Indian business tycoon and richest man Mukesh Ambani’s elder son Akash Ambani is engaged to Shloka Mehta, younger daughter of Russel Mehta. Russel Mehta is the owner of World’s largest diamond trading company – Rosy Blue Diamonds.
As per reports, the engagement ceremony was in Goa at a private resort. For quite some time, there has been speculation about Shloka Mehta and Akash’s engagement. There is also news about Akash and Shloka’s wedding to take place in December this year in Mumbai.
Mukesh Ambani and Mehta families are familiar with each other for a long time. The engagement ceremony was held on 24 March 2018 in the presence of both the families and some close friends.
After the engagement, on 25 March 2018, it was Ram Navmi and Ambani family visited Siddhi Vinayak temple with Shloka Mehta. As per sources, Ambani’s have arranged a floral decoration of worth Rs 50 lakh at the temple.
Meanwhile commenting on Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta’s wedding, Nita Ambani said, “I have known Shloka since she was four and we are all delighted to welcome her to our home and our hearts”.
As we all know about Akash Ambani, he is on the board of Reliance Jio. 25-year-old Akash is the eldest son of Mukesh and Nita Ambani. He has a twin sister Isha Ambani. After completing schooling at Dhirubhai Ambani International School, he went to Brown University for further studies.
Akash and Shloka studied together in a school. Shloka Mehta is the youngest daughter of Mona and Russell Mehta. Shloka went to Princeton University for Anthropology study. She completed her Masters in Law from the London School of Economics and Political Science.
She is a director of Rosy Blue Foundation since July 2014 and also a co-founder of ConnectFor. ConnectFor is a company which connects NGOs with volunteers.
Well, after this ceremony, there may be a grand Engagement ceremony in Mumbai around June month for Akash and Shloka.
While the marriage date is still not known, Nita Ambani has confirmed that ‘marriage may happen soon’.
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