Fit for King! What's inside SRK's Dubai-villa, worth Rs. 18cr?
When they say Shah Rukh Khan lives life king-size, they mean it! He owns a sea-facing bungalow, the extremely popular Mannat, in Mumbai which is worth Rs. 200 crore. But that's not the only extravagant residence he owns. King Khan owns a luxurious private island home in UAE's Palm Jumeirah, the largest artificial archipelago in the world. So what makes it special? Let's tell you.
SRK received the villa as a formal gift in 2007
Located in K Frond of the spectacular Palm Jumeirah, the swanky villa, named "Jannat", is priced at a whopping $2.8 million (around Rs. 18 crore), GQ India reports. Built on a 14,000 square feet plot and spread over an area of 8,500 square feet, the villa was formally gifted to SRK by a Dubai based-property developer in September 2007.
Six bedrooms, two remote-controlled garages, and much more!
While the exteriors of the holiday villa are open for visitors, the interiors are (obviously) restricted and highly secured. The luxury mansion comprises six bedrooms and two remote-controlled garages. It also boasts of a long line-up of Richie Rich amenities and facilities such as a private pool and beach. Facilities like deep-sea fishing and other water sports are also available.
And what's more? It was designed by Gauri Khan
Interestingly, the interior design and decor of the house was done by the superstar's wife Gauri. In fact, in a 2016 interview, Gauri had revealed that they loved the beautiful view of the Dubai skyline from the villa and its high-end facilities. "We all love Dubai, and visit often, so it makes sense to have a home here," the producer/designer had said.
A bit about SRK's current projects
Separately, on the work front, SRK was last seen in Aanand L Rai's comedy-drama Zero (2018). Sadly for him, the movie turned out to be a box-office debacle. Since then, there have been countless rumors about him signing one movie or the other, but he has not given any official confirmation yet. He is set to do a cameo in Ayan Mukerji's Brahmastra.