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Valentine’s Day special: 7 most beautiful celebrity homes of Bollywood couples

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Valentine’s Day special: 7 most beautiful celebrity homes of Bollywood couples

Forever a fascinating source of interior inspiration for home renovation and refurbishment projects, this list of celebrity homes of Bollywood couples is curated to gratify our wildest dreams. From palatial bungalows to palace-like properties to cute apartments with a view of the city, here are some prime AD-approved celebrity homes whose owners and architects have moved mountains to make the properties as stunning as possible.  

Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan 

Probably the most popular address in Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan moved into their home, Mannat, in 2001. Gauri and architect-designer Kaif Faquih slowly and thoughtfully put together a space to create a warm, family nest. For over a decade, from luxury exhibitions to vetted pieces from a variety of stores and vintage posters of Sholay, Mughal-E-Azam, Ram Aur Shyam, were added to their halls. 

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Mannat is a 1920s-era, Grade III heritage structure, that features a white Neo-classical, all-white facade, and a six-story annex. The home has multiple rooms, a terrace, a garden, an office, elevators, and spacious entertainment areas. Overall, the vibe is eclectic, personal, and maximalist. Accents curated by her from stores all over the world, design fairs like Maison & Objet in Paris and Salone del Mobile in Milan, find pride of place.

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Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli, the former Indian cricket team captain has a home in Mumbai as well as in Gurgaon. The Mumbai home is an apartment in one of Worli’s high rises with over 70 floors and three cylindrical towers, where he lives with his wife, Anushka Sharma. The 7,171- square-foot apartment has uninterrupted views of the Arabian Sea and a bird’s-eye-view of the city of Mumbai. 

The home has several intriguing features — a ceiling height of 13 feet, and verandas that extend from each bedroom with nature in proximity making it a green and breezy space. Their home has an indoor gym and all the other modern comforts of a city apartment. The wooden art-filled interior with a hint of pastel is ideal. While the apartment exudes a minimalistic vibe, their home does justice to the art it adorns via quaint corners and lively backgrounds.

Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor 

An arched doorway serves as the architectural introduction to the actors’ living space and continues as a recurring design feature offering a European touch to the interiors. The understated colour palette is boldly defied by a mustard-hued couch that commands its own presence, which warms up to earthy wooden tones in the chevron flooring, and a full-sized bookshelf that is dotted with personal mementos from the couple’s life together.

The home is bathed in natural light from the floor-to-ceiling windows, the open design of the space means that it can easily transition into the backdrop for larger events. Panelled walls and muted colours serve as the thread of coherence tying all the rooms together, and the couple’s bedroom is engrossed in Scandinavian-inspired hues with cosy textures and a vintage three-way mirror adding character to the space. 

Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja 

Sonam Kapoor Ahuja’s London home, located in the plush neighbourhood of Notting Hill, is a designer’s paradise. The spacious apartment, which she shares with her husband Anand Ahuja, harbours an old-world charm with vintage furniture, velvet couches, Persian rugs, nature-inspired wallpaper, and opulent chandeliers. The aesthetic dichotomy is achieved through a pleasing medley of dramatic elements and artisanal pieces. The home balances the right amount of edginess and integrates it with simplicity.

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Artwork is prominent in their household with Sonam Kapoor Ahuja having a taste for all the finer things. You can see textures that create an envelope of warmth, and the minute you walk in, you sink yourself in the luxurious textures of the home. 

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Aparshakti Khurana and Aakriti Ahuja

Aparshakti Khurana’s Mumbai home might not be a movie set, but the interior is theatrical in its own way. The far wall is distressed painted with an ‘exploded’ brick effect, looks as though a scene from an action movie, and the sinewy candelabra-style chandeliers might have enjoyed a past life in a silent-movie-era production. The inspiration was drawn from Tropical Modernism; something textured, layered, poised, and accented with beautifully restored elements. 

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Taking inspiration from the traditional gentlemen’s clubs of London, they decided on a masculine palette and picked up many artefacts from Chor Bazar, channeling their inner ‘filminess’. The home ‘Arziyaan’, is a heady kaleidoscope of prints and patterns: colourful blooms manifest on cushions and lampshades, stripes cloak the armchair, and the shell wears a tantalizing teabag mottle. And yet, somehow, there is a cohesive sync, as if all the elements were born together in the same breath.

Kunal Nayyar and Neha Kapur 

Kunal Nayyar moved into a Nichols Canyon compound with his wife, Neha Kapur Nayyar, in late 2011, he was overwhelmed by the idea of decorating a 5,000-square-foot hacienda surrounded by jungle—or as close to the jungle as one gets in Los Angeles. Neha saw the façade’s unique shade of pink, and the property’s somewhat triangular shape which drew her in. It is a very good omen in Indian culture to have your house open into the back like a triangle.

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Many design pros helped bring a new lightness to the previously chintz-filled interior, without altering the bones, and even retained a few chandeliers that have been hanging in the house for 25 years. The couple always wanted to maintain a flowing indoor-outdoor energy in the house, which is why they keep an abundance of plants. To channel their love for nature and embrace their visually complex aesthetic. The house also consists of a library that takes you into a salon-like closet, to the powder room from Parisian to jungle-y.

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Aditya Seal and Anushka Ranjan 

Anushka and Aditya bought their Mumbai Duplex apartment in November 2020. Unlike most couples, Anushka and Aditya’s aesthetic preferences were remarkably aligned. Whether it was material palettes, prints, or even colour choices, they were always on the same page which eradicated design differences and made work easy for the designers. At the entrance of the newlywed’s home, a rather whimsical baby seal takes its place, animating the wall and nodding to its namesake owners. 

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The duo was mindful of keeping the home distant from the fanfare and footlights of showbiz. The palette was pared back to muted tones, patterns, and textures, the floor warmed with wood. Whites and pastels filled the blank spaces. It channels a tranquil sanctuary aesthetic with the botanical-printed wallpapers. Characterful tchotchkes and souvenirs from the couple’s pre wedding days dotted the shelves and surfaces, providing a pop of colour against the muted periphery. Herringbone enlivens the living, dining, and vanity areas, while the bedrooms don a diagonal pattern.

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