These Bollywood actors’ uber-plush homes, will get you all red with envy

“Where we love is home- home that our feet may leave, but not our hearts.”- Oliver Wendell Holmes, therefore, a well-balanced home interior design is important for a balanced mind and body. Our Bollywood celebrities are too quite diligent advocates of the likewise mindset.

1. Rajnikanth


The South Indian superstar Rajnikanth well known for his gigantic captivating persona owns a beautiful spacious mansion located in the Raghava Veera Avenue of Poes Garden, Tamil Nadu, with a blend of subtle yet chic serene aesthetics. The living- room reflects the king-size lifestyle, surrounded by the lush magnificent nature that is visible through the spectacular premium window glasses.

Another marvel is the exquisite modern kitchen with an extremely classy décor and crystal clear floor furnishings. The usage of pastel colour combination is soothing to the eye and relaxing. The architectural design of the overall house is quite modern.

The simple and chaste mix and match of the shades of brown and white have further made this South Indian heartthrob home truly an impeccable work of art!

2. Akshay Kumar

The action hero of the Indian Bollywood industry is the Khiladi Akshat Kumar – also popular for his undaunted discipline and work ethics. His wife Mrs. Twinkle Khanna, a professional interior designer as well, has sculpted their sea-facing house as a piece of art by using a lot of artistic wooden furnishings. The house consists of lush gardens, beautiful bougainvillea bushes, indoor ponds, banana leaves masking the windows, perhaps, making it a paradise for the nature lovers.

“Living by the sea is wonderful. It’s nice to just sit on the parapet and watch the sunset,” Twinkle said in an interview to Vogue.

The couple’s paradise comprises – the living area, kitchen, dining area, and the first floor that is dedicated to Akshay’s huge closet, while the second floor is for the bedrooms and Twinkle’s study. Twinkle had recently shared an Instagram post showing off some of her designer skills, “Though a green thumb does sound like some sort of a fungal infection, I believe that I could possibly be the proud possessor of one,” she wrote. Their appreciation for art one can sense by the house being decorated with large art pieces, statues, and memorabilia she has collected over the years.

The pond in the middle of their living room is a fresh idea. And don’t miss the painting of Durga riding on a scooter with Shiva in the background. (Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
(Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
Dinign perfection (Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
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Twinkle and Akshay’s favourite part of their house is the backyard. (Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
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Wondering how she manages to keep the house spic and span with her little daughter running around. (Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
(Photo courtesy: Vogue India)
The house has been blessed by Lord Ganesha on every corner with his statues on every corner.

3. Kangana Ranaut

Kangana Ranaut’s exceptional bold and beautiful charm has significantly inspired her queen-sized mountain retreat located in Manali, designed by Miss Shabnam Gupta also the designer for Irrfan Khan’s house.

The interiors are dominant with the handicrafts such as Hand-painted wood paneling, family photos and antique shawls that double as throws and antiquity. The bedroom resembles the simplicity and beauty of the Himalayan mountains whilst they dazzle with snow. Kangana’s taste for finer things can be seen by the niche and unique collection of rugs, furniture, etc she has incorporated in her house. Further, the usage of glass has enhanced its grand appeal. Overall, the home design is extremely European that one can guess from the colour combination used in the interior – grey, white, and blue. The staircase is made of reclaimed teak. In the yoga room, the flooring is done with teak hardwood.

Kangana Ranaut’s plush bungalow in Manali costs Rs 30 crore?
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(Image Credit: Ashish Sahi for Architectural Digest India, May – June 2018 issue)

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(Image Credit: Ashish Sahi for Architectural Digest India, May – June 2018 issue)