Raj Kapoor’s mansion won’t be sold anymore? Owner’s claim is worth Rs 200 crore

Raj Kapoor Haveli
Raj Kapoor Haveli

Raj Kapoor’s ancestral home was being bought by the Pakistan government, but now the owner has refused to sell it. The owner of the house has refused to sell the accommodation.

Actor Raj Kapoor has a ancestral home in Peshawar, Pakistan. The price of this very old house was fixed by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government. Now the owner of the house has refused to sell the house at a price fixed by the government. The owner of the house says that the house is at a very good location and has been rated very low.

The government had these schemes

The provincial government had approved the release of Rs 1.5 crore to buy raj Kapoor’s ancestral home. Sarkan had said that actor Raj Kapoor’s house would be bought and transformed into a museum. It was also said that the actor would be honoured by changing it as a museum.

Owner refuses to sell mansion

Currently raj kapoor’s mansion owner is Haji Ali Sabir. He has refused to sell the mansion for Rs 1.5 crore in talks with a private channel on Wednesday. “Even half of marla land in this area is not available for 1.5 crore crores,” he said. How can I sell six Marla land assets for 1.5 crore?” The Marla unit is used in India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Marla, the unit used, means an area of 272.25 sq ft.

Here’s the real price of the mansion

The owner of the mansion Haji Ali Sabir said the exact value of the property is Rs 200 crore. Raj Kapoor‘s ancestral home, the Kapoor Haveli, is in the Kissa Khwani Bazar area.

It was constructed between 1918 and 1922 by Raj Kapoor’s grandfather Diwan Basheswarnath Kapoor. Raj Kapoor and his uncle Trilok Kapoor were both born in the same mansion. The provincial government has declared the building as a national heritage.