Did Mahesh Babu Undergo Plastic Surgery?
Mahesh Babu’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check whether he has undergone cosmetic surgery!
Mahesh Babu is a famous media personality, producer, and actor. He is also well-known for his philanthropic works. He is the owner of G.MAHESH BABU ENTERTAINMENT PVT. LTD. He debuted when he was just four years old in the movie, NEEDA. He has worked in more than eight films as a child. In the year 1999, he did his debut role as an adult in the film RAJAKUMARUDU. He is one of the most attractive celebrities in India.
He started dating Namrata Shirodkar during the shoot of the movie Vamsi in Australia. They stayed in a relationship for four years and got married on 10th February in 2005 in Mumbai. They were blessed with a son on 31st August in 2006. They named their first child as Gautham Krishna.
Mahesh Babu's Plastic Surgeries
To gain this prominence, even he had to resort for cosmetic surgery, for making his hair dense by hair transplantation. Like his father, Super Star Krishna, even he was susceptible to the baldness and worried about the continuous hair loss.
Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Mahesh Babu has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Mahesh Babu. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
Quotes by Mahesh Babu
"I always believe that one can't interfere in another's work. Once I start work on any film, I surrender myself completely and blindly follow the director."
"Whatever my father did were great films. I don't want to remake any of them."
"Men who are not loyal to their wives are foolish."
"Emotions should be real; one shouldn't come across as acting."
"Srimanthudu' was very important for me and my career at that time, so I was tensed. But for 'Brahmotsavam,' honestly speaking, I am more excited because of its content. I have attempted something new, and I am keen to see how the audience receives it."