Kangana Ranaut’s vanity van was customized at INR 65 lakh | Bollywood

Kangana Ranaut’s vanity van is among the most expensive in the film industry, Ketan Raval, the person who got it made for her, has said. Ketan owns 65 vans that are used by various players, the Ambani family and even the Mumbai police. (Also Read: Kangana’s Mumbai Home Has ‘Trespassers Will Be Shot’ Sign)

Kangana Ranaut inside her home.

Ketan said that Kangana’s has been his most expensive van till date and she always uses it. In 2016, Kangana had told Neha Dhupia on her show No Filter With Neha that Rangoon was shot in remote areas of Arunachal Pradesh with no restaurants or toilets, so she had to pee behind rocks.

Speaking to Dainik Bhaskar, Ketan said, “Kangana wanted a traditional look (for her vanity van). She wanted the van to be designed on the lines of her house. She has sofas with carvings, her chairs are all made of original wood . Our priority was to make her feel at home in the vanity cart. Kangana even chose the company for the jet spray used in her vanity cart. It took approx. 65 lakh to customize my van for Kangana.”

Ketan also revealed that Shah Rukh Khan’s vanity cart was so huge that it can’t go anywhere. Ketan said that his van always fills in for Shah Rukh’s if his van cannot go places.

Kangana Ranaut inside her home.

Poonam Dhillon was said to be the first person to introduce the concept of vanity vans in the film industry. Sridevi, Anil Kapoor and Amitabh Bachchan inaugurated the van. Recalling that time, Poonam had written on social media in 2021, “I had no idea that I was making history in the film industry when I first started my makeup vanity van. Many artists compliment me and thank me for introducing the concept to vanity vans.”

She had added, “I would often face difficulties when shooting at (outdoor) locations. There would be no place to change clothes, no toilets and no place to eat our meals. Artists had to spend time amidst the sun and dirt on recordings.”


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