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PIX: A peek into Tulsi Kumar's beautiful home

By Patcy N
Last updated on: August 18, 2016 17:55 IST
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Tulsi Kumar, who has sung such songs like Salamat (Sarbjit) and Soch Na Sake (Airlift), has been a part of Bollywood for a decade.

Sister of T-Series owner Bhushan Kumar, Tulsi started her career with the Aksar song, Mohabbat Ke.

After getting married to Hitesh Ralhan in 2015, Tulsi set up home in Delhi.

And what a home she has!

A four-bedroom apartment, it took Tulsi three-four months to decorate it with the help of an interior decorator.

We take a look at Tulsi's beautiful home.


A huge flower arrangement takes place of pride in her living room. Tulsi says she picked it up from a store in Delhi.


"I have a huge painting (seen in the right wall) that gives you the feel that you are sitting in a café in Paris," Tulsi says.


Tulsi met Hitesh at a common friend's wedding and it was love at first sight. 

"He approached me and took my (phone) number. Since I was interested, I gave it. Within a year, we got married!" Tulsi says happily.


Hitesh hails from Jaipur, where he has a clothing store. He also has a business of printing of medical labels on boxes. Now, the couple has opened a singing and acting school called the T-Series Stage Works Academy in Noida.


"Married life is amazing!" she exclaims. "I am happier, more content now. My husband and his family are supportive, and love what I do."

Hitesh especially loves Tulsi's voice.

"Every time my song plays on radio or television, Hitesh records it and sends it to me. It feels very good; he appreciates my work."


"I am a religious person and after discussions with my interior decorator, she gave me digital art wallpaper cut-outs of Radha Krishna and Bal Gopal in my living room," she adds.


Tulsi admits she's not a good cook.


Tulsi's favourite place in her home is her music room.

"I also love my unique dresser. If I shut it, it looks like a cupboard," she says.


The passage area is tastefully done up as well.


Tulsi's spacious bedroom.


The entrance of Tulsi's home is also beautiful.

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Patcy N / in Mumbai