Govinda & sanjay dutt HAIR TRANSPLANT

Govinda & sanjay dutt HAIR TRANSPLANT

Govinda: His films kept topping the box-office charts but his hair didn’t. The more money and fame he acquired, the more he lost his hair. Following the footsteps of his closest pal from the industry, Salman Khan, Govinda also underwent a hair transplant surgery. In an interview with TOI, the actor had admitted having undergone the knife and had said, “Arrey, isn’t hair important? Which man would say he is okay with lesser hair on his head.”

Kapil Sharma: If you have seen Kapil Sharma before he reached the pinnacle of success, you must have immediately realised the amount of money he must have spent upon himself for his grooming. The comedian-turned-actor, not only lost oodles of weight but got back a lot of hair before making his big appearance with ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’.

Sanjay Dutt: Even from the beginning of his career, the actor had a receding hairline. And as time moved on, we saw him with bald patches and wispy patches of hair. ‘Chal Mere Bhai’, ‘Vaastav’; these were the movies during which his hair trouble was quite evident. However, look at Sanju now. The actor not only has a lot of hair on his head but keeps shocking his fans with his hairy-experiments.

Amitabh Bachchan: ‘Laal Badshah’, ‘Qila’; on one hand his films were flopping and the on the other, the legendary actor was badly losing his hair. Bald patches, wispy hairline was quite visible while he was shooting for ‘Mrityudaata’. However, Big B bounced back both, professionally and hair-wise with Kaun Banega Crorepati. Though we don’t have an inside scoop, it was revealed that Amitabh went for a hair transplant and when it didn’t work he opted for a wig, which he wears till date.

Six Irish celebrities who

Wayne Rooney was the person that made getting a hair transplant normal for me. Since then, hoards of celebrities have come forward to reveal their follicle treatments.

Here, we list some of the big Irish names who have decided to open up about their experiences due to the pressures of television.

But, don’t they look great?

Marty Whelan

“I’m in a business where your appearance matters and if you don’t look right on TV that is hardly conducive to a long future,” he told the Guide after changing up his appearance back in 2014.

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