From Cannes to London and now Dubai, Bollywood’s most famous toddler, Aaradhya Bachchan is certainly on the move.
When it comes to Dubai, however, she is planning to stay.
Bollywood superstar and global brand ambassador Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya have been in Dubai over the past few days finalising the interiors for the Bachchan villa in Dubai’s upscale Sanctuary Falls development.
Hubby Abhishek Bachchan is not on this trip and it’s just mother and daughter who have been enjoying the emirate.
“She and her daughter Aaradhya visited their villa on Sunday and finalised selections for the interior design and kitchen. The villa will be handed over early next year,” an informed source told this website.
Interiors of the villas at the project have been done by Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA), interior designers of hotel and resorts such as Ritz Carlton properties, the Mandarin Oriental New York, Grand Hyatt Dubai and St. Regis Shanghai.
Shaikh Holdings, the developer of the project, refused to confirm Aishwarya’s visit to the site.
Zeeshan Shaikh, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer, Shaikh Holdings, said: “We take our residents’ privacy and security very seriously, so we cannot disclose specifics on who has been to see us in Dubai.
However, yes some of our celebrity residents visited us this week.”
He added that the handover of the villas would commence from early next year.
Sanctuary Falls has 96 distinctly styled resort homes with traditional, modern and contemporary architecture. In 2007, the five- and six-bedroom villas, ranging from 5,600 to 10,600 square feet, were priced in the range of Dh9.5 million to Dh23 million.
Each of the villas come fitted with a Scavolini designer Kitchen outfitted with Miele appliances and Nolte wardrobes and feature sanitary ware by Villeroy & Boch. The family lounge comes equipped with Bang & Olufsen Home entertainment system, while the rest of the house comes equipped with an advanced home automation system by Archimedia and a dedicated concierge service by Quintessentially.
The villa project overlooks the Earth Course in Jumeirah Golf Estate, the home to Dubai World Championship.