Jio nahi chal raha: Photographer quips when clicking Mukesh Ambani. Video goes viral

Mukesh Ambani was not prepared for 'Jio nahi chal raha hai' at Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's Mumbai wedding reception

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s Mumbai wedding reception on December 1 saw the who’s who of Bollywood and business industries in attendance. India’s richest man, Reliance chairperson Mukesh Ambani was also among the invitees at Deepika and Ranveer’s Mumbai reception party. He attended the event with wife Nita Ambani, daughter Isha, sons Akash and Anant, Akash’s fiancee Shloka Mehta and Anant’s just friend Radhika Merchant. The entire Ambani family posed for photos at the reception party. And then…

As the Ambanis took their places in front of the lenses, a photographer cracked a joke. The paparazzo can be heard shouting, “Sir, Jio nahi chal raha!”

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Mukesh Ambani offers daughter Isha’s wedding invite at Puri Jagannath temple

Mukesh Ambani offers Isha Ambani's wedding invite at Jagannath Puri.

Mukesh Ambani offers Isha Ambani’s wedding invite at Jagannath Puri.

The Ambani family is all set for Isha Ambani’s wedding to Anand Piramal on December 12, and they are leaving no stone unturned while seeking blessings for a happy married life of their daughter.

After offering their prayers and Isha’s wedding invite at Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai and trekking to Kedarnath-Badrinath to do the same, Mukesh Ambani has now seeked blessings from the sibling deities at Jagannath, Puri.

He was in Bhubaneshwar for the Make In Odisha Conclave 2018, and headed straight to Puri from there to offer Isha’s wedding card.

Mukesh was accompanied by Puri collector JP Das, Superintendent of Police Sarthak Sarangi and his family priest Raghunath Gochhikar.

This is what Mukesh said about his visit to local media people in Puri:

“I consider myself blessed to have had a darshan of Lord Jagannath, Balabhadra and Devi Subhadra. I invited the sibling deities to my daughter’s wedding ceremony. It is part of our tradition to seek divine blessings during marriage ceremonies and other welfare works. I had earlier visited Kedarnath and Badrinath with the wedding invite.”

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