As the Hindu festival of Ganesh Chaturthi approaches, an unseen photo of Shloka Ambani dancing passionately with her mother-in-law Nita Ambani has gone viral. In the photo, seemingly taken during last year’s celebrations of Ganesh Chaturthi, Shloka is seen dancing with her would-be mother-in-law as devotees prayed before a huge idol of Lord Ganesha.
In another photo, Shloka Mehta, who had still not become the Ambanis’ daughter-in-law then, is seen attending to Kokilaben Ambani, Mukesh Ambani’s mother. The throwback photos have surfaced as the Ambanis make yet another grand plans to celebrate this year’s festival.
Mukesh Ambani and his wife Nita Ambani have left no stone unturned in making every moment of their daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta’s special ever since she married Akash Ambani in March this year. The richest family of Asia had released an extraordinary video to celebrate Shloka Mehta’s first birthday as the Ambani bahu last month. The video had become a topic of intense social media conversation after Mukesh Ambani and his sons Akash and Ananth Ambani were seen expressing their desire for Shloka to become a mother before her next birthday. Now, the Ambanis have sent invites to celebrate what will be the first Ganesh Chaturthi festival of Shloka and Akash as well as Isha Ambani and Anand Piramal.
The invites sent by Mukesh and Nita Ambani said that they the Ambanis will celebrate this year’s Ganesh Chaturthi on 2 September at their official residence at Altamount Road. It read, “Nita and Mukesh Ambani request your presence on the auspicious occasion of Ganesh Chaturthi on Monday, September 2, 2019 8.00 pm onwards at 39, Altamount Road, Mumbai.” The invite also added that the special prayers will be followed by dinner. And the dress code for the celebration is Indian festive.
The choice of the invitation card was reminiscent of their opulence during Shloka’s wedding with Akash. Rectangular in shape, the card has pastel shades of green and orange with plenty of floral effects all around. The card has Lord Ganesh’s statue right in the centre.
Preparations are in full swing at Antilia for the 2 September Ganesh Chaturthi puja with labourers working non-stop to decorate the most famous location of Mumbai ahead of the festival.