Akash Ambani, son of Reliance chairperson, Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani, tied the knot with Shloka Mehta yesterday in a dreamy wedding at Jio World Centre in Mumbai.
The celebrations saw the biggest names from Bollywood, business, politics and sports attend the grand ceremony.
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Shloka Mehta was a stunning bride on her wedding day, dressed in custom, hand-embroidered Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla lehenga.
The newest member of Ambani family had opted for the bespoke red colour for her shaadi attire.
It was definitely the grandest wedding of the year, maybe even of the decade or the century.
But this now the first time that the Ambani women have stunned us with their gorgeous wedding ensembles.
Even Nita Ambani and Isha Ambani looked beyond gorgeous on their wedding day and these pictures from their shaadi are proof.
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Isha, who recently tied the knot with Anand Piramal in December last year, had also opted for an Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla lehenga.
Isha wore a custom-made off-white Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ensemble for her marriage, paired with her mother Nita’s 35-year-old wedding saree.
Take a look at Isha’s wedding day ensemble:
As for Nita Ambani, who married Mukesh Ambani 33 years ago, on March 8, 1985 in Mumbai, she chose a traditional Gujarati look for her wedding.
She wore a bespoke white and red silk saree for her marriage, which spoke of her elegance and simplicity.
Nita did not wear much jewellery; just a simple maangtika, a very tiny nath and a single choker necklace along with some bangles to style her ensemble.
Take a look at Nita Ambani’s wedding day look:
Akash and Shloka’s wedding took place after three-day long celebrations that were held at St. Moritz in Switzerland on February 23, 24 and 25 and many pre-marriage functions in Mumbai. It was a celebration to be remembered.