In a dazzling spectacle, the Ambani family, one of India’s wealthiest and most influential families, hosted a lavish Ganesh Chaturthi celebration that drew the who’s who of Bollywood, prominent politicians, and esteemed police officials. The grand event, held at their opulent residence, Antilia, was a star-studded affair that left no stone unturned in making it a night to remember.
Bollywood Glitz and Glamour
The Ambani bash unfolded as a true Bollywood extravaganza. The red carpet witnessed the presence of Bollywood’s biggest stars, including Alia Bhatt, Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, Shahid Kapoor, and more, all dressed to the nines. Alia Bhatt, adorned in a stunning red saree, made a grand entrance with her close friend and Brahmastra director, Ayan Mukerji. Her husband, Ranbir Kapoor, was notably absent from the event, sparking speculation among fans.
Salman Khan, looking dashing in a dark kurta and white pajama, graced the occasion with his niece, Alizeh Agnihotri, adding an extra layer of star power to the gathering.
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, often hailed as the ‘power couple’ of Bollywood, were the epitome of perfection. Deepika radiated elegance in a red-pink suit, while Ranveer’s fashion choice was characteristically bold – a green silk kurta-pajama paired with an embellished long dupatta.
Aishwarya Rai made a breathtaking appearance with her daughter, Aaradhya, both elegantly dressed in coordinating blue and yellow suits, respectively, symbolizing their bond and grace.
Shahid Kapoor, without his wife Mira Rajput, graced the event with his presence. Kiara Advani, his co-star from the hit movie Kabir Singh, arrived with her husband, Sidharth Malhotra, showcasing their real-life chemistry.
Legendary actress Rekha, a timeless beauty, made a grand entrance in a stunning red silk saree, while Anil Kapoor, Bollywood’s forever-young star, looked dapper in a crisp white kurta-pajama.
Host Nita Ambani, resplendent in a green and red saree adorned with exquisite gold jewelry, welcomed guests with warmth and grace. She was joined by her daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta and to-be-daughter-in-law Radhika Merchant for a photo opportunity outside their breathtaking home, Antilia.
Politicians and Policemen Join the Festivities
It wasn’t just the glitterati of Bollywood who graced the occasion; the event also saw the presence of prominent politicians and distinguished police officials. Raj Thackeray, a charismatic political figure, added a touch of political glamor to the evening, highlighting the Ambani family’s significant influence.
Ambani Residence, Antilia, Comes Alive with Puja
Earlier in the day, the Ambani family hosted a traditional puja at their iconic residence, Antilia, to welcome Lord Ganpati home. The puja was a private and intimate affair attended by their closest friends and family, showcasing the Ambani family’s deep-rooted cultural traditions. A video capturing the essence of the ceremony was shared on social media by eager paparazzi, providing fans with an exclusive glimpse into the Ambani family’s personal and religious rituals.
A series of events by Ambani family
Notably, earlier this year, the Ambani family had also organized a star-studded launch event for the Nita Mukesh Ambani Culture Centre in Mumbai, a testament to their commitment to the arts and culture. The launch saw a blend of Bollywood and international stars, with Hollywood sensations Tom Holland and Zendaya gracing the occasion as special guests. Supermodel Gigi Hadid and social media sensation Emma Chamberlain were also part of this prestigious event, underlining the global appeal of the Ambani family’s endeavors. (Read More:- NMACC Gala 2023 hosted by Ambani’s)
The Ambani family’s Ganesh Chaturthi celebration was not just a social event; it was a dazzling display of opulence, cultural richness, and celebrity allure. From Bollywood’s A-listers to political dignitaries and even international guests, the event stood as a testament to the Ambani family’s status as some of India’s most influential and well-connected individuals.