As Isha Ambani's Wedding Festivities Kick In, Brothers Anant And Akash Arrive On Horses

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Finally, the big day for business tycoon Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha Ambani is here. After a star-studded pre-wedding bash, Isha is all set to tie the knot with Anand Piramal on December 12.

Written By Radhika Sarkar | Mumbai | Updated On:

Finally, the big day for business tycoon Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha Ambani is here. After a star-studded pre-wedding bash, Isha is all set to tie the knot with Anand Piramal on December 12. As her wedding festivities kick in, Isha Ambani's two brothers Anant and Akash were seen arriving at the venue riding a horse. 

The two were seen clad in traditional wear and were sporting the widest of smiles. 

Have a look! 

 

 Read: Unseen Pictures: Isha Ambani Carries A 'perfect Bride' Look At Her Pre-wedding Festivities

Before her wedding, Isha Ambani's Mumbai house was oozing of all the wedding feels covered in countless marigolds and beautiful golden fairy lights, the mansion was a sight to behold. Shining in all its glory, Antilia (Mukesh Ambani's Mumbai residence) situated in South Mumbai, clearly proves that the wedding is going to get grander with every passing ceremony!

Isha, the daughter of business tycoons Mukesh and Nita Ambani, and Anand Piramal, the son of Swati and Ajay Piramal -- founder of Piramal Realty, a leading real estate firm in India. The duo's pre-wedding festivities were quite dreamy and royal an affair. From the former first lady of the United States Hillary Clinton to pop sensation Beyonce's performance, the event saw it all. 

 WATCH: Ambani Family Enacts A Heartwarming Stage Show For Bride-to-be Isha Ambani

Previously, the first glimpse of bride Isha Ambani was circulating on social media. In the picture, Ambani can be seen wearing a pink coloured lehenga, which she accessorized with embellished jewels and earrings. 

She was styled by celebrity stylist Ami Patel while her makeup and hair were done by Vardan Nayak and Pompy Hans respectively.

 

 

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