Shah Rukh Khan is one of the biggest movie stars in India The stardom he enjoys in India and abroad is purely unmatchable. King of Romance SRK has been ruling everyone’s heart with his wit, humour, and impeccable acting skills. Apart from this, to everyone’s attention, SRK is one of the richest Bollywood actors who is also a proud owner of numerous premium properties in India and abroad.
The Dear Zindagi actor is certainly Badshah of Bollywood for a reason. Let us go through the list of ridiculously expensive and luxurious properties owned by Mr Khan
Mannat: King Khan bought this premium bungalow in 2001 from a Parsi family. Since then the actor is happily staying there with his family. In the year 2001, the price of this humongous property was around Rs 13.30 crore which is now valued at a whopping Rs 200 crores. The overall space of this bungalow is around 26,328 Sq.ft and is located in Bandra, Mumbai.
London House: King Khan owns property in Park Lane area of Central London. If reports are to be believed, he is the only Bollywood star to pump in so much money to buy this ultra-premium property in Central London. This piece of luxury property was owned by King Khan in 2009 for Rs 172 Crores.
Dubai Villa: SRK loves his Dubai Villa! Yes, you heard it right! King of Romance, SRK has a villa in Palm Jumeriah, Dubai which is named as “Jannat”. A Dubai based Real Estate Developer gifted this property to him which is worth Rs 18 crores. This property has a private pool and a car garage space that is operated through remotes. Doesn’t that sound exciting?
3 BHK Flat: This 3 BHK flat was SRK’s first property in Mumbai which was in a building named, “Shree Amrit Apartments” located at Carter Road, Bandra West. The Don actor’s house is on the 7th floor of this building.
Well, this was it from our side; you tell us which one of these has become your news favourite?
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