Inside Pictures Of Saif Ali Khan And Kareena Kapoor Khan At The Regal Pataudi Palace Will Leave You AWESTRUCK

Saif Ali Khan’s ancestral home, Pataudi palace valuing Rs. 800 crore, is certainly a masterpiece in itself

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Inside Pictures Of  Saif Ali Khan And Kareena Kapoor Khan At The Regal Pataudi Palace Will Leave You AWESTRUCK
Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor Khan’s ancestral royal property, the Pataudi palace values Rs. 800 crore  and has been the family’s most coziest place to unwind for years now. Seen in many Bollywood movies as well as Hollywood movies, this palace exudes royalty that shall leave many with twinkle in their eyes.  Earlier home to Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi and Sharmila Tagore’s and their kids Saif Ali Khan, Saba Ali Khan and Soha Ali Khan has now welcomed family’s daughter-in-law Kareena Kapoor and son-in-law Kunal Kemmu and their kids, Taimur Ali Khan and Inaaya Naumi Kemmu. 

Today we get a bank of images of this royal palace that shall help you get a sneak peek of it. The palace from the outside is like vision in white that will compel you to skip your heartbeat, spread over 10 acres. With green lawn stretching around it, where we mostly see the little ones Tim and Inaaya along with their parents, spending a lot of quality time. The palace also has a lot of seating arrangement in the lawn having a vintage touch. Also a similar kind of seating arrangement can be seen in the nook and corner of the palace’s massive balcony. 

Followed by as you step inside the palace, there is a study room with four doors, having a colonial-style vibe, it also has a massive dining area with tall windows, letting in ample amount of light as the Pataudis enjoy a meal together. The number of rooms in this palace will leave you surprised it has 150 rooms, each designed in a unique manner. The palace has 2 stairways with chessboard flooring in between, enhancing this area is a roaring tiger artifact placed right in the centre. And lastly a long and narrow hallway that will take you down the memory as it is filled with photo frames.  Take a look at inside pictures of the Pautaudi palace below- 




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