Shah Rukh Khan's Lavish Bungalow Mannat Gets Sealed In Plastic; Is It For Protection From COVID-19 Or The Heavy Rain? Deets Here

Shah Rukh Khan’s sprawling Bandra mansion Mannat gets covered in plastic for safety purposes; pictures go viral on social media

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Shah Rukh Khan's Lavish Bungalow Mannat Gets Sealed In Plastic; Is It For Protection From COVID-19 Or The Heavy Rain? Deets Here
Bollywood celebrities make it a point to do everything larger than life and superstar Shah Rukh Khan serves as one of the best examples of it. We all are aware of his heavenly abode in Bandra that also is a tourist destination, rather a temple, for millions of his fans, who turn up once or twice every year to catch a glimpse of the actor. Well, the very same bungalow has now been decked up in plastic for safety purposes. A picture of the same is going viral on social media and it shows Shah Rukh Khan's Mannat being sealed in plastic.

Now, while News18 reports that the Happy New Year actor has got his bungalow covered with plastic to safeguard his family from the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, Bollywood Life speculates that the actor has got it done to protect his mansion from the heavy rainfall in Mumbai. It has to be noted that SRK lives right in front of the sea and in such cases; every kind of precaution is a must. King Khan resides with his wife and three kids in Mannat, which is reportedly worth Rs 200 crores.

Mannat has six stories, multiple bedrooms and living areas, a gymnasium, pool, library, and a personal auditorium, which makes it among one of the most expensive residences in Mumbai and the top ten celebrity houses of the world.

Check out the picture:

SRK

SRK



On the work front, Shah Rukh Khan is rumoured to have signed three biggies that include one with Rajkumar Hirani and the other one with War fame Siddharth Anand. We, however, wait for an official announcement.


image source: instagram/iamsrk; APH
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