Mukesh and Nita Ambani's dance with daughter Isha Ambani is beyond adorable

The video of the business tycoon and his princess dancing on Alia Bhatt's 'Raazi' song ‘Dilbaro’ went viral.

One of the most talked about and the much-awaited day is right here! Well, today (30th june)  is the day when the most happening and grand engagement ceremony is to take place. We are talking about the one and only Mukesh Ambani and Nita Ambani’s son Akash Ambani’s engagement with the youngest daughter of diamantaire Russell Mehta, Shloka Mehta. The grand event is all set to take place at Ambani's residence, Antilia

But before this big day the couple had ceremonies like Mehendi and pre-engagement bash. And one of the most emotional moments took in the party when Mukesh and Nita Ambani danced with their daughter Isha Ambani.

There is a video of the business tycoon and his princess dancing on Alia Bhatt's 'Raazi' song ‘Dilbaro’ which was being performed live by Shankar Mahadevan and Harshdeep Kaur.

Even Nita Ambani danced with Isha on the same song


Woah #nitaambani

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Aww! aren't these moments just adorable?

For the ones who don’t know, the power couple, Akash and Shloka entered the pre-engagement venue together hand-in-hand. While the bride-to-be, Shloka, wore a pink, heavily embellished lehenga with heavy Kundan jewellery, all designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. The groom, Akash, looked every bit of royal in his bandhgala. The smile on their face was a proof that how happy they were in each other's company.

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