Alia Bhatt Gets A New Moving Home Designed By Shah Rukh Khan's Wife Gauri Khan; See Pictures

Alia Bhatt is on cloud nine. And why not? A new house and now a new vanity van designed by Gauri Khan!

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Alia Bhatt Gets A New Moving Home Designed By Shah Rukh Khan's Wife Gauri Khan; See Pictures
Raazi star Alia Bhatt made headlines recently when she bought a new apartment in Mumbai and reportedly paid twice the amount (Rs 13 crore). And now once again Alia's another property is making noise on social media. which is her plush new vanity van. Well the Vanity van is extremely breathtaking- thanks to Shah Rukh Khan’s wife Gauri Khan who has designed it.

Alia herself took to her Instagram to share the pictures and wrote, " A glimpse of my new moving home.. @gaurikhan"

In few minutes, she added some more pictures and wrote, "When one has to direct ones shot cause one isn't blessed with long legs"

Looks like the beautiful actress just can't get over the exquisitely-designed vanity van. The interiors of the van are equipped with mood light, Victorian-era looking lamp and a massive painting of books. The floor has a wooden touch while the walls have a steel look for the mood lighting to bounce off and reflect throughout the interiors.

Talking more on Alia's new home is said to be worth Rs 13.11 crore on the first floor of a swanky building in Juhu. “There's a premium attached to these properties and going by the rate, the price that Bhatt paid for this property isn't very high. The property is exactly like a house a celebrity would like to invest in,” Sangeet Hemant Kumar, of SHK Ventures, had opined. And this isn’t the only home she owns in Mumbai. The actress had also bought two more Juhu properties in Juhu – one for Rs 5.16 crore while the other one for Rs 3.83 crore. We wonder how much she had to pay Gauri Khan for her fancy new ‘moving house’.

Image Source:- Instagram/aliaabhatt/ejove
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