The two families at the Anna Seva ceremony Image Credit: Instagram/@akashwedsshloka

  • The billionaire's son is set to get married on March 9
  • Celebrations began a month ago
  • The wedding is expected to be attended by celebrities

Dubai: Billionaire Mukesh Ambani’s elder son Akash Ambani is ready to get married to Shloka Mehta, daughter of businessman Russell Mehta tomorrow, March 9, and the wedding preparations are in full swing.

On March 7, the families held a Mehendi and Mala ceremony at the Ambani residence, Antilia in Mumbai, India.

A Mehendi is the art or practice of applying temporary henna tattoos, especially as part of a bride or groom’s preparations for a wedding, whereas a Mala ceremony is the practice of exchanging garlands at an Indian wedding.

A video from the dances performed by Mehta’s family is circulating online. The group is seen performing a synchronised, Bollywood-style dance as the bride-to-be cheers her family.

Before the ceremonies, the two families held an Anna Seva (feeding the poor) ceremony in Mumbai that involved serving over 5,000 underprivileged people.

In February, the couple and their families hosted a pre-wedding celebration at St Moritz, Switzerland. The event was attended by a number of prominent Bollywood celebrities like Shah Rukh Khan, Aamir Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, Alia Bhatt and Jacqueline Fernandez amongst numerous others.

Also, British band Coldplay rocker Chris Martin and American trio The Chainsmokers performed for the couple in Switzerland.

Tomorrow, the wedding that is expected to be attended by a number of celebrities is set to take place at Jio World Centre in Mumbai.

Blast from a few months ago…

Mukesh Ambani’s daughter, Isha Ambani got married on Decemebr 12 to Anand Piramal, son of billionaire Ajay Piramal.

The wedding celebrations began months before the main event, starting in September 2018 with an engagement party at a lakeside Italian palace.

Grammy Award-winning singer Beyonce also performed at the wedding.

Celebrities like Bollywood actors, politicians, singers and sports personalities from across the world attended the events.