Have you ever wondered how you would look when you’re 60, or beyond? If you’re curious to find out, you might have already run your images through this app!
After Snapchat’s baby filter and gender swap filter, netizens are now obsessed with a face filter app called ‘FaceApp.’ The Russian AI-based app that first went viral back in 2017 has made a comeback as a lot of celebrities started sharing their older wrinkly looks with grey hair and saggy cheeks on their social media handles. Fan pages of other celebrities are also flooding the internet to recreate their favourite celebs using the app.
Shah Rukh Khan doesn’t seem to age. The FaceApp page on Instagram shared Shah Rukh Khan’s stylish look. With a white beard he looks totally dapper.
Varun Dhawan, in his old age, is going to look a lot like our ‘Jhakkas’ actor Anil Kapoor. In fact, Varun himself pointed out that similarity by writing, “70 years of reebokXvarundhawan. P.s I didn’t stop training. A lot of people feel this is the way @anilskapoor will look when he’s 100.” Well, we totally agree with Varun.
Arjun Kapoor treated his fans with his ‘old age’ look alongside the caption, “Old age hit me like”. Oh those eyes! Arjun Kapoor will be a charming good old fellow!
The FaceApp page on Instagram posted one of the pictures posted by the Salman Khan with the caption, “Life used to be black-and-white, yes or no, truth or lies, it was crystal clear now perhaps it’s grey, it’s maybe. Who the hell cares, is that true? Hope not for god’s sake. Long live morals and principles and ethics.”
A fan club of Deepika Padukone posted one of her pics with the filter on Instagram. Isn’t she ageing gracefully? The original image was taken from one of her pics she posted on World Environment Day on her Insta account.
Anushka Sharma looked elegant in that white dress and spectacles.
The Greek God of Bollywood, Hrithik Roshan still looking handsome even with that white beard on.
A fan club of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone transformed one of their wedding pictures by using the FaceApp. Isn’t that amusing?