Shah Rukh Khan, known for his fondness for swanky cars, owns an exceptional fleet of four-wheelers. Reportedly, the actor has bought a brand-new Rolls-Royce Cullinan Black Badge to celebrate the success of his comeback movie, Pathaan. Apparently, the luxurious SUV is priced at a whopping ₹10 crores!

That’s more zeroes than we’ll probably ever see in our lifetime. So obviously, it piqued our curiosity as to what makes it worth that amount of moolah.


The car’s backrest panel is made using one single piece of leather and is designed in a way that gives a three-dimensional surface. 

Oh, and it also has a massager in the rear seats for you to relax and be at ease. You know, because of stress and all. No biggie. *checks price of massage rates in regular parlors*

If you thought Apple is the only one with the ‘i’s, the Cullinan comes with multiple driving modes and gets a selectable iDrive dial.

And in case you’re so tired you can’t even move a hand, you can simply push a button to open and close the car doors.

The Cullinan comes with a fine crystal decanter with glasses attached to the central armrest. 

Before this, we didn’t even know that you need a special vessel – called, a decanter – to hold wine when it’s not in a bottle. But, yes, the Cullinan has a decanter.

It also has special picnic seats along with pull-out trays for when you want to go on road trips and just do ‘regular’ things. 

The car has a special pair of leather upholstered seats that fold out from the boot space complete with a table. No big deal.

You can actually keep an umbrella in your Rolls Royce without anyone noticing it. They’ve even designed an automated dryer to keep it dry!

They also built in a refrigerated space for a can of coke that to be tucked into specially-tailored silicone slots during use to prevent spillage. 

And a rear window wiper concealed high up in the roof spoiler. We didn’t even know they needed concealing!

It also has a 360-degree camera with a bird’s eye view, a starlit roofline, customized tires (imagine that) and heated armrests. 

Clearly, the Cullinan has ruined DSLR cameras, Google Pixel phones, every starry night and spas for good. Those who ever drive this mean machine isn’t going back the same person. Meanwhile, we’ll just dream. 

If you thought only trains could be called ‘palace on wheels’, clearly, you’ve got to think again!