6 Expensive Billionaire Homes In India That Could Represent The GDP Of A Few Countries

by Sanjana Shenoy
6 Expensive Billionaire Homes In India That Could Represent The GDP Of A Few Countries

India is home to 138 billionaires, who live in luxurious homes, flaunting an outrageously wealthy lifestyle. Billionaire homes are aspirational in their names, swanky architecture and sprawling facilities. If you’re curious to know what these lavish homes are worth, then let’s tell you that these expensive billionaire homes are worth so much that could represent the GDP of a few countries. So, dive right in for a trip to some of the most expensive homes in India.

1. Antilia

India’s richest billionaire, Reliance Industries tycoon, Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia, is India’s most expensive property. The 27-storeyed building has every amenity you can possibly imagine. This includes an ice cream parlour, 3 helipads, salon, a movie theatre, multi-floor car parking and swimming pool. Reportedly, Antilia is worth anywhere between ₹6,000-₹12,000 crores. Leighton Holdings an Australia-based construction company and Perkins and Will, a Chicago based architecture firm are responsible for this masterpiece.

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2. Mannat

Bollywood’s King Khan, the very own Shah Rukh Khan’s abode is nothing less than a palace. The ₹200-crore property offering a panaromic view of the Arabian Sea is situated in Bandra, Mumbai. Mannat is so popular that it has become a popular tourist spot in the city for all Bollywood fans. People flock here to click pictures, wait below just to spot the beloved star.

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3. JK House

Nestled in South Mumbai, JK House belonging to the famed industrialist Gautam Singhania is the second tallest residential building after Antilla. This 30-storey property spanning 16,000 square feet has a residential space, five floors of reserved parking, two private swimming pools. a spa, helipad, recreational area and a gym.  An art gallery and museum is also in the works. It’s valued at around ₹6,000 crores.

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4. Jalsa

The Big B, Bollywood’s evergreen Amitabh Bachchan’s home in Juhu, Mumbai is like a pilgrimage site for aspiring actors and fans. The home is reportedly a 10,123 square feet double-storeyed property. It was gifted by renowned director Ramesh Sippy after Amitabh Bachchan finished shooting for Satte Pe Satta. The house has often made appearances in selfies and pictures posted by the actors Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai.


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5. Jatia House

The Chairman of Aditya Birla Group, KM Birla has a sprawling mansion spread across 30,000 square feet in Malabar Hill, Mumbai. This sea-facing property is known for having an expansive central courtyard, lush green garden, 20 bedrooms and a pond. In fact, it’s big enough to host a large gathering of over 500 to700 people. It’s worth ₹425 crores.

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6. Ratan Tata’s Retirement Home

Industrialist and philanthropist Ratan Tata’s retirement bungalow in Colaba, Mumbai is a luxurious abode. Spread across 13,350 feet this bungalow is divided into 7 storeys. It boasts of a fun media room, a beautiful sun deck, private parking area, huge infinity and a gym. It’s allegedly worth ₹150 crores.

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These are some of thh most expensive properties in India, owned by renowned billionaires. Right from their intricate architecture to the awe-inspiring amenities, they are tourist sites in their own.