Earlier this week Yuvraj Singh’s wife Hazel Keech grabbed media limelight after she revealed that she had to borrow a dress from Aamir Khan’s daughter Ira Khan to attend the Ambani do. But, not much attention was paid to Isha Ambani’s husband Anand Piramal, who’s now being called ‘rude’ after he was seen scurrying away from his wife Isha and parents during the Diwali party by the Ambanis.
Mukesh and Nita Ambani had hosted a Diwali bash for their IPL team, Mumbai Indians. Prominent guests attending the party included players from the IPL team, daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta and son Akash Ambani.
In one video, Isha was seen alighting out her car with her in-laws, her husband Anand came out of a different car. In the video, Anand was seen rushing towards the party venue leaving his wife Isha and parents alone.
Dressed in a maroon velvet zari blouse with a pista green brocade saree with emerald and pearl jewellery, Isha looked stunningly beautiful. Like a caring daughter-in-law, she stood back to accompany her in-laws even after her husband had long left the place.
Dressed in a red kurta and pyjama, Anand returned the greetings of the guard before entering the Jio World Centre, the venue for the Diwali bash. While Isha and her in-laws greeted the waiting paparazzi with a smile, many social media users felt that Anand appeared to be upset about something.
One fan wrote, “Isha is looking god damn pretty?? i love her… Anand behaved very rudely running away from Isha as well as media. Or else they would have been clicked together like Akash & Shloka.” “My favourite Ambani is Ishaa.. But what happened to her husband..he just walk away leaving Ishaa behind!! Not a good gesture!” commented another user. One user wrote, “Isha’s husband is so rude.”
Another highlight of the Diwali event hosted by the Ambanis was Shloka Mehta’s humility as many applauded her for choosing to share her car with Indian cricketer Rohit Sharma.
Isha and Anand got married in December last year. Her in-laws had gifted a Rs 450 crore sea-facing bungalow in Worli as a wedding gift.