Dangal Girl who played Babita Phogat shocks fans with her drastic transformation

Dangal Girl who played Babita Phogat shocks fans with her drastic transformation

Many child actors from the 90s and early 2000s have captivated us with their transformations into handsome hunks and gorgeous divas. From Sana Saeed of Kuch Kuch Hota Hai to Ahsaas Channa of Kabhi Alvida Naa Kehna, these actresses have all matured, continuing to steal our hearts. Today, let’s explore the journey of yet another child actress who is a Dangal girl.

Dangal girl

Recall Suhani Bhatnagar, the young actress who portrayed Geeta Phogat’s younger sister in Aamir Khan’s Dangal? The former child actor, who depicted the role of young Babita Kumari, is now captivating the internet with her remarkable photographs, winning over our hearts.

Instagram post by Dangal Girl

In images from her Instagram collection, Dangal girl Suhani Bhatnagar appears entirely unrecognisable. One photo offers a close-up of the upper part of her face, accentuating her beautiful eyes. Sunlight illuminates her hair in the subsequent picture. Another casual photo shows her supporting her head with her hands as she smiles for the camera. The following snippet captures a brief moment, featuring her winking with her olive-green eyes.


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A post shared by Suhani Bhatnagar (@bhatnagarsuhani)


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A post shared by Suhani Bhatnagar (@bhatnagarsuhani)

With a caption that read, “November?” Dangal girl Suhani Bhatnagar sparked responses from social media users. Some playfully remarked, “Choti Pehelwanji, aap (Junior wrestler, is it you)?” Another user curiously asked, “Tum wo Dangal wali girl ho kya (Are you the girl from the Dangal movie)?” People showered her with numerous compliments on her beautiful eyes. And some expressed the desire to rewatch the movie due to her and Zaira Wasim. Though the photos were posted in 2021, they are currently going viral yet again.

Suhani Bhatnagar last Instagram photo

While Dangal girl Suhani Bhatnagar is presently inactive on social media, she previously shared numerous photos on Instagram. In a collection of pictures posted in November 2021, the actress showcased her flawless looks and a million-dollar smile. Her Instagram timeline features an array of photos capturing moments. With her family, friends, and celebrities like Rekha, Sunny Leone, Aamir Khan, and Zaira Wasim, among others.


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In addition to this, another Dangal girl Zaira Wasim portrayed the character of child Geeta Phogat in Dangal. Although she has departed from the film industry, she has garnered a substantial fan following throughout the years.

Dangal Girl Zaira Wasim last post stated

5 years ago I made a decision that changed my life forever. As I stepped my foot in Bollywood, it opened doors of massive popularity for me. I started to become the prime candidate of public attention, I was projected as the gospel of the idea of success. And was often identified as a role model for the youth. However, that’s never something that I set out to do or become. Especially with regards to my ideas of success and failure, which I had just started to explore and understand.


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As I complete 5 years today, I want to confess that I am not truly happy with this identity ie my line of work. For a very long time now it has felt like I have struggled to become someone else. As I had just started to explore and make sense of the things to which I dedicated my time, efforts and emotions. And tried to grab hold of a new lifestyle. It was only for me to realise that though I may fit here perfectly, I do not belong here.

This field indeed brought a lot of love, support, and applaud my way. But what it also did was to lead me to a path of ignorance. As I silently and unconsciously transitioned out of imaan. While I continued to work in an environment that consistently interferes with my imaan. My relationship with my religion was threatened.

She Continued

As I continued to ignorantly pass through while I kept trying to convince myself that what I was doing is okay and isn’t really affecting me, I lost all the Barakah from my life. Barakat is a word that doesn’t just confine its meaning to happiness, quantity, or blessing; it also focuses on the idea of stability, something I struggled with extensively. I was constantly battling with my soul to reconcile my thoughts and instincts to fix a static picture of my iman and I failed miserably, not just once but a hundred times.

No matter how hard I tried to wrestle to firm my decision, I ended up being the same person with a motive that one day I will change and I will change soon. I kept procrastinating by tricking and deluding my conscience into the idea that I know what I am doing doesn’t feel right but assumed that I will put an end to this whenever the time feels right and I continued to put myself in a vulnerable position.

Where it was always so easy to succumb to the environment that damaged my peace, iman and my relationship with Allah. I continued observing things and twisting my perceptions as I wanted them to be, without truly understanding that the key is to see them as they are, kept trying to escape.

But somehow I always ended up hitting a dead end, in an endless loop with a missing element. That kept torturing me with a longing I was neither able to make sense of nor satisfy. Until I decided to confront my weakness and began to strive and correct my lack of knowledge. And understanding by attaching my heart with the words of Allah.

She further continued

In the great and divine wisdom of the Quran, I found sufficiency and peace. Indeed the hearts find peace when it acquires the knowledge of Its Creator, His < Attributes, His Mercy and His commandments. I began to heavily rely upon Allah’s mercy for my help and guidance instead of valuing my own believability.

I discovered my lack of knowledge of the basic fundamentals of my religion and how my inability to reinforce a change earlier was a result of confusing my heart’s contentment. And well being with strengthening and satisfying my own (shallow and worldly) desires. I discovered my disease of doubt & error that my heart was afflicted with. There are 2 types of diseases that attack the heart. One; DOUBT and Error and the second; LUST and Desire. Both are mentioned in the Quran.

Allah says, “In their hearts is a disease (of doubt & hypocrisy) and Allah has increased their disease. Quran 2:10]. And I realized the remedy to this could only be attained through the guidance of Allah and indeed Allah guided my path when I lost my wry.

About Dangal

Released on December 23, 2016, Dangal is a biopic of Mahavir Singh Phogat, portraying the story of a father who imparted wrestling training to his daughters, Babita Kumari and Geeta Phogat. Aamir Khan took on the role of the father, Sanya Malhotra portrayed the adult Babita Kumari, and Fatima Sana Shaikh depicted the adult Geeta Phogat. Notably, Geeta Phogat achieved a historic milestone by winning India’s first-ever gold medal in women’s wrestling at the 2010 Commonwealth Games held in Delhi.

Aamir Khan made his latest appearance in Laal Singh Chaddha, released on August 11, 2022, where he was joined by Kareena Kapoor Khan. The movie served as a remake of the 1994 Hollywood film Forrest Gump, featuring Tom Hanks.

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