Jubilee Hills (జూబిలీ హిల్స్) is a suburban neighbourhood in west Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. It is currently one of the most expensive residential locations in India with prime land prices fetching up to Rs. 200,000 (USD 4,000) per square yard. A 6-acre (24,000 m sq) tract of land in the city was sold for nearly Rs. 3,340,000,000 (USD 66,800,000) in 2005. Rental prices on Road Numbers 36 and 37 range from 100-200 rupees per square foot, among the top commercial rental locales in India.
This suburb is sandwiched between the wealthy commercial district of Banjara Hills and is located within two kilometers of the IT central hub of HITEC City. The natural terrain is mostly rocky and settlements here are of relatively new construction.To its south-east is the KBR National Park, the erstwhile Chiran palace, which is one of the urban national parks in India covering an area of 1.58 km sq.
Commercial Area :
Jubilee Hills is home to the Telugu Film Industry and some of its renowned studios such as Ramanaidu Studios, Padmalaya Studios and Annapurna Studios are located here. It is also home to most of the Telugu movie industry's actors, business tycoons, and leading politicians. The headquarters of Spire Films is also located in Jubilee Hills.
Jubilee Hills is the political heart of Hyderabad. Telugu Desam Party's Headquarters is on the LV Prasad Marg in Jubilee Hills and former Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu is also a resident of the area. The Praja Rajyam party headquarters is located on Road Number 45. The Telangana Rashtra Samithi also has recently built its headquarters here. Large scale political rallies are witnessed in the area from time to time.
Jubilee Hills is home to large media houses. Media houses like ABN Andhra Jyothy, Maa TV, NTV, TV-5, TV-9, T News, Mahaa TV, V6, CVR News etc. are located in Jubilee Hills and Kavuri Hills. It has become a media hub, with a majority of the leading Telugu media houses headquartered here.
Beauty And Gyms :
Jubilee Hills has some leading beauty parlors serving the highly affluent urban class residing here. Leading parlors in this area are: Pinks and Bloos, Ayur, Lakme beauty parlor, Bubbles, Mirrors, Blush and Manea. Some of these parlors are unisex while others have an option for both Men and Women.
The KBR National Park and a man-made pond - Lotus Pond are used by walkers and joggers. Also there are a couple of significant natural tanks in the area - Durgam Cheruvu and Hakimpet Kunta. The former is a major attraction to visitors where boating, trekking and an open-air disco operate. The nationally renowned State Gallery of Fine Arts is located to the north west or region in the back of Road Number 37. Places for recreation in the region include the Jubilee Hills International Club, the Film Nagar Club and the Hyderabad Gymkhana.Peddamma Temple near Jubilee Hills Check Post is a Hindu temple visited by devotees during the local Bonalu festival.