Brother of Akash Ambani
Anant Ambani (younger)
Father of Akash Ambani
Mukesh Ambani (Chairman and Founder at Reliance Industries Limited)
Mother of Akash Ambani
Nita Ambani (Chairperson and Founder at Reliance Foundation)
Sisters of Akash Ambani
Isha Ambani (twin sister)
Wife/Spouse of Akash Ambani
Affairs/Girlfriends of Akash Ambani
Shloka Mehta (Businesswoman)
Favourite Food of Akash Ambani
Favourite Football Club of Akash Ambani
Favourite Sport(s) of Akash Ambani
Information about Akash Ambani
During his initial school days, he had no idea that he belonged to India's richest family and he first understood who they really were in the 11th standard, while he was writing an essay on Reliance for a business and management course.
He loves collecting sports souvenirs and owns a couple of rare Arsenal jerseys and Sunil Gavaskar's bat from the 1983 World Cup Final.
In March 2018, his engagement with his schoolmate Shloka Mehta, the youngest daughter of diamantaire Russell Mehta, made headlines. They got engaged at a plush five-star resort in Goa on 24 March 2018.
Like his younger brother Anant Ambani, Akash has also gone through obesity. However, after following a strict fitness regime, he has overcome that.
He is an avid Cricketer and remains closely involved with the family-owned IPL franchise- Mumbai Indians.
Akash interned with his father at their family business.
In 2014, he was inducted to the boards of directors of Reliance Retail and Jio
In December 2015, he led the launch of Jio's 4G services in India along with his sister Isha Ambani.
He was born to India's richest family- Ambani Family in Mumbai.
He fell for the Arsenal Football Club during the 2005 FA Cup Final between Arsenal and Manchester United at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, where Arsenal's captain Patrick Vieira scored the final penalty in the shootout
Does Akash Ambani smoke?: Not Known
Does Akash Ambani drink alcohol?: Not Known
According to Akash, his first exposure to work was given by his mother with the Mumbai Indians
He started working four days later of his graduation. It was a 60-person start-up team, which later gave birth to Jio.