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Aww! Jackie Shroff shares his feelings as he is overwhelmed on moving into the new house bought by Tiger Shroff!

Tiger Shroff has moved into a new property in Mumbai’s upscale Khar West neighbourhood, according to sources on the internet. The sea-facing home is in Mumbai’s Rustomjee Paramount neighbourhood, which is ultra-exclusive, safe, and gated.

Tiger Shroff and his family, including parents Jackie and Ayesha Shroff and sister Krishna Shroff, have moved into their new home, which includes a gym, game room, and swimming pool.

Talking with Jackie Shroff about that the relocation happened so close to an auspicious occasion like Ganesh Chaturthi, he says he couldn’t be happier. While he was asked how the transition to this new home is going, he reveals some details. He said, “My wife is handling the whole shifting process for her kids as this is a gift from Tiger to his mother, main to bas ek musafir hun saath mein. Mujhe to jahaan le jayein main reh lunga. It’s all God’s grace on us and our family.”

The Shroff family formerly resided in a rented home on Carter Road before relocating to this new home, which features luxurious amenities such as an artificial rock climbing area and a star-gazing deck. Many celebrities have expressed interest in acquiring a unit in this complex in the past. Tiger’s mother, Ayesha, is said to have designed the house’s furnishings, which would reportedly include space for Tiger’s first love, dance rehearsals.

Tiger had previously revealed in an interview that his family had to sell their four-bedroom apartment in Bandra when his family’s 2003 film, Boom, bombed at the box office.

He had mentioned how their furniture, his mother’s artwork, and lamps had all been sold off. He further revealed that after joining the Hindi film industry, he promised his mother that he would purchase back their house. Tiger seemed to have kept his word and even outdone himself.

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