Although, the exterior of the famous Bachchan house ‘Jalsa’ is well acquainted with fans the vast interiors of the two storied, 10,125sq ft bungalow leaves us in awe.
‘Jalsa’ was gifted to Amitabh Bachchan by director Ramesh Sippy as a remuneration for acting in the film, Satte pe Satta. In the year 2006 the house was registered under Jaya Bachchans name and boast of elegant interiors that strikes a glance between modern and traditional architecture.
The Great outdoors.
Wether they’re hosting Aaradhyas birthday party or just hanging out together, the garden seems to be the favourite place for the Bachchan household.
Recently, the backyard was converted to host a small and intimate graduation ceremony for Amithabh Bachchans granddaughter Navya who was supposed to graduate from university this year. Much like other graduates this seniors graduation too was cancelled due to the pandemic.
No rest for the muscles
Seemingly very fit for his age, Amitabh Bachchan has been making the most of his home gym during the lockdown. His grandson Agasthya Nanda seems to share his passion for fitness.
For all things colourful
The Bachchan household is filled with various paintings throughout their house. Amitabh Bachchan who loves taking photos has various memorable pictures hanging on his walls at home.
The bright paintings adds a pop of colour to the various rooms.
A constant backdrop in their various family photos is this display of various Gods hand painted and displayed elegantly for all to see.
The bathroom and bedroom are colour coordinated and strike a balance between both elegance and luxury. Amitabh Bachchans wall of memories is envied by those who are sentimental about family just like him.