Paul Parmar and his beautiful Mega Mansion in New Jersey!

Paul Parmar, CEO of Pegasus Blue Star – a private investment firm resides in a beautiful mega mansion in Colts Neck, New Jersey. His super stunning mansion was built by the Polo Master Builders. Paul Parmar is also a producer and owns a production house by the name of Funky Buddha Group. It is a versatile company involved in content production, celebrity management, event management and media research both in Hollywood and Bollywood. He is also an active investor in Insignia Investment Management Group, Insignia Wealth Management Group, Funky Buddha Media, Illusions, Inc., JetNetwork and JetFirst, Air Support, LLC and TADS, and International Imaging Network.

The lavish mansion is spread in 39,000 square feet’s and has everything that you could imagine. You may see pictures of his bountiful mansion using the link The mansion has stunning entertainment annex which is attached to the main house by an underground tunnel. The entertainment annex has an indoor pool, gym, movie theatre, bar, wine cellar and bowling alley. The super amazing mansion has three pools in total and one of them being saltwater surrounded by imported sand.

Paul Parmar is a lover of all animals and spends leisure time with his five dogs. Currently, he purchased 140 acres of land in Texas to build tiger refugee for the abandoned tigers. Apart from his investment activities, Paul Parmar is a philanthropist and actively contributes for noble causes. With no financial backing or family money, he through his hard work and intelligence rose to great heights. He is the proud owner of $3.3 billion company Pegasus Blue Star and has over 700 employees in seven countries and client list of global 500 countries.


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