Do You Know Big B Amitabh Bachchan Wears A Wig! None Knows Where He Gets It From

With hair loss transplant procedures becoming so common and fuss-free, there’s no surprise that celebrities are increasingly and openly resorting to these procedures. Well, it’s any day better than accepting baldness as the way of life.Lack of sleep, working round the clock, no proper diet etc are the reasons for hair loss among celebrities. Hair weaving, hair transplants hair weaving and transplants are highly expensive treatments that are professional investments for actors.

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Some Solutions used by Celebrates for bald are Hair weaving, wig and transplantation. The last one is considered as the painful process and the second one is the preferred one.

Now, after a while, the hairstyle of Bollywood’s Shehenshah Amitabh Bachchan has become the Internet sensation and here we did some basic research and sorted the real secret behind his head.

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If we take a closer look at his photographs clicked when he took a break from the acting, we can see his clearly visible bald head. You’ll see that he had fairly wispy hair and was thinning. At the time of Mrityudaata, the bald patches were visible too. With the Mrityudaata, Big started wearing a wig but it didn’t suit the actor till he went for another one in Baghbaan and other movies.

This time the actor got the authentic look and when you look carefully you can find that where the wig meets natural hair. Where Amitabh Bachchan gets his wigs made is a closely guarded secret, known perhaps only to the inner-circle of his family.

It is believed that the price of his wig runs around Rs 2 crores, and it is customized and manufactured in London.

Amitabh Bachchan joins a list of famous (and some notorious) historical personalities like Caligula, Messalina, Queen Elizabeth, Issac Newton, Dewang Mehta et al who were all known to wear wigs.

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