Louis Vuitton, Mercedes, And More: Take A Look At The Expensive Things Owned By Karan Johar
Let’s find out what are some of the most expensive things that Karan Johar owns.
Director-producer Karan Johar is one of the richest personalities in Bollywood with a net worth of Rs 1,500 crore approximately. He is currently working on his next film Rocky Aur Rani Ki Prem Kahani. As per reports, the director, who just turned 50 recently, takes Rs 10 crores for a film, and he also owns Dharma Productions.
That he has expensive taste when it comes to clothes, bags, shoes, cars, and everything else is no secret as the director leaves no opportunity to bring on the bling. Let’s take a look at some of the most expensive things Karan Johar owns.
Karan Johar has a luxurious penthouse that he bought in 2010. The 8,000-square-foot space in Mumbai’s Carter Road cost him Rs 30 crores.
Luxurious car collection
The director owns many swanky cars: a Range Rover Vogue that cost Rs 2.3 crore, a Mercedes Maybach S3500 priced at Rs 2 crore, an Audi for Rs 1.5 crore, a BMW 745 worth Rs 1.7 crores, a BMW 760 at Rs 2.5 crore, and a BMW 760 for Rs 2.5 crore. That’s quite a packed garage.
Karan Johar is the owner of Dharma Productions, a space that is spread over a 18,000 square-foot area. It has been designed by Simone Dubash Pundole.
The director is a sneakerhead and has a huge collection of it. He owns Versace, Balenciaga, and Dolce & Gabbana. A Versace x 2Chainz pair worth Rs 95,000 and a pair of Balenciaga Metallic sneakers worth Rs 75,000 are part of his closet.
Karan Johar has often been spotted with branded and expensive bags. His collection includes a Rs 1 lakh Gucci ‘GG Supreme tote with Embroidered Angry Cat’ bag, and a Rs 2 lakh Louis Vuitton x Supreme Epi Keepall Bandouliere bag.
K Jo is often seen in flashy outfits. He owns some limited-edition jackets as well. He has a Libertine flight jacket worth Rs 1,37,280, a Valentino jacket that costs around Rs 1 lakh, and a Balenciaga Colorblocked Nylon Oversized Track Jacket worth Rs 1,80,000.