Here's a sneak-peek into Rajkummar Rao's Mumbai Home, a simple yet cozy abode, that helped him and his partner wade through the lockdown.
With two back-to-back OTT releases- Ludo and Chalaang, the lockdown does not seem to have impacted Rajkummar Rao's career graph much. Known for his stellar performance in the unique scripts that he picks, Rajkummar Rao is rightly tagged as one of the most versatile actors in Bollywood today. He did not only bag an opportunity to play widely different roles but also successfully nailed them all. Be it his debut film Love, Sex, aur Dhokha or Bareilly ki Barfi, Stree or Newton, or one of the many others, he has always excelled in all these diverse roles.
Like many Bollywood stars, he took the lockdown as a great time to spend with his partner of 9 years – Patralekha. The couple self-isolated in Rajkummar Rao's Mumbai home along with their pooch Gaga. It is here in the swanky home that he has set for himself a routine of intense workout sessions, binge-watching, playing board games, and practicing music instruments like guitar, alongside his partner Patralekha.
Let’s see what makes his Rao's Mumbai home all the more special:
A Warm Interior
Muted upholstery along with wooden flooring and furniture, gives the home an understated, warm vibe. Indoor plants add a hint of colour to the lived-in vibe of the place, thus merging the indoors with the outdoors beautifully. It can be clearly pointed out that Rao's Mumbai home reflects the beauty of the outdoors, letting in sunshine and air with huge windows and open spaces.
Ticket to Bollywood
Rajkummar’s love for cinema reflects not just in his acting skills but also in the way he has done the walls at his home. Movie posters, pop artworks, and quotes from famous Hollywood and Bollywood actors as well as movies adorn the walls, giving the home interiors a peppy feel.
This room is an extension of the couple’s personality. Their master bedroom is a serene space done in soft hues. The four-poster bed in front of motif wallpaper gives the room a dreamy touch. The room is done in soft hues. Neutral flooring complements the hues well, thus redefining the design theme of the bedroom.
Pull Up the Curtains
For people who live in Mumbai, nothing matters more than open spaces that help natural air and light enter the home. It is the same for Rajkummar Rao. It seems that the balcony is his favourite corner and he has spent most of his lockdown time soaking up the sun here. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows let maximum natural light enter the indoors, providing the interiors with a fresh look.
Rajkummar Rao's Mumbai home is simple yet classy and combines a contemporary and modern look.