Inside access: All the videos from the Ambani wedding ceremony

Sergio Cunningham
March 10, 2019

Mukesh Ambani, the Chairman of Reliance Industries, his wife Nita Ambani, their son Akash Ambani and daughter Isha Piramal pose during a photo opportunity at the wedding ceremony in Mumbai March 9, 2019.

The Ambanis have made sure to keep everything grand at Akash's wedding. Various Bollywood celebrities and personalities attended the do.

What do you think of their look? The two lovebirds who are childhood friends got married in a lavish ceremony at the Jio World Centre, Bandra-Kurla Complex.

Indian stars Shah Rukh Khan and Ranbir Kapoor were seen dancing with the bridegroom Akash Ambani and plenty of Indians shared photos on social media with #AkashAmbani and #AkashShlokaWedding among the top trending hashtags in India.

Did you miss the newlyweds Akash and Shloka's wedding pictures?

Akash-Shloka wedding a floral extravaganza: Ambanis twin in shades of pink; Tony Blair, Anand Mahindra among guests

The guest list for her pre-wedding festivities ranged from Hillary Clinton and Henry Kravis to performers including Beyonce, according to the person.

Former United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and his wife Cherie Blair, Google CEO Sundar Pichai, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, politicians Praful Patel and HD Deve Gowda, to name a few, graced Akash's and Shloka's wedding.

The wedding bells have already begun at Mukesh Ambani's abode Antillia in Mumbai, and guests are also ready to bless the couple.

As expected, corporate honchos and global leaders have been invited. Today, for their big day, many A-listers from the worlds of politics, showbiz and business are expected to be a part of the wedding celebrations. In one particular video, Karan and Hardik Pandya can be seen dancing as baraatis (groom's pals).

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