Shahid Kapoor to Move into a House Worth Rs 56 Crore!

Shahid Kapoor to Move into a House Worth Rs 56 Crore!

Shahid Kapoor to move to a bigger house to welcome his second child
Shahid Kapoor to Move into a House Worth Rs 56 Crore!
Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput

Shahid Kapoor and Mira Rajput are now having a second child after baby Misha. And as with the rest of us, the couple feel the need to move to a bigger house as their family expands! Shahid recently revealed that he is soon going to move out of his Juhu residence and move to a much bigger place in Central Mumbai (Worli).

The ‘Padmavat’ actor has bought a duplex at Worli for a whopping Rs 56 crore on the 42nd and 43rd floor in Tower B of the apartment complex named Three Sixty West.  He has also revealed that the interiors of his house are being done and he is adding a small garden, a kid's activity room and a garden, all exclusively for Misha.

According to a report in DNA, the new house is an investment the actor needed to make. He has been quoted as saying, “I have bought a new home in Central Mumbai. It will be a year-and-a-half, perhaps even two, before we do the interiors and move in there. However, it’s an investment that I needed to make. I have a much smaller home in Juhu and with two children (the second one arriving in September), the requirement of the family has changed.”

The actor also shared that the new house has several other special attractions including a garden and gymnasium.  Shahid also shared that while earlier he'd always tell his estate agent that he wants a place with fewer neighbours and didn't want “people gawking” at him and “not be waylaid by people”, he now have to make sure the house is also a perfect place for Misha's growing up years. He said, “Today, our requirement is having a safe place for Misha where she can play with others. We want her to be with kids of her age because that’s how she will have a regular childhood. So, I had converted my 3BHK Andheri home in such a way that I had a massive bedroom, a walk-in wardrobe and the works. I was a bachelor then and my views on the subject were diametrically opposite to what they are now. Today, I want my children to have their own rooms. Obviously, Mira and my requirement is having a bigger space where the two of us can spend time.”

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