“Baadshah of Bollywood”, Shah Rukh Khan gained immense popularity after the television show ‘Fauji’. In 1992, he made his cinematic debut in 'Deewana.' Shah Rukh Khan also known as SRK, has won 14 Filmfare Awards, eight of which are in the Best Actor category. For his contributions to Indian film, he was awarded the Padma Shri by the government in 2005.

He had a loverboy image, although in the 1990s, he explored darker roles in films like 'Darr,' 'Baazigar,' and 'Anjaam,' before reverting to his romantic hero role. Shah Rukh Khan has a bunch of talent. He owns the Indian Premier League franchise Kolkata Knight Riders as well as a production business named Red Chillies Entertainment. SRK has also hosted TV quiz shows like 'Kaun Banega Crorepati' and 'Kya Aap Paanchvi Paas Se Tez Hain?' in the past.

He owns a classy and elegant house in Mumbai named as “Mannat”. Fans of SRK visits to his vast sea-facing house Mannat in Bandra, Mumbai to see him. Price of Mannat is estimated to be worth around Rs. 200 crores. Here's a look inside King Khan's palatial residence.

Location

The heritage property that Shah Rukh Khan (SRK) purchased from Bai Khorshed Bhanu Sanjana Trust in 2001 was renamed Mannat and has been transformed into a six-storey tower and is regularly visited by visitors and fans. It is located on Brandstand, it overlooks the Arabian Sea.

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Interior

Shah Rukh Khan’s Mannat inside has SRK's office, a fully equipped gym, a lounge space for storey sittings, a massive kitchen, two-storey living area, a whole level of playroom for his children, a library, a private bar, and an entertainment centre. The interiors include an elevator, and Mannat's two living rooms are decorated with neo-classical features and art acquired from all around the world. He also owns a sizable collection of MF Hussain paintings that grace his home's walls. If you've ever seen photos of his home, you'll notice that it's not just a house, but a true mansion.

Exterior

When you enter the house of Shah Rukh Khan “Mannat”, you are greeted with a lush green lawn. Then you see the structure, which has stunning white pillars that give Mannat a Georgian air. As an addition to the original cottage, there is a 6-story apartment. It is so large, that it is spanning over 26,000 square feet, that it can accommodate at least 225 people. Mannat's architecture is amazing.

Amenities in SRK's House

Mannat's amenities are equivalent to those seen in the mansions of the world's super-rich homes. The home has a large sitting space dedicated to storey and script narrations. The kitchen itself is the stuff of legends, and even the finest chefs in the world would love to have it.

There are rows upon rows of offices and studios that serve as the superstar's playing fields. Gauri, an experienced interior design artist, built the magnificent interiors when the building was purchased from Mr. Gandhi, adding a lot of value to this large property. To put the finishing touches on Mannat's unique interiors, Gauri enlisted the help of famous designer Tom Dixon.

Aside from work, the Khans spend their time in Mannat. The entertainment centre, the children's playroom, and so on, show the same thing. The 6-story structure also includes all of the necessary facilities to make it a complete luxury package. Mannat has everything from a swimming pool to a gym. In addition, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan both wanted a personal boxing ring and table tennis set up in their beautiful home. They do have one, though.

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It also has a well-equipped reading library, demonstrating King Khan's passion for reading. A special portion of the library is dedicated to our Bollywood King's accomplishments. The fitness aficionados of the family-run business flock to the specially equipped gym. In the living area, there is also a low table seating arrangement where the entire family may spend valuable time together. There is adequate room for recreation in various areas of the 6-story building.

Despite his fame and a statue among the elite at Madame Tussaud's, he is described as one of the most humble and down-to-earth people in the industry.

The king is a philanthropist who has funded and is directly involved in a number of humanitarian initiatives and organizations, however, he likes to keep this side of his life out of the spotlight.