Mukesh Ambani seems to have enjoyed the most at daughter Isha Ambani’s sangeet celebrations last night. The celebrations that took place at The Oberoi Udaivilas and Lake Palace were a huge hit last night.
Many big names from Bollywood, sports, business and politics were a part of the grand event and many Bollywood celebrities even gave starry dance performances.
But there was one dance performance that took the limelight away from all others and that is Mukesh and Nita Ambani’s romantic dance on Jab Tak Hai Jaan. Now this is something we rarely get to witness.
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Actor couple Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Abhishek Bachchan also performed on stage. While Abhishek was seen in a red kurta, Aishwarya wore a red and white lehenga.
Shah Rukh and Gauri arrived in Udaipur on Saturday evening in a private flight from Mumbai. Actor Shah Rukh Khan shook a leg with his wife Gauri Khan at the wedding sangeet party of industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s daughter, Isha, in Udaipur.
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Shah Rukh and Gauri are seen dancing together on stage with him down on his knees and her swinging around him. He is seen in a black sherwani while she is wearing a shimmery lehenga with a caped top. Another picture from the function shows Shah Rukh speaking over the mic and Gauri looking at a distance.
Actor Katrina Kaif also performed at the sangeet. The sangeet was also attended by more Bollywood stars such as Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Priyanka Chopra and more.
Karan Johar was snapped with director Ayan Mukerji. Bollywood divas Karisma Kapoor and Jacqueline Fernandez also made an appearance.
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Earlier in the day, Former First Lady of the United States Hillary Clinton also arrived in the city for Isha’s wedding. Newly-weds Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas arrived at the Udaipur Airport on Friday morning.
Security was beefed up as the high-profile guests started arriving at Udaipur’s airport, said a source at the scene, who asked not to be identified. Outside, they were awaited by luxury sedans driven by chauffers wearing white uniforms and colourful Rajasthani turbans.