Last two decades have been very good for India and its economy.  In this period many new Business Men rose and earned big. One similarity about these Business Men was that invested heavily in their business, and another similarity was that they also invested a big chunk of their earning in luxuries. And when it comes to luxury, a big mansion like home with all the facilities is the first choice for all these Industrialist and celebrities. Here we are listing some of the most expensive houses owned by celebrities and industries in India.

1. Antila

Owner: Mukesh Ambani

Value: 10000 Crore Rs.

About: Most expensive home in India is Antila. It is also the most expensive home in the world. Owned by richest person in India Mukesh Ambani. The building is spread in 400, 000 Square foot and have 27 storeys, 6 of them is reserved for parking and 3 for helipad. Imagine any luxury you want in your home, you can find it in this lavish building.


2. Anil Ambani’s Abode

Owner: Anil Ambani

Value: Approx 5000 Crore Rs.

About: Anil Ambani is trying to catch his brother even in the race of luxurious home. His new home is going to be Abode – currently under construction. Reportedly the cost of the building is reaching 5000 Crore Rs. which could increase. If this is true then two Ambani brothers will own two most expensive home in the world.

3. Mannat

Owner: Shahrukh Khan

Value: 125 Crore – 150 Crore Rs.

About: King of Bollywood and also the second richest actor in the world owns one of the 10 most expensive homes in India. His dream home named “Mannat” is situated at Bandra, Mumbai.

5. Ratan Tata’s Bungalow

Owner: Ratan Tata

Value: 125 Crore – 150 Crore Rs.

About: Ratan Tata is one of the best and most respected Industrialist of the world. His home at colaba is no less than a mansion. Spread in 15, 000 square feet area, it has 3 storeys and six levels with an infinity pool at the top. This mansion has all the lavish features and luxurious for an industrialist like Mr. Ratan Tata

6. JK House

Owner: Gautam Singhania

About: Gautam Singhania’s JK house which is situated at Breach Kandy Mumbai is surely one of the 10 most expensive homes in India. His home has 30 floors which includes 6 floor for parking, one for helipad, a museum, health centre and an apartment for each family member with all the luxuries.


7. White House in the Sky

Owner: Vijay Mallya

Value: More than 100 Crore

About: This list of 10 most expensive homes in India will be incomplete without mentioning UB Group chairman Vijay Mallya. Vijay Mallya’s new lavish under construction mansion in situated in UB City Bangalore. UB city is the township owned by UB group of which Mr. Mallya is chairman. His name is enough to guess that this mansion will have larger than life facilities, features and luxuries.

8. Navin Jindal’s Home at leafy Lutyens Bungalow Zone

Owner: Naveen Jindal

Value: Approx 125 Crore – 150 Crore Rs.

About: Industrialist turned politician, Naveen Jindal, lives in an expensive bungalow which has an estimated cost of Rs 125 – 150 crore. The bungalow is located in Delhi’s leafy Lutyens Bungalow Zone where prices have risen 8-folds in the past decade. The zone also houses bungalows of other famous industrialists like Sunil Mittal, KP Singh, Naveen Jindal, and LN Mittal

9. Shashi Ruia and Ravi Ruia at Tees January Marg

Owner: Essar Group Chairman Shashi Ruia and Vice Chairman Ravi Ruia

Value: 120 Crore Rs.

About: Essar Group Chairman Shashi Ruia and Vice Chairman Ravi Ruia searched their new home all over the world but then settled for a lavish bungalow situated at Teen January Marg New Delhi. The bungalow is worth Rs. 100 Crore and have all luxurious features which is surely one of the 10 most expensive homes in India.

10. Rana Kapoor’s Home at Tony Altamount Road Mumbai

Owner: YES Bank CEO Rana Kapoor

Value: 120 Crore Rs

About: Next in 10 most expensive homes in India is YES Bank CEO Rana Kapoor’s new building at tony Altamount road Mumbai. He recently bought himself a treat. A building at Tony Altamount Road Mumbai, which is worth about 120 Crore Rs. The building was previously owned by Citi Group. Mr. Kapoor has plans to turn this building into his new residence.

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