The girls made ice-cream that day, and it was the "Best night ever!" for the Kesari actress.
Priyanka, thanking the "hostess with the mostest," complimented Isha for her house.
Ratan Tata's Colaba sea-facing bungalow is divided into seven floors
Now Ambanis and Piramals are not the only families to own such expensive houses in Mumbai.
We have Ratan Tata, former chairman, Tata group, whose sea-facing bungalow in Colaba is worth Rs. 150cr.
The 13,350sqft property is divided into seven floors, and has a lounge room, a gym, a sun deck to an infinity swimming pool, a media room and a playroom.
Kumar Mangalam Birla's house has reportedly 20 bedrooms
Kumar Mangalam Birla, Chairman of the Aditya Birla Group, stays in Jatia House, a Rs. 425cr-worth property in Malabar Hill.
The house, having built-up area of minimum 28,000sqft, has reportedly 20 bedrooms. The ceilings and wall cladding of the ballroom are made of Burma teakwood.
The building, used for Kumar's personal use, has a garden attached with a pond, and also a central courtyard.
Uncle Anil Ambani also owns a lavish house
Mukesh's brother, Anil Ambani, too owns an expensive house in Pali Hill. The over 16,000sqft property is 17-storeyed, and is apparently 66mts high.
Separately, Cyrus Poonawalla, chairman of Poonawalla Group, purchased Lincoln House by paying a whopping Rs. 750cr. The house, once served as the US consulate in Mumbai, was originally the property of Jammu and Kashmir's Maharaja Hari Singh until 1957.
Mannat is worth Rs. 200cr, Gautam Singhania owns 30-storey property
Raymond group's Gautam Singhania owns JK House, a massive 30-storey property in Breach Candy.
The building has a museum, a swimming pool, six levels of parking, a private spa, a helipad, and also apartments for the family members.
Mannat, Shah Rukh Khan's abode, is worth around Rs. 200cr, and includes a library, an entertainment zone, spacious offices and an entire floor for his kids.