Antilia, Mannat, Jalsa: Mukesh Ambani, Adar Poonawalla, Shah Rukh Khan, here’s who owns the most expensive homes in Mumbai and their jaw-dropping price tags – art and culture

Mumbai, India’s Financial Capital, goes by a number of names together with Bombay (for the snobs), the City that Never Sleeps, the City of Dreams, and anyone who has moved to the city by the Arabian Sea can vouch for the indisputable fact that getting a spot, anywhere, to remain in the dreamy metropolis could make fairly a dent in your pockets. Several surveys and studies point out that Mumbai is the most expensive metropolis to stay in, in India, and the skyrocketing hire and actual property costs actually put the ‘bomb’ in Bombay. Mumbai is house to a few of the most wealthy and well-known Indians on condition that it’s floor zero for Bollywood and additionally the financial capital. So it’s a on condition that there are some extremely wealthy and fortunate people, together with Bollywood celebrities and enterprise moguls who reside in out-of-this world mansions in a few of the priciest neighbourhoods in the capital of Maharashtra, whereas the remainder of us battle to make hire for a tiny house in a crappy neighbourhood of the bayside metro. From Mukesh Ambani’s towering house Antilia in city to Shah Rukh Khan’s sea-facing bungalow Mannat in the suburbs, listed below are the most expensive homes owned by the who’s-who of Mumbai:

Mukesh Ambanis $1 billion house Antilia

 

According to Wikipedia, Reliance Industries’ chairman Mukesh Ambani’s 27-storey house Antilia is presently valued at $ 2.2 billion which involves round Rs 15,000 crore and is deemed to be the second most precious residential property in the world after the Buckingham Palace. The enterprise magnate is the fourth richest man in the world and his Mumbai house in the Peddar Road space boasts three helipads, air visitors management, a 168-automobile storage, a ballroom, 9 excessive pace elevators, a 50-seat theater, terrace gardens, swimming pool, spa, well being centre, a temple and a snow room with actual snow popping out of the partitions.

Lincoln House, owned by Cyrus Poonawalla

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Vaccine billionaire Cyrus Poonawalla had purchased the palatial model Lincoln House, beforehand often called Wankaner House, for Rs 750 crore in 2015 in response to a number of media studies. The attractive seaside mansion in Mumbai’s Breach Candy space was initially constructed for the Maharaja of Wankaner, HH Sir Amarsinhji Banesinhji, nevertheless it was once a US Embassy earlier than Poonawalla purchased it from the US authorities.

Gulita – Isha Ambani and Anand Pirama’s sea-dealing with mansion at Worli

 

Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal’s brightly-lit bungalow – Gulita, at Worli Seaface is tough to overlook. According to an Economic Times report, the Piramals purchased the 5-storeyed mansion in 2012 for Rs 452 crore. The attractive sea-dealing with bungalow has cream, white and gold interiors, big ceilings, flooring-to-ceiling glass panels to provide the excellent view of the Arabian Sea and the Bandra-Worli Sea Link, palatial staircases and gigantic chandeliers.

Jatia House: Kumar Mangalam Birla’s Malabar Hill house

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Kumar Mangalam Birla, the fourth technology head of Aditya Birla Group, lives in the attractive Jatia House in South Bombay’s Malabar Hill space. According to a number of media studies the home was purchased from brothers Arun M Jatia and Shyam M Jatia in considered one of the greatest property offers in Mumbai by Kumar Mangalam Birla for round Rs 425 crore in 2015, one can solely think about what the price might have surged to now.

Mannat: Bollywood A-lister Shah Rukh Khan’s Bandra bungalow

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Shah Rukh Khan’s Mumbai mansion Mannat is estimated to be valued at Rs 200 crore. King Khan’s seaside mansion shouldn’t be solely his abode but in addition a well-known Mumbai vacationer attraction, and followers are sometimes noticed flocking to Mannat in hopes of catching a glimpse of SRK, if not, they make do with an image of themselves along with his home plaque.

 

Mannat, house to SRK and his household, consists of six tales, a number of bedrooms and dwelling areas, a gymnasium, pool, personal theatre, house places of work, terrace, backyard, library, and a private auditorium making it the most expensive residence in Mumbai and amongst the prime 10 homes of the world. Recently, when Shah Rukh was answering questions for his followers by way of Twitter, one Smart Alec queried if the star was going to promote his sea-dealing with mansion, “Bhai Mannat bechne wale ho kya.” King Khan replied humbly, “Bhai Mannat bikti nahi sar jhuka kar maangi jaati hai….yaad rakhoge toh life mein kuch paa sakogay.”

Ratan Tata’s understated Colaba retirement house

Ratan Tata’s retirement home in Colaba

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Ratan Tata’s attractive sea-dealing with bungalow in South Bombay’s Colaba space is valued at an estimated Rs 150 crore in response to a number of media studies. The three-storeyed home reverse Colaba put up workplace has an infinity pool at the prime and is the Tata chairman’s retirement house.

Jalsa, Bollywood legend Amitabh Bachchan’s Juhu Bungalow

Amitabh Bachchan and Jaya Bachchan at Jalsa

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Jalsa is considered one of the many homes owned by veteran Bollywood icon Amitabh Bachchan and his household, and he stays in the two-storeyed bungalow in Mumbai’s Juhu space with spouse Jaya Bachchan, son Abhishek Bachchan, daughter-in-law Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and grandaughter Aaradhya. According to media studies, Jalsa was gifted to Big B by Satte Pe Satta director Ramesh Sippy for his good efficiency in the 1982 blockbuster. Jalsa is presently valued anyplace between Rs 100 to Rs 120 crore in response to a number of studies.

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