Akash Ambani is the first son of India’s richest businessman Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani, who is the chairman of Reliance Group of Industries and take biggest shareholding power in company. Akash Ambani is also works as Strategy Chief in Reliance Jio Infocomm. He was started working after four days of his graduation when completed. Check all the details below about Akash Ambani Wiki, Age, Education, Family, Wife, Children, Net Worth, Biography & More.
Akash Ambani was born on 23rd October 1991 (Age: 30 years; As of 2021) in Mumbai, Maharashtra. His full name is Akash Mukesh Ambani. His zodiac sign is Libra. His nationality is Indian. His hometown is in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He belongs to Vaishya Gujarati Modh Bania caste.
He did his schooling from Campion School and Dhirubhai Ambani International School at Mumbai. After completed his secondary education, he went later into Brown University at Rhode Island in United States and completed his degree in Economics. After graduation completed he went back and joined his father’s business and currently works as Strategy Chief in Reliance Jio Infocomm.
Height: 5′ 10″
Weight: 56 Kg
Skin Color: Fair
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Hair Color: Black
During his teenage days, he was very unfit and fatty. But, later he worked on his body to get lean and turned himself into a beautiful personality like a gentlemen. Before his marriage he was counted on the list of the most eligible bachelors in India.
Sports: Cricket, Football
Football Club: Arsenal
Social Handles of Akash Ambani
Facts about Akash Ambani
- He was born with twin sister- Isha Ambani.
- Until the time of his secondary education, he have no idea that his father is the richest businessman of India and not about his wealth.
- His wife, Shloka Mehta was his school friend, they both studied in same school – Dhirubhai Ambani International School.
- Since 2005, he is a fan of the Arsenal Football Club.
- He is the co-owner of IPL most winning Mumbai Indians Team.
- He loves to collect sports souvenirs such as Arsenal football jerseys and Sunil Gavaskar’s bat of 1983 World Cup final.
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