Sonam Kapoor shares new pictures from her Notting Hill home

Sonam Kapoor shared this picture. (courtesy Sonam Kapoor)


  • Sonam Kapoor shuttles between Mumbai and London
  • She married Anand Ahuja in 2018
  • The actress was living in London for over a year

New Delhi:

Sonam Kapoor gave Glimpse of his Notting Hill house in London for her Instafam on Saturday. The actress gave Architectural Digest magazine a virtual tour of her London apartment for its September-October issue. He also shared some new pictures of his living and dining space on Saturday. “Landscape photos of the house I didn’t post,” she captioned the post. Summarizing her experience of living in that house, the actress wrote: “The first time Anand Ahuja and I stepped into our flat, it felt like home! It’s the two and a half bedroom space we are currently in our lives in. And We knew immediately.”

The actress added in her note, “Over the years my tastes and inclinations have become a lot more eclectic, needing to include wallpaper with warm textures, fabrics, vintage carpets and chandeliers. I am really fond of modernist art and furniture. Wanted a delicate balance between. Reflects strongly on my Indian heritage. Living away from home can be tough at times, so Rushad did a great job of marrying British architecture with Indian beauty and opulence. While India is my soul, London is my heart.”

See what Sonam Kapoor posted:

Sonam Kapoor marries her longtime boyfriend Anand Ahuja In a big, fat wedding in May 2018, what turned out to be a star-studded affair. Anand Ahuja runs the fashion label Bhane and sneaker boutique veg non veg. The couple had been living in London for over a year.

The actress made her Bollywood debut with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s film Sanwariya (2007). Sonam Kapoor, star of films like Neerja, Ayesha, Beautiful, Veere Di Wedding, The Zoya Factor, It felt like seeing a girl And Raanjhanaa, will next be seen in Shome Makhija’s film Blind. He also did a cameo in AK vs AK, starring her father Anil Kapoor and filmmaker Anurag Kashyap.

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