Fans may have caught a few glimpses of Maheep Kapoor‘s home on Netflix reality show Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Lives but there is still a lot to explore. Maheep, who shared the house with husband Sanjay Kapoor, daughter Shanaya and son Jahaan, lives in Mumbai’s Juhu area.
On the show, Maheep had even joked about watching the wedding of her neighbours Abhishek Bachchan and Aishwarya Rai from her balcony with a pair of binoculars. However, the house is no less impressive either. The family often shares photos and videos from the house on Instagram. Mostly, it is Shanaya who is posing for pictures in either the living room or her own room.
The first scene of Fabulous Lives of Bollywood Lives is shot in Maheep’s house. There is a large open-concept area with a dining space to the right and a living space to the left. There is also a small bar connecting the two areas. A large Buddha statue stands right on the other side of the bar. The leftmost wall is made of only glass windows.
A blue tufted chair is the family favourite. From Maheep to Shanaya to even other relatives, all have posed on the chair and shared photos on social media. Shanaya’s room has an entire wall of wardrobes, most likely filled with her many designer outfits. She often sits on the floor for an impromptu photoshoot there. Check out more photos:
Shanaya is all set to make her Bollywood debut with a film produced by Karan Johar. She has previously worked as an assistant director on her cousin Janhvi Kapoor’s Gunjan Saxena: The Kargil Girl.
Speaking to SpotboyE in an interview, Sanjay had said that he wants Shanaya to learn from her own mistakes and experiences. “She is been wanting to be an actress for a very, very long time. This line is such that you learn with your own experience, having said that, she knows I am gonna be right behind her. Honestly, I feel every individual should grow on their own and it’s better that, she learns from her own mistakes and experience. This way she will enjoy her journey much more rather than I hold her hand for everything,” he had said.