Shloka Mehta, Radhika Merchant, Isha Ambani get competition from ‘luminous’ Nita Ambani as gota patti lehenga choli sets internet on fire


If you thought Shloka Mehta, Radhika Merchant and Isha Ambani were the show stoppers in the recent events hosted by Mukesh and Nita Ambani, then think again. India’s richest woman and chairperson of Reliance Foundation appears to have thrown a challenge to the three glamourous ladies of her own family. Her latest viral outfits have left social media users awestruck with many applauding her for her impeccable fashion sense even at the age of 56. The outfit, in particular, evoking positive reviews is a red lehenga with a royal blue and pink-bordered choli and dupatta.

Shloka Mehta

Her trending outfit has the traditional craft of gota patti all over enhancing its beauty manifold. While posing for the camera. Nita Ambani made sure that the work on her outfit was displayed to its fullest glory. The photos were first shared by celebrity make-up artist Mickey Contractor. While posting the latest photos of Nita Ambani, Contractor rightly captioned it “Luminous!”

View this post on Instagram

Luminous ?

A post shared by Mickey Contractor (@mickeycontractor) on

As expected, fans reacted with awe as one wrote, “Nita Ambani looks so elegant and graceful.” Singer Altamash Faridi commented, “The blue looks so royal on Nita Ambani.” Dixit Patel wrote, “Stunning and amazing these are the only two words to describe Nita Ambani.” Mikhail Vaswani commented, “This is such a perfect look with the jewellery, hair and make up all in sync.”

Gota patti or gota work is a type of Indian embroidery, believed to have originated in Rajasthan. It uses the applique technique with small pieces of zari ribbon applied onto the fabric and the edges sewn down to create elaborate patterns. Gota embroidery is used extensively in South Asian weddings and formal clothes.

With the chief woman of the Ambani house making a fashion statement so elegantly, it remains to be seen what Shloka, Radhika and Isha would have up their sleeve next.