Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant’s Wedding: A Star-Studded Affair

The Ambani family is in the midst of grand celebrations for the upcoming wedding of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant. With just a few days left for the final ceremony, the pre-wedding rituals have been drawing a star-studded crowd.

The Haldi ceremony, held on Monday, was no exception. The event was a colorful spectacle with celebrities like Salman Khan, Ranveer Singh, and Udit Narayan gracing the occasion. Visuals from the ceremony showed Bollywood stars and prominent personalities dressed in vibrant yellow and red attire, enjoying the traditional rituals. Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani was seen posing for pictures with his son Akash Ambani, adding a personal touch to the celebrations.

Bollywood superstar Salman Khan was spotted arriving at the Haldi function wearing a bright yellow kurta, his presence adding further glamour to the event. Singer Udit Narayan, also a guest at the function, arrived with his wife, both dressed in traditional attire.

The day before the Haldi, Anant and Radhika took part in a Grah Shanti Puja ceremony. Singer Nikita Waghela shared glimpses of this solemn occasion on Instagram, capturing the serene moments of the puja.

The wedding festivities have been filled with vibrant traditions and captivating moments. Prior to the Haldi ceremony, Mukesh and Nita Ambani organized a mass wedding for underprivileged couples, demonstrating their commitment to societal welfare. On July 3rd, a spectacular Mameru ceremony was held, a Gujarati tradition where the bride’s maternal uncle visits her with gifts and sweets.

The main wedding ceremony, Shubh Vivah, is scheduled for Friday, July 12th, and guests are encouraged to dress in traditional Indian attire to embrace the spirit of the occasion. The celebrations will continue on Saturday, July 13th, with Shubh Aashirwad, and will conclude with the Mangal Utsav, or wedding reception, on Sunday, July 14th.

The Ambani-Merchant wedding promises to be a spectacular event, blending traditional Indian customs with a touch of modern grandeur, making it a celebration to remember.

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