Indian Cricketer Rohit Sharma sells Lonavala villa for Rupees 5.25 crore, a loss of 75 lakh

The Indian cricketer is currently in England where the team will face the hosts in a five match Test series.

According to a report, Rohit Sharma has sold his villa for an amount less than what he had bought in 2016. He had bought the villa in January 2016 for Rupees 6 crore. Rohit Sharma sold his villa in May 2021. The property is spread across 6329 square feet and it is villa numbered 15, located in the project named Discovery by S2 reality.

Lonavala is one of the most popular weekend destinations and many prefer buying their second home and farmhouses there. While the real-estate sector was hit during COVID-19, a ratings agency earlier had said that the residential real estate demand will touch pre-pandemic levels only after 2022-23.

It is 6259 square feet and was registered on June 1, based on a report in Moneycontrol.com. Rohit Sharma even paid a stamp obligation of Rupees 26 Lakh. The customer is a ladies named Sushma Ashok Saraf.

Ritika Sajdeh Apologises To Husband Rohit Sharma On Instagram

The Indian cricket crew is presently in England after dropping the World Test Championship Closing in opposition to New Zealand. Now the crew will tackle hosts England for a five-match Test collection beginning from August 4. In the meantime, the gamers are utilizing the interval earlier than the red-ball collection to have some enjoyable time with their households. Rohit Sharma is spending high quality time together with his spouse Ritika Sajdeh and daughter Samaira.

Ritika lately shared an image on Instagram, the place she posted a cheeky video involving a canine and her husband. She posted a boomerang video through which Rohit was seen in his on field avatar and a cute canine resting on a small mattress. Ritika put an lovely caption on the video, “Sorry Ro, you’re not the cutest one on set anymore.”

The Indian smasher can be having fun with the break to the fullest. He lately shared an image with spouse Ritika. The lovely picture within the greenery was connected with a coronary heart emoji by Rohit. Australian opener David Warner commented “legend” on this image.

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