Date: 2018-05-06 16:48:54
Seems like another wedding is approaching in the Ambani's family.
Mukesh Ambani's daughter Isha Ambani is all set to marry longtime friend Anand Piramal, son of business tycoon Ajay Piramal. Anand Piramal proposed her at a temple in Mahabaleshwar.
Both the families, Ambani's and Piramal's are in a good relationship for many decades. And now the friendship will soon turn into a pure loving relation.
Although there is no official announcement from the families but as per photos shared by Hellomagindia Instagram account, they both are looking super cute together.
Recently, Mukesh Ambani's son Akash Ambani got engaged to Shloka Mehta, daughter of Russell Mehta, a Indian business tycoon, chairman of Rosy Blue Diamonds.
Recently in some event, he thanked Mukesh Ambani for supporting him to be an entrepreneur. He shared the conversation which he had with Mukesh Ambani, he said:
I asked him, whether I should get into consulting or banking? "He told me, 'Being a consultant is like watching cricket or commentating about cricket while being an entrepreneur is like playing cricket. You can't learn how to play cricket by commentating. If you want to do something, be an entrepreneur in the long term and start now'."
Anand Piramal is a graduate from Harvard Business School. He is currently serving as the executive director of Piramal Enterprises. When we go through the Official Piramal website, we got to know that he take care of its real estate business and is actively participates in a group strategy, values and organisation development.
Anand also has founded a start-up called Piramal eSwasthya, which aspires to democratize healthcare.
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