Amitabh Bachchan bought luxurious apartments in Mumbai, knowing the price will be sweat
Hindi cinema veteran Amitabh Bachchan has bought a Duplex apartment in the Andheri area of Mumbai, knowing the price of which will land under his feet. In the purchase of this apartment, one can buy another small flat in the stamp duty that Amitabh has filled.
Property website Zapkey.com has claimed to be the registration document for this property of Amitabh Bachchan, according to which, Big B has purchased a 5184 sq ft duplex apartment in the under-construction Atlantis project in the Andheri area, which is worth 31 crores and 62 rupees. Lakh rupees stamp duty has been paid.
The deal was signed in December last year. As reported by the Economics Times, Sunny Leone and Anand L. Rai have also bought properties in this project. Sunny has paid 16 crores for a 4365 sq ft apartment. At the same time, Anand L Rai’s apartment is worth 25 crores.
Apart from other properties, Amitabh Bachchan’s bungalow located in the Juhu area of Mumbai is considered an iconic building for film lovers. Apart from this, there are three more bungalows in this area, namely Vatsa, Janaka, and Jalsa.
recently, Amitabh Bachchan was in discussion for his charity during Corona Virus Pandemic. Actually, he had told through the blog what has been done. Big B wrote this blog to respond to trolls on social media.
Amitabh wrote- Yes, I do charity, but never thought it right to talk about it. This is embarrassing. Despite being in such a profession, he is hesitant to be present in public. But there is the pressure of abuses and abusive comments every day. However, it does not matter to me or my family. We have been watching all this for a long time.
Big B told in the blog that he had paid a bank loan of 1500 farmers from his personal fund, so as not to commit suicide. During the last Kovid, arrangements for 4 lakh daily wage laborers of the country were made for one month. Lunch and dinner of about 5000 people were arranged in Mumbai. Mask and PPE kits were arranged for frontline workers, police, hospitals from their own private funds.
Talking about films, Amitabh will be seen in Brahmastra directed by Ayan Mukerji. Apart from this, Faces, Flocks, Mayday will also be released.