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Take a tour of Nawazuddin Siddiqui’s new lavish Bungalow ‘Nawab’; pics inside!

Bollywood’s sensational actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui earlier bought a new bungalow in Mumbai. The actor took three years to renovate this bungalow. The design and the structure of the house are said to be inspired by his old house in his village hometown, Budhana, Uttar Pradesh giving it a vintage feel. The actor turned into an interior designer to get the perfect old age look for his house just as he wants. Not only this, the actor named his bungalow on his father’s name Nawab in his remembrance.

Talking about his new house, Nawazuddin says, “Mera aisa koi intention nahi tha. All these perks are just a by-product of all the hard work that I am doing. I never dreamt of living in a bungalow. It was my brother who had shown me this plot. I developed interest in it and the rest is history.”
The actor’s lavish bungalow is located at Versova’s Yari Road in Mumbai. Talking about the struggle, he said, “In the last three years, I have been juggling between work and designing this property. Main shoot pe jaata that phir aake dekhta tha, phir tudwa deta tha… phir kuch naya banwa deta tha. Finally, this is how it looks.”
The actor elaborated by talking about his interior and inspiration, “There’s a wall outside the house where I have kept nine frames. I am planning to put up navras masks in those. Then, there is one corner where I am planning to put up black and white pictures of some of the world’s greatest actors and directors. Aise lagna chahiye ke yeh ek artist ka ghar hai. Likewise, sabse upar wala jo chhatt hai, waha I am planning to make a wooden cabin. There is lot of greenery that surrounds the bungalow, so I want to use this cabin to sit, think and work on my script.”
Nawaz adds, “I am lucky to get a clearer, uninterrupted view of greenery from all the windows of the house. I am very grounded as a person, who loves to stick to his roots, and you will see that from the exterior design of the bungalow, too, which has a very desi vibe. The property has seven rooms and two huge drawing rooms. There is one theatre hall, too. I have put in my heart and soul when it comes to its look… like from the colours I picked, the wood I chose… you enter the house and you will feel that you have stepped into a vintage British home.”

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