A lot of buzz was created among cricket fans recently after Mumbai Indians skipper Rohit Sharma purchased a lavish residence in the upmarket area of Worli, Mumbai. The 28-year-old, who grew up in the humble surroundings of Borivali, will now spend his leisure time in the Arabian sea facing pad along with his wife Rita Sajdeh.
The apartment is on the 29th floor of the 53-storey Ahuja Towers. His soon-to-be neighbours include many star names from the corporate and banking sectors.
The piece of real estate, estimated to be worth around Rs. 30 crores, created an instant excitement among fans but no clear details were revealed to the general public. The spokesperson of Ahuja Constructions as well as Sharma’s manager Bunty Sajdeh, CEO Cornerstone Sports & Entertainment, refused to share any details at the time the news broke.
However, it has been now reported that the 250-metre tall building has amenities like concierge service, chef on demand, mini-theatre, gym, swimming pool, sky café and a cigar room. Apart from this, the sample pictures of the flat reveal a lot more exciting details. Although, it is being said that each flat will be customised as per the client demands.
The pictures of the sample flat are:
Rohit Sharma is currently with the Mumbai Indians side playing the ongoing 10th season of the IPL. His side has already qualified for the playoffs stage with 18 points from 13 matches. However, Sharma will be leading his side in a crucial game against Kolkata Knight Riders on May 13th.
They will be coming off a loss at the hands of the Kings XI Punjab. Although the qualification scenario is not applicable to them, the MI unit would want to end the league stages on a high note by beating their toughest opponents – KKR.
A win in the final game will also ensure that they finish at the top of the points table. If KKR wins by a better margin, MI would most likely be pushed down to the second position.
Rohit Sharma himself would like to get some good amount of runs. He hasn’t been up to his best, managing just 255 runs in 12 matches at a meagre average of 25.50. His team needs him the most in the upcoming days and a strong showing with the bat will ensure the in-form MI batting line-up will not have any chinks in their armour.