Tamannaah Bhatia has made her most expensive purchase to date. The actress from down south paid the highest per sqft rate to buy a flat in the western suburbs of Mumbai. Bhatia bought a flat for Rs 80, 778 per sqft in Versova, which is twice the ongoing rate in the same area. Prices of properties nearly 500 meters away from Tamannaah’s building cost between 30,000- 40,000 per sqft. The Baahubali star has bought a new apartment in a building called Bay view which is located near Juhu- Versova Link road. Tamannaah signed the deal last month and paid Rs 16.60 crore for her new pad (191 sqft), which is translated into 2,055 sqft. Bay view is 22 storey building and Tamannaah’s flat is on the 14th floor.
The actress has also got herself two car parks along with the flat. Documents show that Sameer Bhojwani is the seller whereas the actress and her mother, Rajini Bhatia, are the buyers. A real estate broker from Bandra, who is aware of this deal, told “The building is 22 storeys high, and it offers sea view from every side of the apartment. Secondly, the actor can have interiors the way she wants in the house.” That’s not all. Tamannaah will spend two crores on the interiors, meaning the expense will go up.
Before Tamanaah, Aamir Khan shelled out Rs 35 crore for a commercial space which measure about 9,000 sqft in Santacruz. Say for that matter, Alia Bhatt paid approximately Rs 13.11 crore for 2,300 sqft apartment (for a commercial purpose) in Juhu whereas Vivek Oberoi purchased a bungalow worth Rs 14.50 crore in Juhu.
Talking about Tamannaah Bhatia, the actress has been a part of the Himmatwala franchise featuring Ajay Devgn the Baahubali series starring Rana Daggubati, Prabhas and Anushka Shetty. Tamanaah was recently seen in Khamoshi, an official adaptation of the 2016 American thriller, Hush. It is directed by Chakri Toleti and produced by Vashu Bhagnani. Simultaneously, Khamoshi is made in Tamil with Nayanthara in lead role and is titled Kolayuthir Kaalam. The film released on June 14 but failed to garner good response from the audience, which affected box office numbers too.