HomeTriangle Guides: Inside Hrithik Roshan’s sea-facing bachelor pad

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Hrithik Roshan’s new bachelor pad is all ready and it is marvelous. It was designed by the architect who has done Katrina Kaif’s abode, architect Ashiesh Shah. When Hrithik saw Katrina’s home, he is highly impressed and hired the same architect to design his sea-facing bachelor pad. The house is full of graffiti and portraits of his kids Hridhaan and Hrehaan.

Hrithik Roshan’s new bachelor pad is all ready and it is marvellous. It was designed by the architect who has done Katrina Kaif’s abode, architect Ashiesh Shah. When Hrithik saw Katrina’s home, he is highly impressed and hired the same architect to design his sea-facing bachelor pad. The house is full of graffiti and portraits of his kids Hridhaan and Hrehaan.

Hrithik Roshan has said in an interview with Casa Vogue Building this home was really about discovering myself. I wanted to explore what would manifest on the outside if I go purely by what I felt inside,

A sneak peak into the marvellous interior of the house :

1. Living room with a movable grid of beautiful pictures with his kids :


2. Awesome Checkboard :


3. Elegant pieces all around :


4. Creative study space :


5. Kids and this world map :


6. The pool table :


7. Dining space :


Asked about the funny graffiti all over the house, Shah told, All Hrithik’s! He is a poetic soul. Many have even been written by him. I got my studio staff to work on creating these custom pieces. We put quotes in frames, on hidden corners of the wall, on pebbles in the terrace-garden… we kind of played around to give it meaning and personalise it. Also, we made his family photographs a moveable wall grid, so you can keep adding or subtracting from it.

It has funny and philosophical quotes spread around the house. Revealing the idea behind this, Shah said, All Hrithik’s! He is a poetic soul. Many have even been written by him. I got my studio staff to work on creating these custom pieces. We put quotes in frames, on hidden corners of the wall, on pebbles in the terrace-garden… we kind of played around to give it meaning and personalise it. Also, we made his family photographs a moveable wall grid, so you can keep adding or subtracting from it.

Finally, some of the nooks and corners which would make his home so Instagram-worthy :



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