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Nita Ambani’s daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta breaks no makeup rule to steal thunder with lustrous look

Fashion designers duo Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla recently organised a special fashion show to mark 33 years in the fashion business. What made their event extra special was the presence of the four prominent ladies associated with India’s richest couple Mukesh and Nita Ambani. They included Nita and Mukesh Ambani’s daughter Isha Ambani, daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta, to be bahu Radhika Merchant and niece Isheta Salgaokar. However, the lady who stole the thunder was Shloka Mehta.

Nita Ambani’s daughter-in-law Shloka Mehta breaks no makeup rule to steal thunder with lustrous look

Shloka, who earned plaudits from her fans on the internet for often turning up at big events with little makeup, left everyone awestruck with her lustrous look. Attired in an embellished white and cream Anarkali suit, Shloka wore a cream coloured dupatta with matching embroidery all over. She completed her glamour quotient by kohl-clad eyes, pink lipstick, slightly curled hair and a pair of diamond earrings.

It was clear that Shloka had spent plenty of time and applied considerable thought to nail her look. The response from people on the internet shows that her fans love her new look.

Shloka’s sister-in-law Isha had chosen a black saree for the event. She teamed her black saree with a silver tassled blouse, opted for subtle dewy makeup and paired it with middle-parted straightened hair.


Radhika, who’s believed to be dating Anant Ambani, too wore a white suit with her kurta being paired with a matching colour palazzo bottom and earrings.

This was the first time the Ambani women had made a public appearance together at any event. Isheta Salgaocar is the daughter of Mukesh Ambani’s sister, who’s married into the famous industrialist family, the Salgaocars of Goa.

The Ambanis had recently hosted a grand Ganesh Chaturthi event at their house at Antilia with the who’s who of Bollywood, sports and politics attending the festival.



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