Former India captain and Chairman of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Sourav Ganguly, bought a 23.6-meter plot of 2-storey building on Lower Rodden Street, which is worth around 40 million of rupees Ganguly is one of the most loved personalities in Bengal and also in India and despite having retired from cricket, he is very popular among the local people. Know how much property the Prince of Kolkata Sourav Ganguly owns
Currently, the BCCI President lives with his wife and daughter in his family’s home on Biren Roy Road in Behala. It is important to note that Ganguly was born and raised in the neighborhood of Behala. According to various reports, Ganguly’s wife Donna, his daughter Sana and his mother Nirupa will co-own his new house.
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Sourav Ganguly’s family is already very rich. Grandpa’s father, Chandidas Ganguly, worked in a printing shop and used to be one of the richest men in town. The father of the former captain lived in one of the most expensive houses in the state at the time. The cost of this kothi of yours is still in crores of rupees. However, after 48 years of his life have passed, Ganguly will now finally leave his ancestral home. Sourav Ganguly was madly in love with Donna Roy, then had to marry twice
After 48 years, Ganguly also gave a backlash by leaving his ancestral home. In a conversation with The Telegraph, Ganguly said: “I’m happy to have my own house. I think it’s the same thing. It would also be convenient to live in Central and the hardest part is leaving the place where I lived for 48 years.” Ganguly reportedly had bought the plot from merchants named Anupama Bagri, his uncle Keshav Das Binani and his son Nikunj Sourav Ganguly lives in a 48-room mansion, see his house Alishaan