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Salman Khan to Alia Bhatt, check out the luxurious vanity vans owned by Bollywood stars, pics inside!

Vanity vans are no longer exclusively for Bollywood celebrities’ necessities. They represent prestige, power, and personal flair. These Bollywood celebs’ most costly vanity vans are sleek, affluent, and everything uber-luxurious. These vanity vans have it all: elaborate bars, high-end gyms, and luxury facilities.

Today, we take a look at the most costly vanity vehicles owned by Bollywood celebrities.

Salman Khan

Salman Khan’s charcoal grey posh vanity, which costs Rs 4 crores, is one of the most costly vanity vans in Bollywood. The palace, designed and reimagined by famous vehicle designer Dilip Chhabria, is done up in beige, which is said to be the ideal backdrop for flawless cosmetics. The dressing room has a mirror with adequate illumination from the smart LED lighting on the perimeter, as well as a super-comfortable chair for the performer. There is also a compartment for glasses and silverware in the vehicle. The resting space has a television with graphic artwork of Khan, as well as a bed and a little storage compartment beneath the screen.

Alia Bhatt

Alia Bhatt’s vanity looks like it came straight out of a Pinterest board, with wacky decor, colourful couches, and a statement art piece. The Bollywood diva has one of Bollywood’s most opulent vanity vans, designed by none other than Gauri Khan.

Its interiors have a wonderful millennial mood, with geometrically split reflecting glass panels, party-like purple lighting, and hardwood floors. The truck is also filled with artwork in the shape of rustic, old books. A framed art work depicting half-read books heaped on top of one another stands in striking contrast to the party lights. This adds depth and character to the youthful, sleek vanity van.

Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshans vanity van

Hrithik Roshan’s vanity van stands out from the crowd, staying loyal to his reputation of the sexiest man alive. Dilip Chhabria also created this vanity vehicle, which exudes an urbane air. The luxurious Mercedes V-Class has a 12 metre long space and includes a cosmetics station with a spectacular mirror that spins at a 280-degree angle, a lounge, an office area, and a bedroom in the centre. The van is elegant and stylish, with roof lighting, a folding table, oak flooring, and 170-degree power reclining chairs for resting and unwinding.

Anushka Sharma

Anushka Sharma’s vanity is the ideal embodiment of her personality for someone who believes in simplicity and keeping things simple. When it comes to décor aspects, it is simple and straightforward, with a variety of textures. Her dressing room is on one side, with an exquisitely carved ivory mirror and cosmetics lights lying between two others. On the other side, flowered curtains lead up to her day bed, which sits against a backdrop of light wood panels. The area also has a bold and colourful piece of artwork that contrasts with her typically modest colour scheme.

Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan vanity vans

You can count on King Khan to have the finest of everything. One of them is his multi-million dollar vanity vehicle. With one of Bollywood’s most costly vanity vans costing Rs 5 crores, his trailer is nothing short of a castle on wheels. He has a Volvo BR9 that Dilip Chhabria, a celebrity vehicle designer, built and customised. One of the most unique aspects of this van is that it can be expanded once parked. This was done to make extra space. That is not the end of the luxury. Every component of the vehicle has been intended to be controlled by an iPad. In fact, in a 2014 GQ cover shoot with Siddharth Malhotra, he said that SRK’s vanity has increased.

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Khushboo Singh


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