Mukesh Ambani House: Mukesh Ambani has a net worth of about 80.2 billion, which is included in the list of world’s richest persons. According to reports, he is currently the tenth richest man in the world. According to the Hurun India Rich List 2020, the country’s big industrialists earn Rs 90 crore per hour. His richness is also seen from his bungalow ‘Antilia’, which is located in the most expensive and posh area of South Mumbai. Many reports suggest Antilia to be among the most expensive homes in the world.
The whole family lived here: Mukesh and Nita Ambani have named their home ‘Antilia’ after an island in the Atlantic Ocean. However, before that he lived in a house in Colaba with his mother Kokilaben Ambani, younger brother Anil Ambani and the whole family. Mukesh Ambani lived with his family in this 14 floor house located at Sea Wind, Cuffe Parade.
Antilia made in 2010: In the year 2010, Mukesh Ambani’s dream palace was completed as Antilia. But it took his family more than a year to shift. This means that until 2011, he lived in a Sea Wind apartment. It has been reported in some reports that there was a Vaastu defect in Antilia. According to a report by GQ India, a 10-day puja was also organized to remove Vastu defects.
Every month there are crores of expenses in the maintenance of antilia: It is mentioned in many media reports that the maintenance of Antilia costs about 2.5 crores every month. The cost of Antilia, which is called the world’s most expensive private bungalow, is said to be between 6 to 12 thousand crores. The bungalow is designed by Australian designer Leighton Holdings. While the interior of the house has been designed by the famous architects Perkins and Will of Chicago.
Learn the specialty of this house: This house of Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani has a parking arrangement on the initial 6 underground floors. There are also three swimming pools, gyms, yoga studios, temples, dance studios, spas, snow rooms and 3 helipads on the terrace.