Top 5 Bollywood Actors having the most lavish houses

Bollywood is a place of glamour as well as luxury. So the actors spend enough amount to live that royal and extravagant life. Here are some of the actors who have super expensive houses:

5.HRITIK ROSHAN

Hritik Roshan’s bungalow at Juhu named as Paris is woth Rs.50 crores. The house has been customized by his preferences and is designed by architect Ashiesh Shah. The house is so huge that it has its own foosball table, a billiards table and a vending machine that dispenses chocolates for Hrithik’s two sons Hrehaan and Hridhaan.

4. JOHN ABRAHAM 

The actor resides in a penthouse named Villa In The Sky which is worth Rs.60 crores and is specially designed by his brother architect Alan. The penthouse is located at Bandra West and is at 7th and 8th floor with a total area of 4000 square feet.It is a combination of two older apartments into one modern, spacious two-level flat and terrace.

3. AKSHAY KUMAR

The Khiladi of Bollywood and wife Twinkle own a duplex home in Prime Beach Juhu which is priced at ₹80 crores.The lavish home has a mesmerizing pond in the living room. It has been decorated with influential feminist art and smart décor all designed by Twinkle Khanna. The house has a purely nature based theme.

2. AMITABH BACHCHAN 

For more than three decades, Big B has been greeting his fans from all over the world from his house popularly known as Jalsa. The house costs between ₹100 and ₹120 crores. Even though Big B has four properties named Pratiksha, Janak and Vasra he prefers to live up in Jalsa. The house has not been bought by him but has been gifted to him by Ramesh Sippy for his excellence in the movie Satte Pe Satta.

1. SHAHRUKH KHAN

The King Khan of Bollywood owns a house that looks not less than a palace. His home named Mannat is the most expensive house in the world whose worth is Rs.200 crores. He bought it at whopping Rs.13.32 crores back in 2001. It is a 6 storey high sea facing house located at Bandstand in Bandra West which an attractive tourist spot and a heritage building.