Amitabh Bachchan has been the beneficiary of stamp duty concessions imposed by the government to boost sales of apartments in crisis during the Corona era in Mumbai.
Already many celebrities, businessmen and professional CEOs have taken advantage of the stamp duty exemptions offered by the government in the Kovid context. The Maharashtra government has decided to temporarily reduce the stamp duty on housing units from five per cent to two per cent to boost the real estate market.
The Bollywood director bought a flat in the complex for Rs 25 crore. Sunny Leone owns Rs 16 crore. Sunny bought the flat on March 28 last year. Sunny Leone’s flat is on the 12th floor. Sunny owns an apartment of 4,365 square feet.
Apart from this, Big B has various luxury apartments and flats in Mumbai. There are 5 bungalows including Jalsa, Pratheeksha, Janak and Vatsa. There are also farm houses in many places like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Delhi. Amitabh Bachchan recently revealed on a television program that his assets, which are currently worth Rs 2,800 crore, will be divided equally between his sons Abhishek and Shweta.
The Bachchan family currently resides in the Jalsa bungalow in Juhu. The two-storey house was gifted to the actor in 1982 by director Ramesh Sippy for his performance in the film ‘Satte Pe Satta’.
‘Janak’, located near Jalsa, is currently Bachchan’s office. It is also in this bungalow that the Bachchans regularly come for exercise.