#RichLikeAmbani: When Salman Khan became a background dancer
Unless you are totally oblivious to social media (in that case, congratulations), you must be knowing Mukesh Ambani's princess Isha is getting married. Isha Ambani will be tying the knot in Mumbai with Anand Piramal. But before their wedding, Rajasthan's Udaipur has become a Bollywood musical with celebrities giving splendid performances. Among all the performances, Salman Khan's took ours and netizens' attention.
Putting the grand in grandeur
First, let's give you an idea about how grand the event was. Star-couple Aishwarya Rai and Abhishek Bachchan recreated Tere Bina from Guru, Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan shook a leg on Let's Nacho from Kapoor and Sons, Nita Ambani danced with husband Mukesh, and sons Anant and Akash. To top it all, Queen Bey (Beyonce) stunned the attendees with her act.
Beyonce, the moves, and the applauds
When was the last time you saw them dancing together?
While Anant shook a leg, Salman danced in background
But nothing testifies the opulence of the event like this fact: Salman Khan turned a background dancer. The superstar who leads dozens in his movies' songs went to the second row when Ambani scion Anant performed. Anant was grooving to the song Koi Mil Gaya from Kuch Kuch Hota Hai with Salman in the background. You will see this only during an Ambani celebration.
This video will always be remembered
A lot happened at the sangeet ceremony
The sangeet ceremony saw other firsts too. One of them was the families' dancing on Gujju from Kal Ho Naa Ho. SRK made the family members do Shava Shava and Mukesh and Nita Ambani got romantic while performing on Jab Tak Hai Jaan title track. And also, Hillary Clinton, former first lady of US and Democratic Presidential Candidate was present. Need we say more?
Mukesh Ambani matches the energy of SRK
When you have money everything is possible
Not that we needed any proof about how rich the Ambanis are (Mukesh Ambani's net worth can fund the Indian government for 20 days), but this wedding has just redefined over the top. Move over all queens and kings, Ambanis are India's royals!