Sushant Singh Rajput’s Sea Front House in Mumbai is for Rent for 4 Lakh Per Month: Report | Bollywood
The sea-facing apartment of late actor Sushant Singh Rajput in Bandra is expected to attract new tenants once the coronavirus pandemic ends. The real estate company that manages the property also revealed how much the actor was paying, per month, to live there.
Sushant Singh Rajput died on June 14 last year, in what Mumbai police initially deemed suicide. The case was then forwarded to the Central Bureau of Investigation, the Law Enforcement Directorate and the Narcotics Control Bureau examining the financial and drug-related aspects of the case.
“The apartment has been put up for rent but has not yet found a tenant,” a major daily said, citing a “celebrity broker”. The broker added: “Due to the pandemic, the property has not received as many requests. The few interested buyers who showed up always inquired about Sushant Singh Rajput. “
The apartment is for rent at ₹4 lakh per month. Sushant had rented the apartment for ₹4.5 lakh per month in December 2019. His contract lasted until December 2022. He lived there with roommates and his girlfriend, Rhea Chakraborty.
“This is a beautiful apartment with a sea view and is ideal for creative minds and a good home for those who migrate to Mumbai for work. Once the pandemic is over and the world will open again to India, we expect renewed interest from the expatriate corporate world as well. This house attracts people who love the vibes and the panoramic view, “continued the broker.
He noted that owners are not concerned about the property’s prospects and are confident that once the pandemic sets in it will find new tenants, but admitted some people are “put off” by its history.
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Sushant had revealed how he was first shown the photos of the house while shooting for a film in Budapest. He loved the place so much that he decided to move in. “I was really, really waiting to get here to experience this house,” he said on an episode of Where the Heart is.