Mumbai isn’t known as the maximum city without a reason. One of the most crowded cities in the world, you see millions of people jostling for limited space. So when you think of Mumbai homes, you think of small spaces, and people striving to make the most out of the space that they have.
“You can take a girl out of Bombay but never Bombay out of a girl”— that’s how Kajal Agarwal begins our introduction to her home in Asian Paints’ Where The Heart Is. Kajal is one of the most prolific actors in India today; having worked extensively in the Tamil and Telugu film industry for many years. In fact, she’s even considered a lucky charm by many directors and producers and has been a part of some big-budget movies over the years.
Bengaluru: Sunil Chhetri has never been one to hog the spotlight— he usually lets his game do the talking. The prolific Chhetri isn’t just the Indian football captain, he’s also the highest Indian goal scorer of all time.
Mumbai: One of the most heartwarming episodes on the third edition of Asian Paints’ “Where the Heart Is” features Boman Irani. His home is a delight in every way. As Boman himself says on the show, “The person you are at work is also a part of you; but the person you are at home is the rooted, innocent you.”And it’s this rootedness and innocence that seeps into every part of their Parsi Colony home.