Nita-Mukesh Ambani Seek Blessings From Lalbaugacha Raja! Billionaire Couple Joined By Their Family-WATCH

A series of pictures and videos of Nita-Mukesh Ambani’s visit to the prestigious and iconic Ganesh Pandal has stirred up a storm on social media

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Nita-Mukesh Ambani Seek Blessings From Lalbaugacha Raja! Billionaire Couple Joined By Their Family-WATCH
The Ambani clan have been enjoying the Ganeshutsov to its fullest and they even welcomed Bappa at home and the celebration was just surreal. However, after bidding adieu to their beloved Lord Ganesha, the Ambani family was spotted seeking blessings from the iconic Lalbaugcha Raja. 

A series of pictures and videos of Nita-Mukesh Ambani’s visit to the prestigious and iconic Ganesh Pandal has stirred up a storm on social media. Apart from the heads of the family, their children were also seen tagging along with them. ALSO READ | Lalbaugcha Raja 2023 LIVE Streaming: When And Where To Watch The Most Famous And Revered Ganesh In Mumbai Online-DETAILS INSIDE

For the visit, Nita Ambani opted for a pink salwar suit that featured thread embroidery all over it. She styled her look with a statement necklace, matching earrings, kadas and dewy makeup. 

Mukesh Ambani, on the other hand, donned a white kurta-pyjama, which he teamed with a Nehru jacket.


The couple was accompanied by their sons, Akash and Anant and their loving bahus, Shloka and Radhika. The eldest bahu opted for a green-coloured silk kurta that featured zari embroidery and shell work. She teamed it with a bandhani-printed dupatta, stud earrings and a ponytail. 

Radhika, the soon-to-be-bahu of the Ambani clan, looked stunning in an ethnic ensemble. Meanwhile, the Ambani sons looked handsome in their respective outfits. ALSO READ | Nitin Desai LAST Creation: Check Out Lalbaugcha Raja 2023 Pandal Created By The Late Art Director; FIRST Glimpse Revealed

Lalbaugcha Raja holds a special place in the hearts of Mumbaikars and it has become an integral part of the city's cultural and religious landscape. Lalbaug Sarvajanik Ganeshotsav Mandal has become an iconic symbol of the Ganesh Chaturthi festival in Mumbai. 

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