Radhakishan Damani, JC Chaudhry and Shailesh Dalmia among buyers of the most expensive homes in India last year

Radhakishan Damani, JC Chaudhry and Shailesh Dalmia among buyers of the most expensive homes in India last year

Jul 20, 2022

By: kritti.bhalla@timesinternet.in

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Radhakishan Damani | #1

Avenue Supermarts’ (DMart) founder and CEO, Radhakishan Damani, bought the most expensive home in India last year. The house, spread over 5,752 square meters in the Malabar Hill area of Mumbai, was bought for a whopping ₹1,001 crore.

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Ravi and Neel Raheja | #2

Ravi and Neel Raheja — promoters of real estate development company K Raheja Corp — bought three duplex apartments spanning 6,206 square meter in the high-end Worli area for ₹427 crore.

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Amar Singh Mehta | #3

Amar Singh Mehta, director of packaging company JK Paper, bought a 3,119-square meter bungalow on Prithviraj Road in Delhi for ₹250 crore. This was the most expensive house sold in Delhi last year.

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Ghanshyambhai Dholakia | #4

Ghanshyambhai Dholakia, one of the directors of Hari Krishna Exports, purchased a bungalow worth ₹185 crore on Worli Sea Face in Mumbai.

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JC Chaudhry | #5

JC Chaudhry, the founder and MD of Aakash Educational Services, spent ₹150 crore to buy a house in Delhi. This was the fifth most-expensive house sold in India last year.

Credit: Aakash Institute

Anil Gupta | #6

Anil Gupta, chairperson and MD of KEI Industries, bought a 1,672 square meter property at Delhi’s Shanti Niketan for ₹140 crore.

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Pranabh Mody, Purvi Asher | #7

JB Chemicals & Pharmaceuticals’ promoters — Pranabh Mody and Purvi Asher — bought two sea-view luxury apartments in JSW Realty’s under-construction project, Morena House, in South Mumbai’s plush Carmichael Road for ₹138 crore.

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Shailesh and Natasha Dalmia | #8

Businessman Shailesh Dalmia and his wife Natasha bought four sea-view luxury apartments in realty developer K Raheja Corp’s under-construction high-rise in Mumbai’s Worli locality for ₹125 crore last August.

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Avinash Bhosale | #9

Avinash Bhosale of Abeey’s Realcon LLP bought a house worth ₹103.8 crore in the Malabar Hill area of Mumbai.

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SM Dyechem | #10

S.M. Dyechem Ltd — meal & oil, snack foods and speciality chemicals manufacturer — bought a duplex worth ₹103.6 crore from Satellite Developer Pvt Ltd.

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