Shah Rukh Khan reveals his most expensive possession

Bollywood badshah Shah Rukh Khan has been ranked 13th in the highest-earnings celebrities in India by Forbes last year. The actor reportedly has an annual income of Rs 256 crore and his stardom is unmatched.

Recently, in an interview he was asked about the most expensive thing that he has ever bought in his life. Replying to the question, he revealed that the thing was none other than his Bandra sea-facing house Mannat which is worth Rs 200 crore (approximately).

“When I came to Mumbai, I was already married and was living in a small apartment with my wife Gauri. I am from Delhi and Delhiites have the concept of living in a kothi (bungalow). My mother in-law thus would keep saying, 'You live in such a small house.' Eventually, when I saw Mannat, it felt like that Delhi wala kothi and so I bought it and that was the most expensive thing I bought," he said.

Well, it doesn't end there. Let's take a look at few other priced possessions that he owns:

Vanity Van (Rs 4 crore)

The actor's vanity van, a B9R Volvo bus transformed by DC Design Studio costed a whopping Rs 4 crore. His van expands over 280 sq. ft with one bedroom, one bathroom, one meeting room and finally one make up room.

Rolls Royce Phantom (Rs 4 crore)

Often known as the king of cars, Rolls Royce is one among the cars owned by King Khan. Only a few Bollywood celebrities own this royal ride and SRK is one of them.

London house (Rs 172 crore)

Bollwood Shahrukh Khan has Rs 172 crore for an apartment in the Park Lane area of Central London. It is the highest amount any Bollywood star has paid for a property in a foreign land. Meanwhile, SRK also has a villa in Dubai worth Rs 24 crores.

Grand Carrera Calibre (Rs 2.5 lakh)

SRK had been the brand ambassador of watch company TAG Heuer since a long time. And it's no surprise to know that he has one among the most expensive watch from their collection. TAG Heuer Calibre wrist watch priced at Rs 2.5 lakh.

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