Alia Bhatt Production bought a house worth Rs 37.80 crore, the actress gifted it to her sister

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Alia Bhatt Production bought a house worth Rs 37.80 crore, the actress gifted it to her sister

Alia Bhatt House in Mumbai: The production of Bollywood actress Alia Bhatt has bought a luxurious house in Mumbai. Its cost is Rs 37.80 crore. This house has been bought in Mumbai’s Bandra West, Mumbai. According to the document accessed by IndexTap.com, this information has come to the fore. The size of this house bought by Alia Bhatt Production is 2,497 square feet.

The Apartment Aerial View Cooperative Housing Society Limited located in Pali Hill has been purchased from Gold Street Mercantile Company Private Limited. According to the documents, many luxury facilities have been given under this apartment. Although the inside pictures of this house are not yet in front, but according to the information, it is not less than a luxury house.

how much stamp duty

Alia Bhatt has paid Rs 37.80 crore to buy this house of 2,497 square feet. For this, a stamp duty of Rs 2.26 crore has been paid by the production side. The registration of this apartment has been done on 10 April 2023. According to another transaction done on the same day, Alia Bhatt has gifted two apartments worth Rs 7.68 crore to her sister Shaheen Mahesh Bhatt in Mumbai. Zapkey.com has given this information.

What is the size of these apartments

According to the gifted documents, Alia Bhatt has gifted two flats totaling 2,086.75 square feet at Giga Apartments, AB Nair Road, Juhu, Mumbai. The area of ​​the first flat is 1,197 sq ft and that of the second is 889.75 sq ft. Their registration was also done on 10 April 2023. Stamp duty of Rs 30.75 lakh has been paid for its transaction.

Kajol Devgan also bought the house

Earlier, Bollywood actress Kajol Devgan bought an apartment in Mumbai for Rs 16.50 crore. The apartment has an area of ​​2,493 sq ft and has a four car parking area.

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