The Shah Rukh Khan And Gauri Mannat, Bombay, Inside Of 8 Photographs

When Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri moved in 2001, the house was an empty, carefully furnished coat of arms, Gauri creating a cosy family nest. In fact, Gauri and Kaif Faquih have worked on the estate for nearly a decade, upgrades and redesigns were implemented to meet the changing needs of the family. She gradually added elements to her home, from high-end shows to artwork from all over the world.

There are extensive interiors.

In the Casa Vogue, Gauri’s house was on show, sharing personal stories and discussing how to equip and design the house. Mannat is a heritage building of Grade III in the twenties with a white neoclassical exterior and six stories. There are a number of rooms in the property, a pavilion, a garden, lifts and a large leisure area. There’s the personal office of Shah Rukh Khan, too. The interior has a variety of decorations, including Italian, neoclassical and Indian elements. The atmosphere is generally diverse, personal and maximalist. She curated Dubai and London boutiques and design shows like Maison & Objet.

Personalization

The attractiveness of the home was promoted by every member of the family. Suhana (her daughter) had her ballerina pictures and painters decorated her room. Until recently, the Breaking Bad wallpaper was in Aryan’s room (their son). Gauri has a Ganpati jade, a pair of four-foot-high black vases from Paris, a sculpture in Radha-Krishna marble, a huge canvas of a reclining clown from Subhash Awchat among her favourite stuff.

The Phase Effects

In their home theatre, everything they do takes place. The theatre walls are decorated by the vintage posters such as Sholay, Mughal-E-Azam, Ram Aur Shyam and the stroke of Charlie Chaplin. The sound is set by a leather borgoon chair of 42 inches, and every film released to date by Shah Rukh Khan is displayed.

Quarantine Station

Did you know that the Badshah Bureau became a quarantine centre during this pandemic? This room was rebuilt to BMC requirements and offers vital services to those in need. The couple also donated to front-line medical workers 25,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE).


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