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In pictures: Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s lavish star-studded wedding ceremony

Mukesh Ambani hosted an extravagant reception for his son on Sunday

SAMAA | - Posted: Mar 11, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago
Posted: Mar 11, 2019 | Last Updated: 2 years ago

After Isha Ambani’s extravagant wedding last year, her brother Akash Ambani is now making headlines for his star-studded wedding with Shloka Mehta on Saturday.

The wedding ceremony of Reliance Industries chief Mukesh Ambani’s son welcomed bigwigs from all around the globe at Mumbai’s Jio World Centre. Ambani’s residence Antilia was all decked up with flowers for his son’s wedding.

The guests included former UK prime minister Tony Blair and his wife, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, Aishwarya Rai and many others.

After a grand wedding ceremony at the Jio World Centre, Ambani hosted an extravagant reception for his son and daughter-in-law on Sunday.

The post-wedding function was attended by bigwigs from Bollywood, politics and the cricket world. However, American rock band Maroon 5’s performance was the highlight of the night.

The band’s lead vocalist Adam Levine performed Girls Like You, Sugar and other hit tracks. The newlyweds also danced to She Will Be Loved.

Akash and Shloka’s pre-wedding festivities started with a bang with parties after parties in St Moritz, Switzerland. Later, on March 6, the Anna Seva ceremony kicked-off the main pre-wedding celebrations, followed by mala, mehendi and sangeet ceremonies.

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  1. junaid  March 11, 2019 9:00 pm/ Reply

    Why you posted indian content on your page, it is strictly not allowed by our Court.
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