Unlike Aishwarya Rai, Shilpa fit 2 months post delivery

Shilpa Shetty shoots for a promo of reality show

Just two months after delivering her son Viaan Raj Kundra, Shilpa Shetty is back in action.

Shilpa is facing the camera shooting for husband Raj Kundra and actor Sanjay Dutt's new reality show 'Super Fight Club'.

She was all game to shoot for the special web promo video, only 50 days after giving birth to her son Viaan.

The actoress hasn't done any film for long and was last seen in a song in 'Dostana'. She kept a low profile during pregnancy occasionally attending events.

Shilpa is not wasting any time and has resumed her work.

She recent shot an ad along with sister Shamita Shetty for a beauty product. The new mom was looking gorgeous and shared screen space with her sister after seven years.

Unlike her counterpart Aishwarya Rai who gave birth to a baby girl last November and resigned from facing the camera for the time being, Shilpa is more relaxed about making appearances.

She has also lost baby flab, unlike Aishwarya, and looking rather fit.

Shilpa had gained 19 kg during her pregnancy, but has now lost 10 kg to get closer to her famous hourglass figure.

Shilpa also wants to take more time off and devote herself to baby Viaan before returning to limelight for good.

Husband Raj Kundra thanked SHilpa on Twiiter for being a part of SFL: "@TheShilpaShetty thank you my darling means a lot coming from you! And an extra special thanks for agreeing to be part of the promo. Love u!"

SFL "Challengers" is a reality television series that follows a group of MMA fighters as they compete with one another in an elimination-style competition, where their lives and relationships with each other and their families are depicted.

This unscripted drama follows 16 aspiring MMA fighters (8 girls and 8 boys) whose fates are tied along right from the first episode by none other than Mr Raj Kundra. Every fighter will have to live, train and compete with his or her opponents and friends to become the ultimate challenger for the esteemed "Super Fight League".