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The Ambanis are reportedly throwing another lavish prewedding party, this time on a cruise ship

Jyoti Mann   

The Ambanis are reportedly throwing another lavish prewedding party, this time on a cruise ship
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  • Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant had a weekendlong prewedding party in March.
  • The couple continue their festivities next week with a luxury cruise, the Deccan Chronicle reported.

The Ambanis are continuing their glitzy prewedding celebrations with another set of festivities.

Anant Ambani, the son of India's richest person, Mukesh Ambani, and his fiancée, Radhika Merchant, threw a weekendlong affair in March to commemorate their upcoming wedding.

They are now said to be embarking on a luxury cruise next week, which is scheduled to set sail from Italy to the south of France with about 800 guests and 600 staff, according to the Deccan Chronicle.

Bollywood stars including Shah Rukh Khan, Ranbir Kapoor, and Alia Bhatt are expected to join them on the cruise, the report said.

The couple held lavish star-studded parties in March as part of the festivities, with Rihanna performing. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, the Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates, and Ivanka Trump also came out for the events.

Zuckerberg and Chan wore Alexander McQueen ensembles that cost $22,000 in total.

The couple also hosted a communal dinner for thousands of local residents in Gujarat before the weekend parties, The Hindu reported. The wedding is said to be taking place in July, though the venue remains unclear.

Mukesh Ambani is the chair of the Fortune 500 company Reliance Industries and worth an estimated $114 billion, per the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. He's in 12th place overall and $5 billion ahead of the next Indian on the list, Gautam Adani.

Representatives for the Ambanis at Reliance Industries did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.




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