Milind Soman’s New Sea-Facing Apartment In Mumbai Worth ₹6.8 Crores Is Straight Out Of A Dream

by Ishita Agarwal
Milind Soman’s New Sea-Facing Apartment In Mumbai Worth ₹6.8 Crores Is Straight Out Of A Dream

Milind Soman, an actor and model, has a great reason to rejoice! According to reports, the fitness fanatic just purchased a beautiful, opulent property in Prabhadevi, one of Mumbai’s poshest neighbourhoods. Milind’s brand-new 4 BHK apartment offers breathtaking views of the Arabian Sea and Bandra Worli Sea Link.

Luxurious Sea Facing Apartment With Beautiful Interiors 

According to several media sources, Milind’s apartment has an area of 1720 square feet and is in the opulent Ocean Star complex, where apartments start at a staggering ₹6.8 crores. We can see from the photos that Milind Soman’s luxurious property has lovely décor and a sizable bedroom. White marble, vitrified tiles and wooden crates are used in the kitchen area. It has an elegant master bedroom too.

Moreover, this opulent residence is exquisitely constructed in shades of white and resembles nothing less than a fantasy home. 

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Here Is The Inside View Of The Apartment

Milind Soman
Photo Credits: Free Press Journal
Milind Soman
Photo Credits: Free Press Journal

Milind Soman Is An Fitness Enthusiast And ’90s Heart-throb

It’s interesting to note that the Bajirao Mastani actor, who is well-known for his athleticism and love of running, also owns a lot of luxury vehicles, watches, and homes. Furthermore, several people get inspiration from Milind Soman’s Instagram exercise photographs and videos.

 

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Meanwhile, for the movie “Emergency,” Milind Soman will take on the role of Field Marshal Sam Manekshaw, who served as the Chief of the Army Staff during the Indo-Pakistan War of 1971. 

Image Courtesy: Free Press Journal