Bollywood’s leading and senior actress Ameesha Patel has revealed that she has one of the most expensive bags that can regularly buy a house. Ameesha Patel is currently garnering accolades with the success of her recently released film Ghadar 2.
Ameesha Patel is well known for her luxurious lifestyle along with her acting skills. The actress recently opened up about her penchant for using bags from expensive and well-known brands. She said that she has been collecting them since she was around 12 years old.
In a recent interview with Indian media ‘Bollywood Hungama’, Ameesha Patel while talking about her luxury bag collection said that
The most expensive bag she has is worth Rs 70 lakh which is the best in every respect. The actress admitted that the most expensive bag in her collection is her ‘Hermes Birkin’, which can be bought for a house.
Talking about her ‘Rolls Royce brand bag, Ameesha Patel said that
This is the most wanted bag which is not easy to find, it is very difficult to get it, it takes you five to ten years to get this bag. May have to wait but luckily I didn’t have to wait long, I was really lucky to get this bag.
The actress revealed during the interview and further said that this bag is cheaper than the bags owned by celebrities like internationally famous singer Rihanna and Victoria Beckham.
Ameesha further revealed that she has a total of 16 Birkin bags in her collection, in various shapes, sizes, and colors, collected over the years and some as family heirlooms.
Ghadar 2 actress Ameesha Patel highlighted Birkin bags saying that since these bags are made from the skins of reptiles, these bags are difficult to get and are very expensive compared to other bags.
Amisha Patel had to say that she got her first luxury bag when she was 12 to 13 years old, a school bag from the brand ‘Louis Vuitton’. Amisha Patel revealed that she only buys bags from limited editions and brands.
She said that I treat my bags like my children, they are all limited edition bags, and they are not the bags that are usually mass-produced.