The new 12 months appears to have introduced in new achievements for a lot of Bollywood celebs already. After it was just lately reported that Hrithik Roshan, Nia Sharma, and (*39*) Matondkar have bought new properties in Mumbai, the experiences counsel that Janhvi Kapoor has purchased herself a brand new house in the town. Also Read – (*39*) Matondkar Buys New Office For Rs 3.75 Crore in Mumbai’s Khar Area, Here’s All About The Property Deal
The 23-years-outdated actor purchased a triplex in Juhu for a whopping Rs 39 crore. As reported by Square Feet India, it’s a triplex unfold on the 14th, fifteenth, and sixteenth flooring of the constructing that comes below the JVPD scheme which could be very standard amongst celebrities. Also Read – Nia Sharma Buys a Stunning House in Mumbai, Shares Photos From Her Balcony
The two-movie outdated actor has paid Rs 78 lakh because the registration of the flats and the fee was made on December 10 whereas the deal was struck on December 7. Along with the three flats, Janhvi has additionally been allotted six automotive-parking in the constructing which is house to many celebrities already. The carpet space of the flat as per the paperwork accessed by the property web site is 3,456 sq. ft. Also Read – Hrithik Roshan Buys a New House For Rs 97.50 cr With a Sprawling View of Arabian Sea – Here Are All Details
Meanwhile, the actor is at the moment holidaying in Goa along with her co-star and rumoured beau Kartik Aaryan. The duo was just lately clicked by a fan on the streets of Goa and the image went instantly viral on social media. Both the celebrities can be seen in Dostana 2 collectively.
Janhvi debuted in Bollywood with the 2018 film Dhadak after which she appeared in the Netflix movie Gunjan Saxena that launched final 12 months. The actor has been dwelling along with her father and sister thus far whereas her brother Arjun Kapoor lives individually with sister Anshula Kapoor.
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