FANS of Bollywood star Sonu Sood have passed out after he shared a video of him sweating on the beach in Miami.
The 47-year-old actor posted a clip of his workout Monday, showing off his toned physique in the glorious Florida sunshine.
The Indian heartthrob showed off his ripped abs, proving he deserved a spot at the infamous Muscle Beach fitness park.
Sonu was in the US working on his upcoming film, Fateh, but still found time to exercise in Miami despite his busy schedule.
The dabangg star effortlessly performed a series of pull-ups in the clip, leaving fans amazed at his ‘superhero’-esque strength.
Some of his adoring fans even claimed he gave legendary muscleman Arnold Schwarzenegger a shot with his training.
The short video shows Sonu focusing on improving his core strength along with several other fitness fans.
But most of his 23.6 million Instagram followers were more interested in his washboard abs and bulging biceps.
The actor, who regularly shares footage of his intense workouts, was shirtless but kept his sunglasses on during the torrid workout.
His post quickly garnered nearly 235,000 likes, while his crowd of supporters flooded the comments section with compliments.
One wrote: “Sonu is a real superhero.”
Another said: “Awesome fitness bro!”
A third added: “The sexiest man alive.”
A fourth commented: “Sunshine bod!”
Others simply left broken hearts and broken heart emojis under the post to let Sonu know he made their hearts soar.
The father-of-two and humanitarian revealed he wrapped up filming on his latest film over the weekend.
He had been filming in San Francisco for the upcoming thriller, which focuses on the rise in cybercrime during the Covid pandemic.
Sonu said the idea for the film came to him after he found out that scammers posed as him to scam fans.
He told ANI: “I helped people and learned that many people were deceived and cheated on my behalf.”
“They received bogus credit, a promise to meet me or get any kind of help from my team during the pandemic.”
“That’s when I realized that cybercrime is a big problem in our country. It is very important to take action against it.”
“The film is based on the true experiences of these people.”