Amit Trivedi sings ‘Namo Namo’ as Anant Ambani and Mukesh Ambani perform rituals at their ‘Shiv puja’ |

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The Ambani family, renowned for their grand celebrations, recently hosted an elaborate Shiv Shakti puja and mehndi ceremony ahead of Anant’s wedding with Radhika Merchant. The festivities, held at their iconic residence Antilia, were marked by traditional rituals, musical performances, and heartfelt interactions with well-wishers and paparazzi.
One of the highlights of the evening was a live performance by acclaimed music composer and singer Amit Trivedi.He sang his popular track ‘Namo Namo’ from the movie ‘Kedarnath’. The performance, which took place during the Shiv Shakti puja, created a serene and spiritual ambiance.
A video shared on Instagram captured Amit and his band performing on stage while Anant and Mukesh Ambani performed the puja. Anant was dressed in a traditional blue kurta, while Mukesh Ambani wore a pristine white outfit, adding to the occasion’s solemnity.

As aforesaid, in addition to the Shiv Shakti puja, the Ambani family hosted a mehndi ceremony for the soon-to-be-married couple. A video from the event showed Anant and Radhika posing with a priest. Radhika looked stunning in a multi-colored lehenga, exuding elegance and joy.
Earlier in the day, Nita Ambani, the matriarch of the Ambani family, made headlines with her warm interaction with the paparazzi. Nita dressed in a royal blue saree, stepped out to greet the photographers outside Antilia. In a heartfelt gesture, she thanked them for their consistent presence and support. “Itne dino se aap log aa rahe hai. It’s Shiv Shakti puja today. I’m going to send prasad for all of you,” she said, expressing her gratitude and ensuring that the paps felt included in the celebrations.
The highly anticipated wedding ceremonies for Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant will commence on July 12 at the Jio World Centre in BKC. The festivities will begin with the Shubh Vivah, or the wedding ceremony, where guests are encouraged to wear traditional Indian attire. The celebrations will continue on July 13 with the Shubh Aashirwad, where the dress code shifts to Indian formal wear. The grand finale, the Mangal Utsav or wedding reception, will take place on July 14, with attendees expected to don Indian chic outfits.

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