The extravagant residential properties of Bollywood celebrities have always been under the spotlight. We often spot a picture or two of their sprawling bedroom and walk-in closet, their tastefully designed homes, as they take to Instagram to share glimpses of their abodes. From Soha Ali Khan’s whimsical, striking interiors to Amitabh Bachchan’s palatial mansion, tour the homes of your favourite Libra celebrities.
The Libra celebrity’s home is a reflection of her personality – warm and sophisticated, with a splash of colour. Featuring wooden accents, floral upholstery, and a spacious balcony, designed by interior designer Richa Bahl, Parineeti’s home has a strong Scandinavian influence as the interiors focus on simplicity and functionality. The white interiors are injected with occasional pops of colour through interesting rugs, cushions and upholstery. There’s also a lot of European art strategically placed around the house. From the living room with a black and white theme and floor-to-ceiling glass windows to the quirky bar area, her home is a tranquil space where she relaxes after long days at shoots. Take a peek at her elegant and beautiful home.
Soha Ali Khan
The expansive home features sleek, state-of-the-art interiors, tasteful artworks, lavish upholstery, wooden accents, and a spacious balcony offering splendid views. Kunal Khemu and Khan’s home in Mumbai is an interesting blend of vintage and quirky elements, muted and bright colours and lots of sunshine. The plush flat located on the top of a nine-storey building is believed to be a wedding gift from Soha’s mother, Sharmila Tagore.
The living room with huge French windows gets abundant sunlight, making it a warm and inviting place to host friends. An elegant deep blue sofa is the standout piece here. Family photographs and some quirky artworks on the walls lend the space a unique character. Another part of their living room is as eclectic as it can get. There’s a bare brick wall, two stunning garage doors with spray-painted motifs, a pool table and a colourful and spongey floor for their daughter.
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