Isha Ambani wears mother Nita's 35-year-old wedding saree for her marriage ceremony
Isha Ambani and her husband Anand Piramal tied the knot at Mukesh Ambani's residence Antilia on 12 December.
The scions of Ambani and Piramal families, Isha and Anand got married in Mumbai on 12 and 13 December. As a mark of respect to her mother, Isha wore Nita Ambani's 35 year old wedding saree as her dupatta with her wedding lehenga. Her outfit was accessorised with white bangles, a maang tika and a multi-layered necklace.
According to India Today, Isha wore a 16 panelled ghaghra in two shades by designer duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. Each panel was embroidered with Mughal era-inpired jaalis and floral motifs alternated with the finest zardozi , vasli , mukaish and nakshi work.
The couple tied the knot at Mukesh Ambani's residence Antilia, which was decorated with lights and flowers. The pre-wedding festivities were held in Udaipur, with names such as popstar Beyoncé, US diplomat Hillary Clinton, CEO of British Petroleum Bob Dudley; Chairman and CEO of JP Morgan in Asia Pacific, Nicolas Aguzin, and Ericsson CEO Borje Ekholm in attendance.
Many celebrities were spotted at the wedding venue on 12 December, including the Bachchans, newlyweds Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Sonam Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit, Vidya Balan and Shahid Kapoor with wife Mira Kapoor, and many others.
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