On March 31, the grand opening of the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre (NMACC) took place in Mumbai. The center is situated within the Jio Global Centre in the Bandra-Kurla Complex. It is Nita Ambani’s dream project, which aims to preserve and promote Indian arts. Various prominent celebrities and businessmen, including the Ambani family members, attended the event.
Star-Studded Grand Opening of Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre: A Celebration of Indian Arts
Mukesh Ambani, the chairman of Reliance Industries, and his daughter Isha Ambani were the first ones to arrive at the event. Isha Ambani heads Reliance Retail Ventures. Isha Ambani wore a regal ivory and gold desi ensemble, paired with exquisite jewelry. Meanwhile, her father opted for a classic black suit.
Anant Ambani, Nita and Mukesh Ambani’s younger son, also arrived at the venue with his fiancee Radhika Merchant. The duo was seen wearing ethnic attire, with Radhika donning a black saree and Anant sporting a regal bandhgala ensemble with bejeweled detailing.
Akash Ambani and his wife Shloka were also present at the grand opening. Shloka wore a shimmering, vintage ancestral saree, and Akash sported a bottle green kurta outfit with an embroidered jacket. Anand Piramal, a prominent businessman and Isha Ambani’s husband, was also seen posing with Akash Ambani at the event. They were all dressed in regal ethnic attire. Anand Piramal’s father Ajay Piramal was also in attendance.
Several other famous personalities attended the grand opening of the NMACC. The attendees included Alia Bhatt, Sonam Kapoor, Aamir Khan, Rajinikanth, Salman Khan, Priyanka Chopra, Nick Jonas, Sachin Tendulkar, Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone, and Anupam Kher. As for the center itself, Nita Ambani’s dream project, it aims to promote and preserve Indian arts.
The performers presented a musical titled “Civilization to Nation: The Journey of Our Nation,” directed by Feroz Abbas Khan, at the grand opening. The event was a star-studded affair, with several prominent personalities attending. The center’s mission to promote and preserve Indian arts is a noble one. It will be exciting to see how it evolves in the future.