Karan Johar’s swanky duplex Mumbai apartment is a dream house, which is designed by none other than Gauri Khan. Karan Johar is the successfull Bollywood actor, director, producer, screenwriter, judge on TV reality shows, and most recently, an award-winning radio jockey, is ringing his 48th birthday today, is known to throw some serious style Inspro of his lavish, swanky duplex apartment in the heart of Mumbai at Bandra.
On Top of a Mumbai High-Rise
The lavish duplex designed by Gauri Khan, the terrace of the apartment features several interesting details and is a picture perfect space for selfie lovers. As you step into his tinted glass doors which doubles up as a mirror, you'll see an expansive, contemporary space in shades of black and white, with geometric marble on the floor in the same palatte. The lounge area of Karan Johar's house includes low tables with wooden tops and marble detailing. During the lockdown, however, his terrace has become his new favourite spot for some family time. He was also spotted at his terrace with his children taking part on the day of Janta curfew.
Karan Johar bought his apartment at Rs. 30 crore in 2010. Apart from having a luxury house, he also owns some truly swanky cars like BMW and Mercedes. He shifted to his new duplex apartment in 2015.
Karan's living room is all about the natural lights enteeing into his house from the ceiling flaunting wooden panels. His all of the lights are of modern designs and the sitting or living area is made of plush sofas with white cushions in earthy hues.
Karan Johar's dressing room or walk-in wardrobe has a full mirror and had a perfect room and space that most of us would love to have, specially girls would love to have a wardrobe room as his.
To get more detailing into his swanky duplex apartment, scroll down.
Here we're wishing Karan Johar a fabulous birthday and a fashion fabulosity for the coming future!
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