Here's the sixth, the newer bits begin 17 seconds in. The seventh is at the bottom of this post:
As someone who spends only about seven hours a week at the gym, about half in the weight training room, I certainly appreciate all Aamir has gone through to achieve this look. Three hours a day of this is not at all easy, no matter how one looks at it. In typical Aamir fashion, he came out the other day saying if his look is what the audience remembers more than the film, the film is not good enough. Here's that video. I'm confident we'll see him walk the talk next week.
For now, enjoy this fun and telling video, basically the making of Aamir's Ghajini physique. It also features a glimpse of Director A. R. Murgadoss. If you want to watch it in full screen mode, visit this link. From the first few seconds alone, we can tell the background score by A. R. Rahman is going to rock!
For the record, he does not intend to maintain the physique, and has in fact been losing some of the mass for his next film 3 Idiots, in which his character requires a relatively leaner look.
Finally, here's a promo for Aamir's appearance on Oye! It's Friday hosted by the one and only Farhan Akhtar. Also present is the lovely Tanushree Dutta. From Farhan's blog post on the episode comes some candid (and true) discussion:
The term six pack has suddenly become a part of our vocabulary over the last year. Aamir’s Ghajini body is the latest example, but one must remember that he worked to achieve that body [only] for a look. While I think it is great to be fit and commendable to achieve such a level of fitness, it’s also a little tragic how today everyone is expected to have a perfectly sculpted body. But it’s not a natural form and real people don’t have six packs. Previously, potential actors were gauged on their dancing, acting and horse riding abilities. Added to the list they now say ‘good body bhi hai’. A good body has become a prerequisite for an aspiring actor. I am thinking of putting on weight for my next role just to prove a point.
Happy Friday! There's lots more to discuss through Ghajini's release.
This promo was revealed at Oye! It's Friday: