Mumbai, the financial capital of India, is known by many names, including Bombay (for snubs). City that never sleeps, To Dream city, And anyone who has walked into the city by the Arabian Sea can pledge that a place to live in the dreamy metropolis, any place, can make a dent in their wallet. Numerous surveys and reports suggest that Mumbai is the most expensive city to live in India, and skyrocketing rents and real estate prices actually put a ‘bomb’ in Bombay. Mumbai is home to some of the richest and most famous Indians, seeing it is zero for Bollywood and the financial capital. So it is a given that there are some incredibly rich and lucky individuals, including Bollywood celebrities and business moguls who live in this world in some precious neighborhoods in the capital of Maharashtra, while the rest of us struggle. Rent for a small apartment in a dirty neighborhood of the Bayside Metro. From Mukesh Ambani’s city house Antilia to Shah Rukh Khan’s sea-front bungalow Mannat in the suburbs, here are among the most expensive houses in Mumbai:
Mukesh Ambani home of $ 2.2 billion, Antilia
according to this Wikipedia, Antilia, the 27-story house of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, is currently valued at $ 2.2 billion which comes to around Rs 15,000 crore and is considered the second most valuable residential property in the world after Buckingham Palace. The business magnate is the fourth richest man in the world and his Mumbai home in the Peddar Road area boasts three helipads, air traffic control, a 168-car garage, a ballroom, 9 high-speed lifts, a 50-seater theater, terrace garden. , Swimming pool, spa, health center, a temple and an ice room with real snow coming out of the walls.
See also: Akash Ambani’s wedding celebration in Antilia
Lincoln House is owned by Cyrus Poonawala
Cyber Poonawala, a billionaire from the vaccine, bought the palatial style Lincoln House, formerly known as Wankaner House, for Rs 750 crore in 2015 for Rs 750 crore according to several media reports. The imposing sea mansion in the Breach Candy area of Mumbai was originally built for the Maharaja of Wankaner, HH Sir Amarsinhji Banasinghji, though it used to be the American embassy before Poonawala.
Gulita – Isha Ambani and Anand Pirama’s sea-facing mansion in Worli
Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal’s shining bungalow in Worli Seaface – Gulita, hard to miss. according to a Economic Times Reportedly, Piramal bought the five-storey mansion in 2012 for Rs 452 crore. Gorgeous sea-facing bungalow with cream, white and gold interiors, spacious ceilings, floor-to-ceiling glass panels to give a perfect view of the Arabian Sea and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, palatial staircases and giant chandeliers Huh.
Jatia House: Kumar Mangalam Birla’s Malabar Hill home
Kumar Mangalam Birla, the fourth generation head of the Aditya Birla Group, lives in the grand Jatiya House in the Malabar Hill area of South Bombay. According to several media reports, the house was purchased from brothers Arun M Jatia and Shyam M Jatia, one of the biggest property deals by Kumar Mangalam Birla in Mumbai for around Rs 425 crore in 2015, one can only imagine That is what the price can increase. now.
Mannat: Bollywood A-lister Shah Rukh Khan’s Bandra Bungalow
Shah Rukh Khan’s Mumbai Haveli Mannat is estimated at Rs 200 crore. King Khan’s maritime mansion is not only his residence, but also a famous Mumbai tourist attraction, and fans are often seen flocking to Mannat in the hope of getting a glimpse of Shahrukh, if not, the plaque of his house. Let’s make a picture of myself with
SRK and his family house Mannat has six stories, several bedrooms and living areas, a gymnasium, pool, private theater, home office, terrace, garden, library and a private auditorium, the most expensive residence in Mumbai and homes . Top 10 homes in the world. Recently, when SRK was answering questions to his fans via Twitter, a smart Alec said that if the star was going to sell his Samudra-mansion, “Bhai Mannat bechne wale ho kya. “King Khan politely replied,”Bhai Mannat bikti nahi sar jhuka kar maangi jaati hai …. yaad rakhoge toh life mein kuch paa sakogay. ”
Colaba retirement home of Ratan Tata deemed
Ratan Tata’s grand sea-facing bungalow in the Colaba area of South Mumbai is estimated at Rs 150 crore according to several media reports. The three-storey house opposite the Colaba Post Office has an infinity pool at the top and is the retirement home of the Tata chairman.
Jalsa, Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan’s Juhu Bungalow
Jalsa is one of several houses owned by veteran Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan and his family, and he lives in a two-storey bungalow in Juhu area of Mumbai with wife Jaya Bachchan, son Abhishek Bachchan, daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and granddaughter. Aaradhya According to media reports, Big B was gifted to Jalsa Power over satte Director Ramesh Sippy for his brilliant performance in the 1982 blockbuster. Jalsa is currently between Rs 100 and Rs 120 crore according to several reports.
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