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A teen from Iran who underwent 50 surgeries, Sahar Tabar shared her journey in her twitter account in which she looks like a corpse of Angelina Jolie.

This hasn't been officially confirmed, however, so it's possible her unique looks are the result of careful makeup or even prosthesis.

Sahar has created a distinctive look, sharing photos on her Instagram with make-up emphasising her full pout and sharp cheekbones, that has some claiming she resembles a "zombie".

It is added that she is dangerously underweight as she only weighs 40kg at the moment.

Unfortunately for Sahar, the trolls of the internet say that she looks more like a zombie than her fave actress.

To Look Like Angelina Joline, Iranian Girl Undergoes Devastating Surgeries

Following the disaster, she made a decision to post pictures of herself on social media and amassed a huge following.

The extreme weight loss and the surgeries seem to have altered her natural features permanently.

Sahar has amassed more than 308,000 followers on Instagram although many have left unflattering comments on her pictures.

Tabar's been heavily criticized online for her transformation since her story has gone viral, with social media users taking to Instagram to dub her the "Corpse Bride". Brazilian Rodrigo Alves is well known for his body transformation as part of a quest to become a Human Ken Doll.

Belgian website Sud Info, Sahar said her goal in life is to look like the Hollywood actress.

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