Mouni Roy has had quite the memorable year. Beginning 2022 on a high note, the Bollywood actress married Suraj Nambiar in an intimate ceremony where the couple looked blissfully happy. Later in the year, Mouni outshone every other Bollywood star who acted in Brahmastra with her incredible performance as the antagonist. She has been riding a wave of success in her career and when the lights are turned off and it's time to wrap up, Mouni has the most stunning home to go back to.
When your life is filled with twelve hour workdays, one's home has to be an escape from the grind. Mouni Roy has created just that for herself; a place far from the bright lights of the movie sets she spends her days at.
The colours used are clean and there are metal accents throughout her home. Mirrors also stand out as a design element but it all comes together to create a space that's as warm as it is peaceful. Mouni grew up in West Bengal's Cooch Behar, in a home surrounded by wide open spaces.
Her childhood is filled with memories of food, of rituals, and of reading; something that she carries with her wherever she goes. It's also a characteristic that she carries into every house she has built since leaving home.
The echoes of Mouni's influences are visibly present. There's a kitchen designed around her needs and green spaces carved around every inch of available floor space. Her house includes a large deck where meals can be shared with family and friends. Let's not forget; all her favourite books are available at arm's reach.
As contemporary as Mouni Roy's home is, it's the influence of her childhood years present in the space that truly makes it stand out.
Take a look at Mouni Roy's home in greater detail on Asian Paints 'Where The Heart Is' Season 6.