Homes Of These Indian Celebrities Are As Amazing As They Are Expensive

I’ve always wondered what the lifestyle of the rich and famous would be. Well maybe not so much, but their houses seem pretty cool. Unfortunately, we don’t have a show like MTV Cribs in India, so we have to use our imagination. The houses of our celebrities cost a bomb though, and are also pretty far out.

Here’s the prices and details of some celebrity Indian houses!

1. Shah Rukh Khan

Cost: 125 to 150 crore

Shah Rukh’s infamous house is named ‘Mannat’, which means ‘ a vow to the gods’ and is located in Bandra. It is built in a neoclassical style and looks fancy as hell. The bungalow also has a 6 storey building behind it, which explains the price.

2. Sachin Tendulkar

Cost: 90 to 100 crore

Another Bandra resident, Sachin’s house has some tripped out shell home inspired architecture, along with a whole lot of greenery. The house is spread over almost 9000 feet!

3. Mukesh Ambani

Cost: 1000 crore

I still can’t get over how much this house costs. Anyway, the home is named ‘Antilia, after a mythical island on the Atlantic Ocean. It has a ballroom, a theater and six stories for parking lots! It can also withstand an 8-Richter scale earthquake.

4. Amitabh Bachchan

Cost: Around 160 crore

The home where the Bachchan family currently stays is named ‘Jalsa’ and is located in Juhu in Mumbai. The house covers around 10,125 sq. feet, which is pretty massive.

5. Vijay Mallya

Cost: 33 crore per condo

The Bangalore residing and beer loving Mallya own Kingfisher towers on Vittal Mallya Road. The house looks pretty dope, even though his airlines have gone out of business.

6. John Abraham

Cost: 100 crore

John’s house has a bunch of jacuzzis and and a theater seating around 50 people. Basically, he’s having a real good time at his house.

Compiled by grabhouse.

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