Pictures Inside: Newly-Married Akash Ambani And Shloka Mehta & Isha’s First Diwali Together
It’s been almost a year since Isha Ambani married her longtime love Anand Piramal in the century’s grandest wedding ceremonies. She had her engagement in Italy, an opulent Sangeet ceremony in Udaipur where Beyonce was the showstopper and all Bollywood stars danced for her, and a grand wedding at Antilla, her humble abode.
Diwali is one of the favourite festivals of all times, everyone celebrates it with joy. And when it comes to celebration, Ambani’s are the king. So have a look at the decked up Ambani pictures. The special thing about this Diwali is that there are two new married couples in the family of Ambanis: Akash and Shloka & Isha and Anand. Now have a look at the pictures:
In a post-marriage interview with Vogue Isha Ambani had once revealed how she and Anand are two different souls as a couple and said, “He hates attending events, I enjoy them. I really enjoyed our wedding, but it was not exactly his idea of fun (laughs). He’s more spiritual than I am. But we are also very similar. We are both very family-oriented, and we both love food. I remember in one of the speeches that my father gave at my wedding, he listed ten reasons why he liked Anand. It was hilarious, and dad concluded by saying that these are probably the same ten things that he would also use to describe himself. And it’s true; in many ways, Anand reminds me of my father.”
Speaking about her big fat Gujju wedding Isha Ambani had revealed, “The wedding went off beautifully. Like any other bride, I had my share of bridal jitters but getting married at home made it very special and I had the time of my life celebrating my most memorable moments with all the people I love.” Revealing the reason why had cried on her wedding, Isha had continued, “I was never someone who dreamt of how my wedding would be, yet it was wonderful in more ways than I can imagine. It was a very emotional affair for everyone in my family. I was emotional too but everyone around me would cry all the time. I only cried at my bidaai because I felt some peer pressure as everyone else was crying, especially my parents.”