Virat Kohli, the reigning captain of the Indian cricket team, is considered to be the most elegant right-handed batsman of Team India. This eligible bachelor married the famous Indian Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma on 11th December 2017. It is rumored that after their marriage, the couple moved into a Worli apartment that Virat had bought in 2016. Virat had bought the apartment for a whopping 34 crores!
The couple’s abode was built by Omkar Realtors and Developers. Their flat is approximately 7000 sq. ft in area and has a ceiling height of 13 feet. The sea-facing apartment faces the Arabian Sea.
Let’s take you on a small tour of Anushka and Virat’s posh residence:
Virat’s home is situated on the 35th floor of the C tower of this stunning-looking building. The C tower is supposedly the most luxurious tower of this building. The three towers have 70 floors each and offer over 400 sky bungalows which have an area ranging from 3,000 to 18,000 sq ft. The estimated price of an apartment in this building ranges from INR 15 crores to INR 100 crores. People who own apartments in this building include famous personalities from fields such as sports, banking, finance, education etc.
The dining room has been done in shades of gold, which give the room a luxurious and elegant feel. The dining table seats 8 people and a beautiful chandelier is hung above the table. The table is set with stylish crockery, that perfectly complements the room. Next to the dining room is a kitchen which has bar tables. It is also rumored that the apartment has a separate bar for hard drinks.
The washroom and bathing area in the apartment is reminiscent of a spa in a 5-star hotel. Complete with modern amenities like a jacuzzi and golden colored wash basins, the bathrooms are as luxurious and as spellbinding as every other room in the house.
Virat has got the apartment customized according to his taste and preferences. The large living area is decked with glass panels which provide amazing views of Mumbai. Each room has a ceiling height of 13 feet. The elegance and luxury of the apartment even beat the decor of some of the top hotels in the country.
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