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Mukesh Ambani’s son Akash Ambani going to marry soon to daughter of diamantaire Russel Mehta

Mukesh Ambani’s son, Akash Ambani is likely to marry Shloka Mehta,  the youngest daughter of diamantaire Russel Mehta. Engagement is probably to take place this summer and marriage will be planned to year end.

As per the reliance source, Akash Ambani is to be married soon this year. Mr Russel Mehta is the owner of Rosy Blue Diamonds, which is known to be the world’s leading diamond firms and have friendly relationships with the Ambanis. However, both the families have denied commenting regarding the wedding topic, if sources are to be believed the engagement will be announced very soon.

Akash Ambani is the eldest son of Mukesh Ambani and both the families know each other very well. Shloka Mehta is the youngest daughter of Russell and Mona Mehta. Mona is known to be a relative of well-known diamond jeweller Nirav Modi. In fact, Shloka Mehta and Akash Ambani studied together at Dhirubhai Ambani International School.

After the completion of her schooling in 2009, Shloka went Princeton University to study Anthropology. After that, she completed her masters in Law at The London School of Economics and Political Science. Since July, she is a director of Rosy Blue Foundation and also the co-founder of ConnectFor, which matches volunteers with NGOs that require them.

However remainders, as well as emails, send to the spokesperson of Ambani family remained unanswered, a source alleges that ‘no dates are finalized either for engagement or wedding yet.’

The prior year a photo as well a video of the wedding card of Mukesh Ambani’s son was circulated. Along with it, the cost of the wedding card was also estimated. The price of the wedding card is known to be the most expensive invitation card and was about 1.5 lakhs. After that, the real truth behind his news was circulated that is totally fake.

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