Ranbir Kapoor Ready to Shift to New House, Set to Leave Family Bungalow Krishna Raj

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By Arijita Bhowmik | April 20, 2014 10:07 PM EST

Ranbir Kapoor's house hunting has finally ended, with the actor eventually settling for an abode in Mumbai's Hill Road.

Earlier reports had claimed that the "Barfi!" actor was looking for a spacious apartment, somewhere between Juhu and Bandra. And the actor has found a place in Hill Road and is set to move out of his family bungalow Krishna Raj next week, according to Mumbai Mirror.

Varinder Chawla
Ranbir Kapoor (Varinder Chawla)

The report says Ranbir had finalised the place sometime back. And now that the interior designing of the apartment has been completed, he is likely to move in, in the coming days.

"Bahut dinon se interior decor ka kaam chal raha tha (The interior decoration work was happening for a long time). Now, everything is complete and ready for Ranbir to move in," a source told the daily. 

The new place is expected to be Ranbir's bachelor pad, where he will hang out with close pals as he has done on previous occasions.

Earlier reports had suggested that Ranbir decided to shift to the new place to spend some quality time with ladylove Katrina Kaif, after his father Rishi Kapoor expressed disapproval over the actress' regular visits.

But the source shrugged off those reports, stating the actors shares a good rapport with his father.

"Aisa kuch nahin hai (It's not true). Ranbir is very close to his dad. He wanted his own space, and now that it is ready, he is shifting. But he will definitely be shuttling between the two homes, as and when he wants."

Meanwhile, Ranbir's fellow Bollywood actors and lovebirds Bipasha Basu and Harman Baweja are also on the lookout for a new place. The couple have been scouting for places in Worli, and is expected to move in together, amidst reports of impending marriage.

(Ed: VP)

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Ranbir Kapoor (Varinder Chawla)
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