Akash Ambani reveals his secret superstition about ripped jeans; Nita Ambani’s son reads riot act after successive IPL defeats for Mumbai Indians in Netflix series


Akash Ambani, the son of Mukesh and Nita Ambani, has often projected himself as a shy and introverted individual. But, Reliance Industries Limited’s billionaire heir has demolished that perception in the latest Netflix series, Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indias. Not only was Akash seen revealing his secret superstition about ripped jeans but the young Ambani also did not hesitate from reading a riot act in the aftermath of a series of defeats for Mumbai Indians.

This was after Mumbai Indians registered their first IPL win after losing three matches in the 2018 edition of the competition. The mood in the dressing room was sombre as Nita Ambani and the team officials made desperate attempts to boost the team’s morale. However, Mumbai Indians won the fourth match against Delhi Daredevils, leaving the team owners elated.

Reacting to the win after three consecutive defeats, Akash Ambani went around the dressing room shaking hands with players and officials. He could not hide his excitement as he said, “Today I believe we played like a team for the first time this season.” Shaking hands with Mumbai Indians players jubilantly in the dressing room, he added, “The DNA of Mumbai Indians is playing like one and I think the last match was an epitome of that, and that wins you a cup.”

Akash then revealed his superstition to Mumbai Indians players and support staff. He said, “I forgot my main rule that I never should wear ripped jeans to a match. Main rule.” He went on to add, “Whenever I wear ripped jeans, I always lose.”

At this point, a player asked, “Do you have your red on?” Akash replied, “I always have my red on. Red on my underwear, red everywhere.”

As Akash himself later admitted, 2018 was the worst season for Mumbai Indians. He said, “It’s the worst game of cricket we’ve played in 11 years. So there’s gonna be some serious decisions that need to be made.”

The Netflix series ‘Cricket Fever: Mumbai Indians’ brilliantly captures the raw emotions of the members of India’s richest family. Both Akash Ambani, who was not married to Shloka Mehta then, and his mother Nita Ambani could be seen actively taking part in team meetings both before and after the game. The series shows just how involved they are in the match as they do not hesitate to speak their mind when the team isn’t performing to their potential.

Previous articleSourav Ganguly’s record broken as debutant Devon Conway’s unbeaten century helps New Zealand end Day 1 at 246-3 against England at Lords
Next articleपुलवामा में आतंकियों ने BJP नेता की गोली मारकर की हत्या, दोस्त की बेटी भी घायल