Charlie Hunnam sports a man bun and shows off his fit physique on set of Shantaram in Melbourne 1

Charlie Hunnam sports a man bun and shows off his fit physique on set of Shantaram in Melbourne

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Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam, 41, sports a man bun and shows off his fit physique on set of upcoming drama thriller Shantaram in Melbourne


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Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam was seen on set of his upcoming drama thriller Shantaram on Tuesday. 

The handsome British actor, 41, showed off his new man bun and incredibly fit physique as he walked around on set. 

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Charlie appeared in high spirits as he grabbed a drink and a bite to eat and interacted with crew, all the while sporting some makeup to make it appear like he had a cut on his head and a bruised eye.

Set life: Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam, 41, sported a man bun and showed off his fit physique on set of upcoming drama thriller Shantaram in Melbourne on Tuesday

Set life: Sons of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam, 41, sported a man bun and showed off his fit physique on set of upcoming drama thriller Shantaram in Melbourne on Tuesday

Charlie wore a pale pink shirt and rolled up his sleeves, teaming the look with a pair of dark jeans. 

He carried a back pack and wore a black face mask to keep covid-safe on set.

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On the same day he had an outfit change on set, changing into a black ‘represent’ T-shirt, a yellow beanie and black tracksuit pants. 

Casual: Charlie wore a pale pink shirt and rolled up his sleeves, teaming the look with a pair of dark jeans

Casual: Charlie wore a pale pink shirt and rolled up his sleeves, teaming the look with a pair of dark jeans

Handsome: Charlie appeared in high spirits as he grabbed a drink and a bite to eat and interacted with crew, all the while sporting some makeup to make it appear like he had a cut on his head and a bruised eye

Handsome: Charlie appeared in high spirits as he grabbed a drink and a bite to eat and interacted with crew, all the while sporting some makeup to make it appear like he had a cut on his head and a bruised eye

New work: Shantaram is an upcoming Apple TV series where Charlie will play a convicted Australian bank robber named Lin

New work: Shantaram is an upcoming Apple TV series where Charlie will play a convicted Australian bank robber named Lin

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Shantaram is an upcoming Apple TV series where Charlie will play a convicted Australian bank robber named Lin. 

The upcoming series stars Hunnam and Australian actor Richard Roxburgh

British-born Hunnam arrived in Australia in May to film the 10-episode drama thriller, which is based on the novel of the same name. 

Outfit change: On the same day he had an outfit change on set, changing into a black 'represent' T-shirt, a yellow beanie and black tracksuit pants

Outfit change: On the same day he had an outfit change on set, changing into a black ‘represent’ T-shirt, a yellow beanie and black tracksuit pants

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Life Down Under: British-born Hunnam arrived in Australia in May to film the 10-episode drama thriller, which is based on the novel of the same name

Life Down Under: British-born Hunnam arrived in Australia in May to film the 10-episode drama thriller, which is based on the novel of the same name

Life Down Under: British-born Hunnam arrived in Australia in May to film the 10-episode drama thriller, which is based on the novel of the same name

Storyline: It tells the story of a convicted bank robber and heroin addict, Lin, who escapes from prison and flees to India

Storyline: It tells the story of a convicted bank robber and heroin addict, Lin, who escapes from prison and flees to India

It tells the story of a convicted bank robber and heroin addict, Lin, who escapes from prison and flees to India.

Once there, he reinvents himself as a doctor in a slum before going on a number of weird and wonderful adventures.

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The book is written by Gregory David Roberts and is inspired by his own life, after he escaped Pentridge Prison – the same jail featured in the novel – and fled to India. 

Charlie first rose to fame in the British television series Queer as Folk in 1999.

He also starred in a number of hit films including, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The True History of the Kelly Gang, and most recently Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen.

Most notably was his role on the award winning drama, Sons of Anarchy, which ran from 2008 to 2014 and centred on a close-knit outlaw motorcycle club.

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Leading man: Charlie first rose to fame in the British television series Queer as Folk in 1999. He also starred in a number of hit films including, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The True History of the Kelly Gang, and most recently Guy Ritchie's The Gentlemen

Leading man: Charlie first rose to fame in the British television series Queer as Folk in 1999. He also starred in a number of hit films including, King Arthur: Legend of the Sword, The True History of the Kelly Gang, and most recently Guy Ritchie’s The Gentlemen

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