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    Mukesh Ambani visits Lalbaugcha Raja; Anant, Akash-Shloka, Bachchans accompany

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    The Ambanis and Bachchans were dressed in their festive best.

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    The Ambanis and Bachchans offer prayers at Lalbaugcha Raja.
    NEW DELHI: Mumbai's Lalbaugcha Raja got a special visit from Reliance Industries Chairman Mukesh Ambani, dressed in a white kurta and navy blue Nehru jacket.

    The official account of Lalbaugcha Raja Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal took to Twitter to share a series of images from the Lord Ganesha's darshan.


    The business tycoon ws accompanied by his sons Anant and Akash and daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta. The Ambanis were dressed in festive colours. While Akash opted for a silk, turquoise kurta, his wife Shloka was twinning with brother-in-law Anant in shades of yellow and orange.


    Megastar Amitabh Bachchan was also spotted with his son Abhishek at the pandal. Big B looked sharp in a white kurta and orange jacket, and Bachchan Jr kept it simple in a white kurta with coral Nehru jacket.

    Nita Ambani stuns in red; Mukesh, Isha, Anant in hues of pink as they celebrate Ganesh Chat...

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    Welcoming 'Bappa' Home

    The Ambanis are known to be sticklers for tradition and rituals. Whether it's visiting temples across the country to offer the wedding invitations of their children, or celebrating all festivals with much fervour. Ganesh Chaturthi, too, is marked with much pomp and show every year at the Ambani household. The Altamount road residence of India's richest man, Mukesh Ambani, is decked-up as the family kicks-off the festival with a lavish bash.

    This year saw new additions to the Ambani clan, as Isha and Akash were joined by their spouses - Anand and Shloka, respectively - and their in-laws. Nita Ambani, dressed in a red outfit, offered prayers to the Ganesha idol at their home as the puja began.


    The first look of Lalbaugcha Raja, one of the most prominent Ganpati pandals in Mumbai, was unveiled last week. The huge idol is crafted in a traditional manner and has been installed in a beautiful pandal decorated on the theme of ISRO's ambitious Chandrayaan-2 spacecraft which was launched in July.

    Hordes of devotees throng the pandal during the ten-day-long festivities to pay obeisance to their beloved 'Bappa'.

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    5 Comments on this Story

    Kavassery Krishnan411 days ago
    Mukesh AMBANI HAS more wealth than LALBAGH KA RAJA AND THERE NOTHING WITH RAJA TO GIVE MUKESH. Likewise BIG B. Is more famous around the world for RAJA do bestow anything on BIG B
    Madhu Cwm413 days ago
    people feel that Akash should have gone for vimal synthetic silk .real silk involves violence/killing
    Savitha KL413 days ago
    is this man a celebrity?
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