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What Will Anil Ambani’s New Home Look Like?

  By TEAM LUXE   Dec 6th 2010 at 4:11PM Homes & Real Estate RATED

In what we're thinking is a case of sibling rivalry, Anil Ambani has revealed his own plans to build a massive luxury home. Construction work for Antillia's rival (that's Mukesh's billion dollar home), which will come up in Bandra's swanky Pali Hill area, has already begun.
 
So what should we expect? Based on Anil's lifestyle, here's a list of special areas we came up with:

Horse Stables: Anil and his children are keen horse riders. In fact they're often seen riding at Mumbai's race course. So to outdo his brother, who's got a snow room installed at Antillia, will Anil build himself a stable riding ground on his 1,537 sq mt plot?
 
A Trophy Room: He'll need somewhere to park his many awards - his CEO of the Year 2004 and an MTV Youth Icon of the Year in 2003. We think Anil should install it on the top floor of his home, if he gets permission to build a 150 metre building. Then like brother Mukesh Ambani who has a fabulous view of south Mumbai from his library on top of his 170 metre Antillia, Anil will have a bird's eye view of everything in Bandra. ;)


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Race Track: It's a well-documented fact that Anil Ambani is a runner. In fact, he wakes up at 5.30 to run everyday. So we won't be surprised if he built himself a state-of-the-art, Olympic grade track. It'll be bigger than Mukesh's yoga and dance studios.
 
A Disco: Given that Anil has taken to producing movies in Hollywood and Bollywood, he can entertain his big shot partners, like Stephen Spielberg, at his own lounge/disco, where an in-house DJ can spin tracks from all the movies produced by Big Cinemas, among others.

 

A Ferrari-Powered Garage: Mukesh is rumoured to have a garage serviced by BMW, Anil can do better by roping in Ferrari, which will be coming to India soon.
 
What we think Anil Ambani should call his new home: Atlantis - because this island is just as mythical as Mukesh's Antillia.

 

Images courtesy: BCCL/Reuters

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