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Athiya Shetty & KL Rahul live in a rented house, rumors of 50 Crore Bungalow as a gift are nonsense!

Athiya Shetty & KL Rahul Have Not Received Gifts Worth Crores, Source Slams Reports Saying “This Is Not True At All” [Exclusive] (Photo Credit – Instagram)

After dating for quite some time, actress Athiya Shetty and cricketer KL Rahul got married in front of close friends and family. While the lovebirds became husband and wife on Jan. 23, reports are now circulating about the gifts they received and the price tag attached to them.

That’s right. According to some media reports, Athiya and Rahul have received lavish gifts including an Audi worth Rs Rs 1.64 crore from Salman Khan and a lavish apartment from Suniel Shetty that cost Rs 50 crore. But are these reports true?

A source close to Athiya Shetty contacted us regarding these reports and revealed the truth. According to our insider, these claims are false. They even revealed that the actress and KL Rahul are currently living on rent. Read on to find out everything they told us.

A source close to the actress has just informed us that the news circulating regarding the lavish gifts received by Athiya Shetty and KL Rahul as wedding gifts is absolutely false. The insider told us: “Rahul and Athiya live in a rented house on Carter Road in Bandra. That’s where they live. They don’t have a house, it’s for rent.” They signed off by adding: “These reports are not true at all”

According to previous reports, in addition to Salman Khan’s Audi and Suniel Shetty’s house, the newlyweds also received a Chopard Watch certificate.

Whatever gifts they received, team Koimoi wishes Athiya Shetty and KL Rahul a blissful married life.

Stay tuned for more news and updates.

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