Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal welcome party: Mukesh, Nita, Radhika, Shloka and others step out in style.  See PICS
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Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal welcome party: Mukesh, Nita, Radhika, Shloka and others step out in style. See PICS

Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal welcome party

Isha Ambani-Anand Piramal welcome party

It looks like the entire Ambani family has gathered once again for a special welcome party for Isha Ambani and her husband Anand Piramal! Arriving at the venue in style, the Ambanis were all smiles as they posed for the cameras.

Ambanis’ arrive at Isha welcome bash

The Ambanis
The Ambanis

Mukesh and Nita Ambani twinned in blue! The business mogul opted for a dark blue kurta, while his wife looked stunned in a printed blue lehenga. As for Akash, he was seen donning a pista green traditional outfit while his wife Shloka wore a yellow ensemble.

The Ambanis poses for the cameras
The Ambanis poses for the cameras

Meanwhile, Radhika Merchant looked absolutely drop dead gorgeous in a green lehenga set paired with some exquisite jewelery and a shimmery purse.

Radhika Merchant
Radhika Merchant
Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra Uddhav Thackeray’s wife Rashmi Thackeray was also spotted at the bash!
Uddhav Thackeray39s wife Rashmi Thackeray
Uddhav Thackeray’s wife Rashmi Thackeray

Ambanis’ first welcome party

Prior to this, Mukesh and Nita Ambani had held a grand welcome party at their residence when their daughter Isha Ambani and her husband Anand Piramal arrived in Mumbai along with their newborn twins on December 24.

The Ambani’s residence was all decked up and, according to the reports, Mukesh and Nita had arranged for extravagant celebrations to welcome Isha, Anand and their grandchildren Krishna and Aadiya. The grandparents not only prepped kids’ nurseries with rotating beds and automated rooftops, they also had baby car seats exclusively designed by BMW for the newborns. Additionally, the family hosted several ceremonies and donations at their residence on December 25 in the presence of priests from temples across India to seek blessings from the almighty.