Harbhajan Singh sells plush Mumbai apartment for Rs 17.58 crore

Harbhajan Singh sells plush Mumbai apartment for Rs 17.58 crore

The documents further revealed that the cricketer paid a stamp duty of ₹87.90 lakh on the transaction.

Harbhajan Singh
Harbhajan Singh. (Photo Source: Instagram)

India’s ace spinner Harbhajan Singh is reported to have sold his apartment in Mumbai for INR 17.58 crore as per the documents of real estate data analytical and research firm Zapkey.com. The documents further revealed that the cricketer paid a stamp duty of ₹87.90 lakh on the transaction.

Harbhajan Singh has sold his 2,830 square feet apartment in Rustomjee Elements, Andheri, to JBC International LLP. He had purchased the property back in December 2017 from Rustomjee and had made the registration of the same in March 2018. The Rustomjee Elements is a 3-acre premium project which consists of 3, 4, and 5-BHK (bedroom, hall, and kitchen) high-end apartments that are all well equipped with modern facilities.

Sandeep Reddy, co-founder of, Zapkey.com has asserted that there has been a certain rise in transactions in the luxury segment. He said, “As the realty market improves, we are seeing increasing sales in high-end apartments,” as reported by HT.

Harbhajan Singh hopes Ajinkya Rahane finds his form in the upcoming Test series

Ajinkya Rahane hasn’t appeared to be at his absolute best lately. Thus, Harbhajan raised concerns on the form of the batter. He reckoned that if Rahane doesn’t get back his rhythm he might find himself in trouble. He hoped that the batter takes the team forward and also chime in with big runs. According to Singh, if Rahane struggles to make an impact, there are quite a few players who are waiting in the ranks who can replace him.

“Not that he has been given the captaincy, I hope he takes the team forward and also scores runs with the bat so we can see him playing for a little more. If he doesn’t score runs, the queue (of players waiting in the ranks) behind him is very long. There’s Suryakumar Yadav among others waiting in line,” Harbhajan was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.

He also pinned his hopes on the Indian team to perform well and make an impact on the series. “It will be important how India start against New Zealand because they are a strong side in India as well. I hope to see good cricket pitches in India and the Indian team move forward by playing good cricket,” he  said.