- Kangana has been living in this five-bedroom house for three years.
- Kangana gave her house a makeover with interior designer Richa Bahl, who is the wife of Queen director Vikas Bahl.
Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut hails from Surajpur, a small town in Mandi, Himachal Pradesh. She had no filmi connections and is part of a conservative family that wanted her to be a doctor. However, she wanted something else from life. From Himachal to Chandigarh to Delhi to Mumbai she struggled at every level. There was a time in Mumbai she was so bankrupt that her only meal of the day would be bread and pickle.
Much later, Gangster happened. Fashion happened. Three National Award wins. Queen and Tanu Weds Manu. The rest is history.
Last year, she was grabbing the headlines, courtesy star babies like Hrithik Roshan, and before him, Adhyayan Suman who accused her of practising black magic. Now they stand at a distance and fume in solitude, looking at Kangana's career graph.
Recently, Architectural Digest, featured Kangana's 5 BHK antique yet modern flat in Khar, Mumbai. According to the magazine, Kangana’s early years in Bollywood were spent in a single room flat in Versova. After the success of Fashion, the actress purchased an apartment in a Santa Cruz highrise. She said, “I had new money, and my only instruction to the designer then was that he use the most expensive stuff ever.”
Later, she acquired her new house in Khar in 2013 and broke it down, because while it was very beautiful, it had no originality or any sense of belonging. Kangana gave her house a makeover with interior designer Richa Bahl, who is the wife of Queen director Vikas Bahl. Each room has its own specification and something that the star associates with.
Kangana has been living in this five-bedroom house for three years. And naturally, her favourite corner of the house is her bedroom. However, we have picked our favourites too.
The theme of the flat has been done keeping in mind Kangana’s home back in Himachal Pradesh.
And here they are:
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:58 PM