A large amount of B-city actors have shifted to a freshly rented space or purchased homes in the very last calendar year or so. And while it is really not a very big deal for stars to be shifting from one particular location to an additional, specifically those people who hire spaces in plush Mumbai regions, just lately actress Jacqueline Fernandez moved into a new property which as soon as belonged to international icon Priyanka Chopra.
As per a report in Pinkvilla, Jacqueline, who was wanting for modifying her home considering the fact that the very last few of many years, seeking to make Mumbai’s plush neighbourhood Juhu her new residence, has finally sealed the offer.
According to the report, the home Jacqueline has finalised is Priyanka Chopra’s previous house, located in a creating named KarmaYog. Reportedly, the present-day value of the residence stands at ₹7 crores. ‘An oval-balcony, sea-struggling with watch, expansive residing spot and sunny out of doors balcony and 5 bedrooms’, that’s what the residence comprises.
This is the exact home, pictures and video clips of which surfaced on the net for the duration of Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’s marriage ceremony festivities. Videos of the lavish condominium currently being embellished with flowers for Priyanka and Nick’s wedding ceremony has stormed the internet back then. Apparently, Priyanka moved into the condominium in 2016.
At present, ‘The White Tiger’ star has shifted her foundation to the US and is residing with partner Nick in Los Angeles. In 2019, Priyanka and Nick bought a mansion worthy of $20 million in Encino, Los Angeles. In accordance to a description by The Agency, the listing brokerage, the couple’s household is a ‘roughly 20,000-square-foot property’ that has ‘seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms’.
As for Priyanka’s mother Madhu and brother, the two are at the moment living in their Yari Highway condominium in the Mumbai suburbs.
As for Jacqueline, on the operate entrance, the actress will be subsequent noticed in ‘Bachchan Pandey’, ‘Bhoot Police’, and ‘Cirkus’.