Janhvi Kapoor reached Anant Ambani's 'Mameru Ceremony', how beautifully this ceremony is decorated in Antilia

Ronit Kawale
Ronit Kawale - Senior Editor
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Janhvi Kapoor reached Anant Ambani's 'Mameru Ceremony', how beautifully this ceremony is decorated in Antilia


Today, on Wednesday, July 3, Mukesh Ambani's house Antilia is once again witnessing the wedding of his son Anant. This time his Mameru ceremony has been organized in Antilia, in which guests have started arriving and very special arrangements have been made for them. On this occasion, Janhvi Kapoor was seen there with her alleged boyfriend Shikhar Pahadia.

Janhvi Kapoor arrived in an orange lehenga and Shikhar Pahadia was also seen with her. Both were seen in traditional style. Actually, all the guests who arrived here were seen in almost similar traditional clothes which looked quite appropriate according to the wedding atmosphere. Apart from these, Radhika's friends Auri, Manushi Chillar and Meezaan Jafri have also arrived here.

Mukesh Ambani's brother Anil Ambani also arrived with his family

The parents of the eldest daughter-in-law of the house, Shloka Mehta, Neeta Ambani's mother, Isha Ambani's mother-in-law Swati Piramal also attended the Mameru ceremony of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant. Apart from all these, Mukesh Ambani's brother Anil Ambani and his wife Tina Ambani were also seen here.

What happens at a Mameru ceremony?

This is a traditional Gujarati custom. In the Mameru ceremony, before the wedding, the bride's maternal uncle gives her a Paanetar sari, jewelry and white bangles and it is a tradition to celebrate this special occasion with loved ones.

Wedding on July 12, reception on July 14

Let us tell you that Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant's wedding will take place on July 12 at Jio World Convention Center in Mumbai. This wedding will be according to Hindu customs. After this, there will be an Aashirwad program on July 13 and then a grand reception will be organized on July 14.


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