The loving daughter of India’s richest person Mukesh Ambani, Isha Ambani is all set to get married to Anand Piramal, son of the nation's top entrepreneur Ajay Piramal. Both the families are good friends for the last four decades.
Here are some vital things that we know regarding Isha Ambani's would-be hubby -
Anand holds a Bachelors Degree in Economics from the University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in Business Administration degree from Harvard Business School.
Anand is the originator of well-known firm Piramal Realty, one of the country's most trendy realty companies.
Before Piramal Realty, Anand set up Piramal Swasthya, a rustic healthcare proposal, which looks after 40,000 patients on a daily basis.
Isha’s would-be-hubby is the Executive Director of the Piramal Group, an international biz corporation.
Anand before this was the youngest President of the Indian Merchant Chamber - Youth Wing.
The two keen lovers have been long-time pals. The families of Isha and Anand also share a sturdy bond, for more than four decades.
In recent times, Anand had expressed his hgratitude towards Mukesh Ambani for pushing him to turn out to be a capitalist.
Isha Ambani, Nita and Mukesh's daughter, will get married to Anand Piramal, son of Swati and Ajay Piramal, in December 2018.
Anand proposed to his lady love over the weekend at a temple in Mahabaleshwar.
The pair celebrated the special time with a special lunch, joined by their moms and dads Nita, Mukesh, Swati and Ajay, Isha’s grandparents, Kokilaben Ambani and Purnimaben Dalal, Ishas twin brother Akash, younger brother Anant, Anand's sister Nandini, Peter, Anya, Dev and other family members.
Spiritually-inclined, well-mannered and prompt best explain Anand, stated people who knew Anand since his days at Harvard University.
"He smiles at everyone. He is unfailingly polite and has no airs. I have never heard him raise his voice, ever," stated one Piramal's staff member.
The richest man in India, Mukesh Ambani has given a great advice to Anand: "Being an entrepreneur is like playing cricket and being a consultant like watching it as a commentator," Ambani, a long-time family friend, told the young Piramal drawing parallels from his favourite sport.
“In the long run, if you want to play the game, grab the opportunity without wasting time and try to achieve all your goals by the time you are 30. Play the game, make mistakes, but pad up.”