Vivek Agnihotri will become Big B’s neighbor, bought a luxurious house worth crores in posh area

Vivek Agnihotri: Vivek Agnihotri has recently reacted to the news in which it was being claimed that he had bought a house worth Rs 18 crore. There are reports that he will soon start living in the neighborhood of Amitabh Bachchan. Now the director himself has disclosed on this.

Vivek Agnihotri

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Film maker Vivek Agnihotri (Vivek AgnihotriHe is one of those filmmakers in the industry who are always surrounded by controversies. Due to his sharp and bold statements, he is often seen making headlines. There is hardly any issue on which he holds back from giving his opinion. These days a news is coming about him that he has taken a house in the posh area of ​​Mumbai. With this, he will now become the neighbor of Bachchan. After this rumor went viral, ‘The Kashmir Files’ (The Kashmir Files) The director himself has reacted to it and told the truth of the news.

Recently these rumors have been dismissed by Vivek Agnihotri. Please tell that he has bought a house worth Rs 18 crore. Which is in the posh area of ​​Mumbai. He has shared a post on Twitter, claiming that the director has bought a luxury apartment after the success of ‘The Kashmir Files’. Even the pictures inside the house have been shown in this post.

Vivek Agnihotri disclosed on the news

Not only this, it is written in this post that this house has been bought for 17.9 crores. Vivek has taunted while sharing this post and has told this news completely as a rumour. He has further written that, ‘I am very grateful to all Congressmen, AAPs and unemployed Bollywood people that they built new apartments for me everyday and also provided them with luxury furniture. I really liked the sofa that came from 10 Janpath. Thanks to all of you.’

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