Akash Ambani wedding | 500 guests, 2 aircraft, Ranbir chief guest and more


It was just two months back that Isha Ambani tied the knot with Anand Piramal in a grand wedding, and now the Ambanis are set for another marriage ceremony. And it seems Akash's wedding will be more glitzy and glamorous. He will get married to Shloka Mehta and the wedding invitation is already doing rounds on social media.

Mukesh and wife Nita went to the Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai on Tuesday and unveiled their son's wedding card. Check out the video below:

Akash's brother Anant accompanied his parents to the temple. 

The D-day

According to reports, two functions will be held as part of the big day – the traditional wedding on March 10 and the wedding reception on March 11. Both events will be held at the same venue and are expected to be attended by most of the prominent personalities of the country, including the who’s who of Bollywood, the political world and the business sector.

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Bachelor's party

Akash is reportedly planning to throw his bachelor's party by Feburary end in St Moritz, Switzerland. Around 500 guests are expected to attend his party, including Bollywood stars Ranbir Kapoor and Karan Johar.

Two aircraft, with the guests, are to take off for St Moritz for the party.

Earlier, American pop singer Beyonce had graced sister Isha's pre-wedding functions.

All eyes are now on the billionaire's family to know which star will grab eyeballs. No official announcement has been made on the party as yet.

The love story

Shloka Mehta is the daughter of diamond merchant Russell Mehta. Akash and Shloka were school mates and studied at the Dhirubhai Ambani International School in Mumbai.

The two were friends for a decade before Akash and Shloka began dating each other and fell in love. In March 2018, Akash proposed to her and later in June 2018, the couple got engaged.

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