Take a look inside Shahrukh Khan’s bungalow ‘Mannat’, worth 2000 cr. (330 million USD) in today’s market.
Shahrukh Khan loves to live a grand life, he wants the best and he definitely deserves the best. True to his personality, he’s made sure he also lives in an abode that matches his star status.
The guy who moved from Delhi to Mumbai pursuing his Bollywood dreams made it to the top, all on his own. The Baadshah today owns one of the most famous and expensive bungalows in India – the Mannat.
Located in Bandstand, Bandra, SRK’s fans make a beeline outside his bungalow hoping to get a glimpse of their favorite star.
Shah Rukh Khan says his sea-facing Bandra home Mannat is the most expensive possession owned by him, and it burned the biggest hole in his pocket. SRK says when he first laid his eyes on ‘Mannat’, he was reminded of how Delhiites have the concept of living in a kothi, and since he is from Delhi himself, he ended up owing his own kothi in Mumbai.
While everybody has seen it from the outside, how does it look from the inside?
The six storey bungalow ‘Mannat’ was opened for a magazine called Architectural Digest, which helped us get a peek of the interiors of his house.
Shah Rukh Khan bought his bungalow Mannat in 1995 for INR 15 crore (US$2.5 million). Today, the bungalow’s worth is close to a whopping US INR 2000 crores ($330 million).
Shah Rukh Khan’s house was used in the movie “Fan”, in which SRK played a double role. This was the first time that Baadshah used his bungalow Mannat for a film shoot.
Watch: Shah Rukh Khan’s Rs.2000 cr Bungalow ‘Mannat’ in Mumbai
Land’s End, Bandstand, Byramji Jeejeebhoy Road,
Mumbai – 400050.