Kangana Ranaut
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Actress Kangana Ranaut bought this duplex apartment in Mumbai’s Khar location. This opulent home comprises of five bedrooms which she restructured according to her choice. The 31-year old actress offered a personal touch to her beautiful home while working with the famous interior designer Richa Bahl whom she met during the making of Queen movie.

Kangana Ranaut Home Living Room
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The actress misses her home back in the mountain area of Himachal Pradesh and thus gave a rustic-look to the walls of the living room, wooden beamed ceilings, and slate tiles on the floor. All these things offer her the home-like feel as Kangana’s ancestral home is designed in such a manner by her great-grandmother.

Kangana Ranaut Home Corner
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The bright-blue coloured entrance door of this celebrity castle offers a flashback of homes in Himachal Pradesh, where the doors are painted with various bright colours such as Red, Orange, Pink, Green and Blue. This personalized theme of Kangana’s home entrance makes her feel connected with the Himachali roots.

Kangana Ranaut Home Dining Room
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The Frida Kahlo screen and the Erotic dining table were shopped from Bioscopewalli. Similarly, the light hanging above the dining table is by Richa Bahl. The wooden structure in which the Frida Kahlo screen is installed offers a vintage look to the entire dining area.

Kangana Ranaut HOme Other Room
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The Queen of Indian cinema bought this fully-furnished home that has the most expensive marble-flooring some time ago which actress dismantled and restructured according to her taste later.

Kangana Ranaut Home Bedroom
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Kangana bought this plush five-bedroom home and reconstructed this place by combining two bedrooms which now are a set of one complete bedroom including a dedicated dressing area.

Kangana Ranaut Home Balcony
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The actress turned the swimming pool area of her home into a garden as she feels that having a pool in the city like Mumbai is nothing but sheer wastage of water.