Nita, Mukesh and Anant visits Siddhivinayak temple to offer Akash, Shloka’s wedding card

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One of the richest businessmen of India, Mukesh Ambani’s son Akash Ambani is all set to tie the knot with diamantaire Russell Mehta’s daughter Shloka Mehta on March 9 in Mumbai.

Nita, Mukesh and Anant visits Siddhivinayak

And now, Mukesh Ambani along with wife Nita and son Anant paid a visit to Mumbai’s Siddhivinayak temple. The Ambanis offered Akash and Shloka’s wedding invitation card at the temple.

Mukesh and his younger son Anant were spotted outside the temple, wearing half-sleeved white shirt and black pants. While, Nita dressed in a red and golden kutra coupled with matching Palazzo pants.

Nita, Mukesh and Anant visits Siddhivinayak

The wedding will take place on March 9, 10 and 11 and the venue will be the Jio World Centre in Bandra Kurla Complex in Mumbai.

According to reports, “The Mangal Baaraat will assemble at the Trident in Mumbai at 3.30 pm on Saturday. From the Trident, the baaraatis are to leave for the Jio World Centre in Bandra Kurla Complex. A high tea will be hosted for the guests at Jio World Centre at 6.30 pm on March 9. Akash and Shloka’s wedding ceremony will take place at 7:30 pm. The Mangal Parv is being hosted on March 10, the second Sunday of March this year. Akash and Shloka’s families are throwing a lavish bash for their guests and the who’s who of Bollywood, politics and the business circuits of the country are expected to attend the event,”

Shloka and Akash studied together at Dhirubhai Ambani International School in the Bandra Kurla Complex. After finishing schooling at Dhirubhai Ambani International School in 2009, Shloka went on to study Anthropology at Princeton University and masters in Law at The London School of Economics and Political Science.

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Akash is Mukesh Ambani’s elder son and heads Reliance Industries and is among the world’s richest industrialists. While, Shloka is a director with Rosy Blue Foundation and is a co-founder of ConnectFor, an organisation that helps NGOs get volunteers for various causes.