Imran Khan, who was last seen in Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, has got his ancestral home renovated. Imran Khan has been snowed under with requests from architects and interior design magazines ever since he got his ancestral home renovated -- however, the actor is not keen to let anyone enter his private pad.
Macho! Imran Khan poses in style. (AFP Photo)
Imran's house in Pali Hill, Mumbai, belonged to his grandfather, late filmmaker Nasir Hussain, and it has been there for the past 50 years. The house is eco-friendly with interesting aspects like solar panels, water harvesting and perfect ventilation.
It took nearly two years for the renovation to be completed and the actor moved into the home only last month. Ever since, he has been flooded with requests from magazines, which are keen to profile Imran on their cover, but he isn't keen on it.
The 30-year-old, recently seen in Matru Ki Bijlee Ka Mandola, is not ready to budge.
"Imran has as of now given a blanket no to all the magazines who have got in touch with him to cover his house. He wants his house to be his den and does not want to share his space," said a source close to the actor.