mother (Mama’s boy ?? ). His diet at home is as follows:

Early Morning: He gets either orange or mosammi juice, and half an hour later, a glass of hot water with honey and a few almonds.

Breakfast: He gets vegetable juice, which are changed day to day. Since he is a pure non-vegetarian, he lacks vegetables in his diet, and this is the way his mother Neetu found to give him vegetables (ingenious ;) )

Lunch: Lunch is Indian usually. One vegetable and dal, without rice, as Ranbir Kapoor prefers rotis or paranthas with ghee ;) His favourite dish is bhindi (lady-finger…hmmm…lady here too :p ). He prefers home cooked food and carries it with him on shoots.

Snacks: He has fruits in the evening or egg/chicken sandwiches (made from brown bread).

Dinner: Dinner is usually a barbeque/roast chicken with boiled vegetables. Ranbir Kapoor avoids rotis at night.

However, all this planning and detail go for a toss when he visits his grandmother in Chembur, where he lets his guard down. He is served irresistible stuff there


However, since now Ranbir Kapoor is hot commodity, he hired the services of trainer Pradeep Bhatia to keep him fit. Pradeep gave Ranbir the following diet plan to follow

Ranbir Kapoor Diet Plan under Pradeep Bhatia


Breakfast for Ranbir Kapoor is milk with cornflakes, a banana/egg omelette with brown bread toast and a glass of fresh juice. He can have black/espresso coffee.


Lunch for Ranbir Kapoor consists of a tandoori chicken with dal and two rotis.


Its fruits and juices, accompanied by green and Darjeeling tea for Ranbir on the sets.


Dinner consists of a grilled salmon, fish and chicken.


Like any fitness freak, Ranbir Kapoor takes some supplements in the form of Multi- vitamins and whey protein shakes twice a day, once after workouts and once after dinner.

However, Ranbir has a weakness for the cold drinks he endorses, and occasionally cheats on his diet with an odd slice of cake.


Ranbir Kapoor also has weakness for his grandmother’s food. And if you thought it ended here, he claims he cant resist buying salami and cream cheese. His other favourite cuisines are Italian and Chinese. He finds comfort in chicken curry, dal and roti when he feels depressed

To know about the workout routine of Ranbir Kapoor, follow this link:

Ranbir Kapoor Workout

One thought on “Ranbir Kapoor Diet Plan

  1. Rasha

    When it comes to diet, he should follow Shahid Kapoor’s example.
    Ranbir may look pretty good on the outside, but on the inside his body is going through hell because of the meat. Plus if he he drops meat from his diet he’ll likely look even better on the outside :)


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