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Is Business Tycoon Mukesh Ambani's Son, Akash Ambani is set to Say, 'I Do', This December?

Tuesday - March 6, 2018 11:26 am , Category : GOSSIP CORNER


 
The smoke around the Ambani's campfire suggests that the Eldest son of the family is all set to say, 'I Do', to his childhood buddy Shloka Mehta. The duo had their schooling together in the same school and now shares the special bond of love.  If to go by the reports the elder son of Indian business tycoon Akash Ambani is set to tie the knot with Shloka Mehta in December this year. 

If we give ears to rumours, its reported that the top tycoon's son and the wealthiest man of India, Mukesh Ambani's son Akash will wed to his lady love in this year by December and the engagement is set to happen on 24th March. Shloka Mehta is the youngest darling daughter of Russel Mehta, the owner of Mehta group of Industries and is leading in the diamond jewellery business under the company name, "Rossy  Blue Diamonds". Russell Mehta, who believes trust is hard to build but even harder to maintain. They are entrepreneurs who are the real force of a local industry that's already a global major in the $160 billion beautiful jewellery. 

Though the Public Relation Manager form the Ambani's has denied the reports surfacing, however, the source closed to the family has revealed the happening to a leading daily. 

The  family friend to Ambanis said to the leading news agency, “Shloka is a very charming girl, extremely cultured and it's difficult to say which of the two families is lucky with this upcoming marriage.”

Graduate in Economics and Political Science Shloka Mehta is a co-founder of an organisation working in a sink with NGOs Connect For. - Window To News



 
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