Anil Ambani owner of second expensive house in the India

Anil Ambani owner of second expensive house in the India

Anil Ambani still in luxury debt, still has luxury life, owner of second most expensive house in the country.

Yes Bank has occupied Anil Ambani’s headquarters in Mumbai’s Santacruz area. The bank has taken this action after it failed to repay the loan of Rs 2,892 crore. Anil Ambani’s Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG) owes a total debt of more than Rs 12,000 crore.

Recently, during the hearing of a debt related case in Britain, Anil Ambani said that his net worth is zero. However, Anil Ambani’s lifestyle, surrounded by the curb and forced to sell his properties, is still luxury. Even the house he lives in is just like any other and its value is close to Rs 5,000 crores.

According to a report by Business Insider, Abil Ambani’s house in Pali Hill area of ​​Mumbai is Abode 66 meters high. Apart from this, it is built in 16,000 square feet. According to reports, Anil Ambani wanted to keep its height 150 meters, but was not allowed by the authorities.

This house has many modern facilities including gym, swimming pool. Financial services company IIFL ranked Anil Ambani’s residence at number two in the list of India’s most expensive homes in January 2018. According to the IIFL website, Anil Ambani’s house is worth more than Rs 5,000 crore.

At the same time, the most expensive house in the country is that of his elder brother Mukesh Ambani, head of Reliance Industries. Mukesh Ambani’s house Antilia is located in 4 lakh square feet. At number three is JK House, which is worth around Rs 710 crore. At the same time, Mahindra & Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra’s house is worth around Rs 250 crore.

It is worth noting that Yes Bank has taken control of Anil Ambani’s headquarters ‘Reliance Center’, which is believed to be worth about Rs 2,000 crore. Apart from this 21,000 square feet headquarters, Yes Bank has also taken control of two floor banks of Nagin Mahal located in South Mumbai.



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