Kumail Nanjiani looks every bit the Hollywood hunk as he shows off his bulging muscles in a red tank top following a workout in Los Feliz
Kumail Nanjiani put on a very buff display while leaving the gym in the Los Feliz neighborhood of Los Angeles on Saturday.
The Oscar-nominated comedian, 43, showed off his bulging muscles in a red tank top after a workout at LM Fitness center.
On July 9 Deadline reported that the Silicon Valley star would be both executive producing and starring in a TV adaptation of the book Homeland Elegies.
Bulking up! Kumail Nanjiani, 43, showcases his bulging muscles in a red tank top after a gym session in Los Feliz
Kumail looked beyond ripped in a crimson tank top and green Champion shorts which he paired with grey Adidas sneakers and red socks.
He tightly clasped a water bottle and showed off his chiseled jawline from the side while walking to his car.
Earlier he had been seen wearing a grey zip-up to keep his muscles warm but looked keen to take it off following a sweat session.
His transformation began in 2019 after being tapped to act in Marvel’s Eternals. He shared a shirtless selfie while joking: ‘I never thought I’d be one of those people who would post a thirsty shirtless, but I’ve worked way too hard for way too long so here we are.’
Covered up: Earlier he had been seen wearing a grey zip-up to keep his muscles warm but looked keen to take it off following a sweat session
Ripped: Kumail looked beyond ripped in a crimson tank top and green Champion shorts which he paired with grey Adidas sneakers and red socks
And he continued to credit a team of incredible trainers and nutritionists and his wife of 13 years Emily Gordon for ‘putting up with me complaining and talking about only working out and dieting for the last year.’
Eternals is set for release on November 5, 2021, but in the interim he has a stacked line up of projects including the Obi-Wan Kenobi series for Disney+ (which is currently in production) and the newly announced on-screen adaptation of Homeland Elegies.
The book which was penned by Ayad Akhtar, was named in the top 10 by The New York Times and also landed on the top of former President Obama’s best books of 2020.
The dramatic social essay tells the story of a father and son duo grappling with belonging and identity in a post-Trump America, and will be turned into a limited eight-part series for FX.
Busy boy! In addition to the November 5 Marvel Eternals movie, Kamal is also in production on the Obi-Wan Kenobi series for Disney+ and will executive produce and star in a TV adaptation of Homeland Elegies