Justin Bieber India Tour | Cost of Ride From Mumbai Airport to His Hotel & His Long List of Demands

Justin Bieber’s Mumbai show was a magnanimous event, which is still much talked about in the media even after it is over. The 23- years old Canadian singer had first time flown down to India and the organizers had left no stone unturned to make Justin Bieber’s ‘Purpose Tour to India’ a most cherishable one.

The show of Justin Bieber was successfully held at Mumbai’s DY Patil Stadium on May 10. On the night of the event, the entire stadium was jam packed by the Beliebers (as the fans of Justin Bieber are called). Even the Bollywood stars like Alia Bhatt, Malaika Arora, Jacqueline Fernandez, Bipasha Basu along with her actor husband Karan Singh Grover, Remo D’souza couldn’t give the event a miss. The actor parents of the Bollywood including Raveena Tandon, Sonali Bendre, Sridevi with Boney Kapoor, Arjun Rampal, and Arbaaz Khan were also present at the show as they were on the mommy-daddy duties to accompany their wards who are also the Bieber fans.

But that is only about the star-studded event, which was captured by the paparazzi and has gone viral on the internet. In fact, it will be all the more interesting to know how much the Justin Bieber’s rides from the airport to his hotel have cost and what kind of luxurious hospitality he must have received after landing here in India.

The pop singer who was once the teenage icon worldwide reached India on the eve of May 8. He was received by the Salman Khan’s personal bodyguard Shera who had escorted him right from the airport to his hotel. Shera was given away the responsibility of Justin Bieber’s security here in India. Paparazzi who were waiting to capture Bieber while coming out of the airport could just manage to get a few of his glimpse via their lenses, as the singer came is a hush – hush and directly hopped in a white colored Mercedez- Benz G- class, which is also known as the G-Wagen. He was wearing a pink hoodie and was accompanied by his team mates.


Well, the expenses of Justin’s car ride that we are talking about here is equivalent to the cost of a 2BHK flat in Navi Mumbai….Yes, you heard it right! The ex- showroom price of the car that ferried the Canadian singer was of Rs 2.08 crore. And now the experts are speculating, that the price of the car may rise up after the pop star ridden in it. Apart from this, his friends and other crew members rode in separate cars which were again of cost over Rs 1 crore.

Long list of Justin Bieber’s demands

The singer, Justin Bieber who enjoys luxury, had given a long list of unusual demands before he had arrived in India. Here goes the list of demands-

  • He demanded Z+ security for himself and his crew members wherever they go.
  • Demanded 13 rooms backstage, with white curtains and a refrigerator with large glass door.
  • His hotel to be converted into a personal 3-floor villa with all modern amenities.
  • A licensed masseuse from Kerala was called for Justin Bieber.
  • He had demanded a PlayStation, ping pong table, IO Hawk, washing machine, jacuzzi and a sofa set backstage at the event venue
  • He demanded a convoy of 10 luxury sedan for his event
  • Antique furniture in his hotel rooms
  • A yoga casket with all aromatic essential oils
  • Body wash, lip balms, and vanilla room fresheners.
  • Bolognese Spaghetti, Turkey, Wild berries, Green and black Olives, organic Banans, seasoned veggies with special dressing for his meals
  • Potato chips, cheese sandwiches, peanut butter, cereal made from berries, Ghiradelli dark chocolates, Haribo gummy bears, dried fruits and watermelon flavored gum as snacks backstage during the event.

Phew…. and the list goes on….


Yamini S. Verma

A dreamer and a go-getter, this is how she defines herself. With seven- plus years of experience in Journalism, Yamini has worked with various publications in print and online. With an inclination towards photography, she dreams to go on around the world tour someday and capture the beauty of nature through her lens. You can write to her at hello@chandigarhmetro.com
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