The first thing that comes to our mind when we think of a celebrity is their lavish style of living, swanky cars and yes, their ultra-modern homes of course! The homes for celebrities is not just a place where they stay with their family, instead, it is where they redefine the term “luxury” in their own words. From infinity swimming pool and fully equipped gymnasium to opulent furniture and exquisite chandeliers, everything that these celebrities have in their homes adds stars in their affluent lifestyle. So, take a look at the 5 celebrity homes in India.
Antilia – Mukesh Ambani
The home of the India’s richest and world’s 33rd wealthiest man, Mukesh Ambani, Antilia is located on Altamount Road in South Mumbai. Antilia is the name of a mythical island in the Atlantic Ocean. This 27-floor imposing marvel was designed by Chicago-based architects, Perkins and Will, whereas its construction work was taken care by an Australian-based construction company, Leighton Holdings. Much to you your delight, Antilia has a multi-storey garage and three helipads for guests. The property also features a ballroom, specially designed guest suites and a mini-theatre with a seating capacity of 50 guests at a time. The best out of all its features is an ice room, where Ambani family escapes the scorching heat of Mumbai.
Jalsa – Amitabh Bachchan
The angry young man, Big B, Shahenshah of Bollywood or simply Amitabh Bachchan, you can call him by any name you want, but his home is known by the name, Jalsa. The house is sited at Juhu, which is said to be one of the posh and most popular areas of Mumbai. Gifted by the director Ramesh Sippy, this two-story building complex is sprawled on 10,000 sq. ft. of the area and is currently the residence of Bachchans. Awe-striking living room, stunning suites and elegant washrooms are to name a few key features that define the luxury of Jalsa.
Mannat – Shah Rukh Khan
Shah Rukh Khan, the Baadshah of Bollywood, has a grand six-storey bungalow, Mannat, on Bandstand, Bandra (West). Overlooking the mesmerising views of the Arabian Sea, the home features bulletproof French glass, vases imported from Italy, artificial flowers from Germany and music system from Japan. The wall paintings by the renowned artist, M. F. Husain, is the biggest highlight of his grand living room. The top-most floor of Mannat has kids’ playing area, private bar, library and for hosting parties.
Unnamed Bungalow – Ratan Tata
Situated in the bustling Colaba region of Mumbai, this unnamed bungalow serves as the retirement home for one the most successful business tycoons, Ratan Tata. The bungalow is a beautiful amalgamation of elegance and extravagance at the same time. It is an alluring sea-facing property, which is spread over a 13,000-sq ft. of the area and has three stories. The bungalow is provided with a wide range of features, such as the library, sun deck for hosting parties of up to 50 guests, gymnasium, infinity swimming pool, bar and barbeque area.
19-A, Perry Cross Road – Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar, who is also known as the “God of Cricket” lives at 19-A, Perry Cross Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai along with his family. It is a 6000-sq ft. mansion having 5 floors, out of which, 2 are used as basements. The lower basement has a parking space to accommodate almost 40-50 cars at a time. The bedroom on the top floor of the bungalow is used by Sachin and his wife Anjali. The property also boasts an imposing living room, alluring guest rooms, and a tranquil temple. The ground floor is fully dedicated to display various trophies and awards that are won by the Master Blaster over the years. The terrace is embellished with a rooftop swimming pool and gymnasium.