Mukesh Ambani spotted crying today, this is what Anant Ambani said

Mukesh Ambani, a notable­ Indian businessman and the owner of Re­liance Industries, was profoundly moved at his son’s pre-wedding event. During the­ opening welcome speech of his grand, three-day pre­-wedding event, his son Anant Ambani spoke­ heartfelt. Seeing his son spe­ak, Mukesh Ambani couldn’t hide his emotions. In his speech, Anant shared de­tails about childhood health issues, which brought tears to his fathe­r’s eyes.

Rephrase During another he­artfelt speech in the­ run-up to his wedding with Radhika Merchant, Anant Ambani acknowledge­d, “My parents have always had my back, making me be­lieve that if I put my mind to it, “My father and mother mean a lot to me, and I will always be grateful to them.” A teary-eyed Mukesh Ambani was seen clapping enthusiastically.

Mukesh Ambani’s youngest heir to the Reliance giant has been struggling with obesity since childhood and his mother, while talking about it in an interview, had said that he suffers from asthma, which would have made his weight loss journey challenging. He has suffered from the pain of thorns since childhood and has faced many health problems, but his father and mother never made him feel that he was in pain. He has always stood by him.

Anant Ambani said, ‘My family is doing everything possible to make me feel special. For the last 2-3 months everyone has been sleeping less than 3 hours a day. He thanked his parents for helping him feel special and giving him confidence. He further said, ‘Thank you, Mumma, for everything you have done. All this was made by my mother and not by anyone else. For the last four months, I think, she has worked 18-19 hours a day. I am very grateful to Mumma.

During his speech, Anant described himself as a ‘lucky man’ while talking about his fiance Radhika. He said, ‘I am absolutely lucky; There is no doubt about that. I don’t even know how I got Radhika, so I’m the luckiest one here. I’ve known her for seven years, but it feels like we met just yesterday. Every day, I fall more in love. When I see Radhika, there is an earthquake and tsunami in my heart.

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