For 65 lakh rupees, Kangana Ranaut had her vanity vehicle customized to have a more "traditional" appearance

For 65 lakh rupees, Kangana Ranaut had her vanity vehicle customized to have a more "traditional" appearance

According to Ketan Raval, the man who had Kangana Ranaut's vanity vehicle built for her, it is among the most expensive in the movie business. The Ambani family, different stars, and even the Mumbai Police utilize the 65 vanity vehicles that Ketan owns.

Kangana always drives his most expensive vehicle to date, according to Ketan. Rangoon was filmed in rural sections of Arunachal Pradesh without restaurants or facilities, thus Kangana revealed to Neha Dhupia on her program No Filter With Neha in 2016 that she had to urinate behind rocks.

Ketan spoke with Dainik Bhaskar and stated, "Kangana desired a classic appearance (for her vanity van). She requested that the van be built along the same lines as her home. Her chairs are all made of the original wood, and she has couches with carvings. Her comfort in the vanity van was our first consideration. Even the business that supplied the jet spray on Kangana's vanity vehicle was chosen by her. My vehicle was modified for Kangana for around 65 lakh rupees."

Shah Rukh Khan's vanity van is so large that it is unable to go anywhere, according to Ketan. Since Shah Rukh's van is unable to go to specific locations, Ketan said that his vehicle always fills in.

The idea of vanity trucks was supposedly originally introduced to the film business by Poonam Dhillon. The van's inauguration included Sridevi, Anil Kapoor, and Amitabh Bachchan. Poonam had posted a message on social media in 2021 recalling the occasion, saying, "I had no idea I was making history in the film business when I first launched my beauty vanity van. I get many compliments from artists who like the idea of vanity vehicles.

She had also said, "Shooting on (outside) locales would often provide challenges. No restrooms, no place to eat our meals, and no place to change clothing would all be absent. On sets, artists had to spend time in the heat and mud.