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7 Features From Expensive Houses Of Bollywood Stars That We Want

Blox Social
Posted on
Nov 30, 2023

Thanks to the internet, sitting in the comfort of our own spaces, we get glimpses of the expensive houses of Bollywood stars, which we would have never obtained otherwise. This allows us to see some of the finest Architectural marvels and what is trending and better educate ourselves about designing and spaces. We have rounded up seven features from the expensive houses of Bollywood stars that we absolutely adore. Let us look into these features. 

1. An Outdoor Multi-Purpose Place for the best kind of get-togethers like the Sharmas

Yes, we are talking about the kind of rooftop terrace we see at Aayush Sharma and Arpita Khan Sharma's luxurious Bandra apartment. Aayush Sharma describes it as a multi-purpose place or the banquet house of the family where they celebrate all festivals, including Diwali and Christmas and host parties. This tastefully decorated place seamlessly flows into their living area. The best part is you need not take a whole new staircase to reach this space; it abuts the living room, and one can seamlessly use indoor and outdoor seating at all times. 

2. A Sea Facing Balcony like Siddharth Malhotra's Abode

Sea facing is and will always be Mumbai's favourite buzzword. Well, there is nothing like the Arabian Sea and no matter how much you see it, you will always end up craving more- that is how breathtaking it is. Siddharth Malhotra's abode, designed by interior designer Gauri Khan, offers fancy floor-to-ceiling windows so that even inside, he can enjoy a gorgeous view of the Arabian Sea. The view once you step onto the balcony is, of course, breathtaking! 

3. A Tea Bar like Alia Bhatt's Juhu House

Shaheen Bhatt and Alia Bhatt are big-time tea lovers, so having a tea bar in their abode made a lot of sense! A tea bar is utterly relevant in a country like ours, where the number of tea lovers has always been whoppingly high. This tea bar features a tasteful collection of tea kettles, cups and a dark wooden palette for both the seating and the bar counter. 

4. Retractable Ceiling like Suniel Shetty's Khandala House

Want to see the sky while sitting in your living room? Well, the Shettys know how it is done. In their utterly beautiful house, Jahaan, they use a remote, and their ceiling retracts, and you are sitting under the finest views of the firmament with the best kind of natural light and air. All things wild have been used abundantly in the Shetty abode, and the Architectural design is utterly sympathetic to the existing terrain and landform. The house harmoniously blends with nature! 

5. Living Room Pond-Watch like the Prime Beach in Juhu

Famed 'Khiladi', Akshay Kumar and Twinkle Khanna's duplex sea-facing abode has a one-of-a-kind living room pond watch. In this Juhu house, the pool is the living room's centrepiece and embodies an organic feel that runs throughout both floors. Greens and other designs inspired by nature and directly incorporating nature are incorporated into this centrepiece. A beautiful blue and white patterned tiled walkway connects to a wooden staircase to the Kumar house's glass-doored living room. The stairs are bridged atop a water body laden with beautiful greens, statues and sculptures. It looks like an artful piece of nature. 

6. Personal Auditorium Akin to Mannat

An interior designer's house is a design case study in itself. Mannat is a Grade III notified heritage structure. Home to the King Khan and his family, this house has a personal auditorium. Designed by Gauri Khan, it is a tastefully and elegantly done-up space. Gauri, who says she does not enjoy minimalism, designs spaces differently. 

7. Paintings Like the Ones in Jalsa

The Bachchans are ardent art lovers, and their home in Juhu houses some of the finest and most expensive artworks from around the world. When the Bachchans posted a picture from a family gathering in 2021, it became the subject matter of much discussion. What caught the attention of netizens most was a bull painting in the background. Featuring preponderant use of blue and white, this masterpiece was made by a popular artist named Manjit Bawa (1941-2008), who mainly painted deities, nature and animals. Reportedly, this painting costs ₹ 4 crores.

Final Thoughts

Wrapping up, the expensive houses of Bollywood stars can serve as inspiration for our spaces. We can incorporate these features with personalised touches into our abodes and educate ourselves about design. For doing so, it is always best to discuss with our designers. Be it Alia Bhatt's tea bar or retractable ceilings from Jahaan, the littlest of design elements can bring the biggest of changes and experiences.