Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Fame Munmun Dutta’s Dream Home Has Lights From Turkey
Popular TV show Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Fame Munmun Dutta’s Dream Home Has Lights From Turkey. She has also designed the interiors on her own and shared glimpses of them on her YouTube channel. Not only are fans excited to see Munmun’s new home but also pleasantly shocked that the actor could design interiors too.
After having worked in the industry for years, Tarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Fame Munmun Dutta’s Dream Home Has Lights From Turkey and is extremely happy to be shifting to her new home. She is moving into her new home with her mother. Not to forget, two cats are part of Munmun’s family.
Besides the white and grey combination, with a dash of rose gold, the house also shows Munmun’s love for paintings that adorn the walls of the house.
The actor has taken care of her mother’s choice while designing her room. Munmun’s bedroom is gorgeous, and it has a balcony as well. The lights that have been put on this balcony are from Turkey.
On the work front, the audience loves her character, Babita Ji, in Taarak Mehta ka Ooltah Chashmah.
The show has been entertaining its fans for the past 12 years and the viewers hope it will continue to do the same for many more years to come. Munmun has not just won people’s hearts with her acting in the show. She also entertains them through her vlogs and other social media handles.
Munmun said that she customized a lot of her furniture, “Everything has been measured and made.” She added that she is very proud of her large couch, which seats 6-7 people comfortably. She also showed everyone her cozy dining area, with a dining table that she commissioned to be built.
The living room had a ‘pop of color’ in the form of the handwoven carpet and paintings. The walls also featured panels to add symmetry.
Munmun’s bedroom featured an accent wall with a painting. Her bed had an orange headboard with matching curtains.
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