According to sources, the famous couple also rents a portion of Kishore Kumar’s mansion in Mumbai.

According to documents seen by Zapkey.com, former Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli and his actress wife Anushka Sharma paid over Rs 20 crore for an eight-acre estate plot in Alibaug.

Vikas Kohli, Kohli and Sharma’s authorised signatory, purchased the 3350 sq. m. land parcel at Zirad village in Alibaug, Maharashtra’s Raigad district. The property cost Rs 19.24 crore to purchase. According to the records, the sale was registered on September 1, 2022.

Developer of real estate Samira Land Assets Private Limited, represented by Sonali Rajput, is the seller. According to the paperwork, they paid stamp duty in the amount of Rs. 1.15 crore.

In a related development, the cricketer has also leased a section of the late actor-singer Kishore Kumar’s family’s Juhu house, which he will use for his upcoming restaurant One8 Commune, reports stated.

Kohli has been given a five-year lease on a section of Gouri Kunj. Delhi, Kolkata, and Pune all have restro-bars under the One8 network.

The team from India that is currently based in the United Arab Emirates includes the former captain (UAE).

The chain announced on Instagram in November of last year that only “cisgender heterosexual couples or groups of cisgender ladies” were permitted entrance.

The cricket player’s office did not respond. Once a response is obtained from Sonali Rajput or the cricketer’s office, this story will be updated.

A number of businessmen and celebrities own bungalows in Alibaug. According to brokers, these include equity investor Deven Mehta, Navin Agarwal of Vedanta Resources, Gautam Singhania of Raymonds, Prakash Mody of Unichem Labs Ltd, Salil Parekh of Infosys, Sanjay Nayar of KKR, Falguni Nayar of Nyka, and Prakash Mody of Unichem Labs Ltd.

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