Are the rumors about Shilpa Shetty’s nose job true? She already looks impressive but might have wanted to look even better. Learn all about the actor’s plastic surgery and body measurements below.
Shilpa was born June 8, 1975 in Mangalore, India. She’s doing volleyball and karate. She received her university education from Podar College in Matunga. Shetty is married to Raj Kundra since 2009. She gave birth to their first child in 2012. But she lost her pregnancy weight and got back into superb shape incredibly fast. On April 2014, Shilpa was already posing for men’s magazine Maxim India. And they do like women on their cover to dress very little. Still, Shetty looked stunning in her black bra and matching panties. Her fuller bust is a result of maternity, Shetty has no breast implants or other augmentation surgery.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Shilpa found herself dodging questions on her nose job for quite a while until she finally stepped up and said, “Yes, I got a nose job. What’s the big deal?” The star was applauded for admitting that she did undergo cosmetic surgery. She even went on to state that her sharp nose balances her facial features well.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Shilpa Shetty went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Yes|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Shilpa Shetty's body and face are natural?
Shilpa Shetty Quotes
"I'm a green tea addict, though the occasional glass of red wine is nice, too."
"OK, I'm not what you'd call 'wild.' But I'm no prude, either - I love to party, and I play a mean game of pool."
"I am obsessed with cricket. But to be honest, I prefer the IPL format to test matches."
"Not coming from a film background, be it a teeny-weeny role or a big role, I have done it with a lot of dignity and fought my way through. But the only thing that kept me going is that I am the sort of person who doesn't take no for an answer. If someone rejects me, I will be out to prove that person wrong in my own way."
"First of all, from a spiritual perspective, I don't think anyone needs to be apologetic about being successful or having money. The more successful you are, the more job opportunities you create for other people."