Antilia decorated like bride for Akash-Shloka's first Ganpati celebrations
Trust Ambanis to show what grandeur is, and they will never disappoint you. The recent example of their magnificence was the stunning decorations at Antilia to mark Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta's first Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations post-marriage. A video from the Ambani residence has made its way on social media wherein the multi-story building is dressed like a new bride to welcome Lord Ganesha.
Antilia's driveway was also lit with marigold flowers and lights
In the video, the Ambani residence in Mumbai looks stunning as it was decorated beautifully with lights. Besides, the driveway was also given a makeover and was lit up with marigold flowers and lights, making it a surreal view for everyone present.
Check out the mesmerizing decorations at Antilia
Akash and Anant bring Bappa home in a grand way
In another viral video, one can see the grand welcome of Lord Ganesha at Antilia. Several drums were played and flowers were being showered, as Ambani scions Akash and Anant brought Bappa home. Interestingly, Ambanis had also sent beautiful invites for Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations giving details of a grand bash at their residence. The function will reportedly begin with an aarti tonight.
Lord Ganesha arrives at Antilia amid pomp and show
Ambanis' bash is attended by Bollywood's big shots
To note, Ambanis are known to host one of the most lavish Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations in the town. The Ambani bash is attended by Bollywood's who's who every year, making heads turn with their note-worthy ethnic looks created by ace designers.
Apart from Ambanis, Bollywood celebrates Ganesh Chaturthi with enthusiasm too
Apart from Ambanis, several Bollywood celebrities also welcomed Lord Ganesha at their respective residences. Among these were Sonali Bendre, Sanjay Dutt, Salman Khan, Vivek Oberoi, Shilpa Shetty Kundra etc. In fact, Dream Girl actor Ayushmann Khurrana also shared his fondest memory of the festival recently, and revealed how he used to get off from auto rickshaws to dance in random Ganpati processions earlier.