Mukesh Ambani’s daughter Isha Ambani and Ajay Piramal’s son Anand Piramal got married on December 12 in a private ceremony at the Ambani residence, Antilia, in Mumbai. The Ambani family left no stone unturned to make the event the most grand and lavish to remember. The wedding ceremony saw people like US First Lady Hillary Clinton, American political staffer Huma Abedin, former President of India Pranab Mukherjee, and all the big names from Bollywood like Amitabh Bachchan and his family, Aamir Khan and Kiran Rao, Shah Rukh Khan and Gauri Khan, Kareena Kapoor, Priyanka Chopra among others, attending the event. It would be not unfair to say that the Ambani residence became the perfect place to spot wedding wear trends.
Prior to the wedding, the couple’s pre-wedding celebrations were one grand affair. Almost all of Bollywood turned up for the couple’s pre-wedding bash at The Oberoi Udaivilas in Udaipur.
With Mukesh and Nita Ambani dancing on the tunes of Jab Tak Hai Jaan, the Sangeet ceremony was a night to remember for many. Both Isha and Anand also gave a stunning performance during the event and their chemistry was just adorable.
But among all those, everyone was talking about SRK dancing with wife Gauri Khan. SRK looked good in a black sherwani paired with a black and gold scarf and black shoes, and Gauri looked gorgeous in a beige and red lehenga.
In a video that is now viral, SRK and Gauri were seen dancing on Dilliwali Girlfriend song from the movie Ye Jawani Hai Deewani.
Check out the video:
And probably it was for the first time that SRK and Gauri were seen performing on-stage.
However, despite giving such a good performance, someone changed the song to ‘Paisa Pheko Tamasha Dekho’ and trolls got into action.
In an interview to a media house, the star responded:
“I do what I feel like doing and it’s made me the person I am. I have never worked for an image. If someone does something mischievous and others are stupid enough to believe this is the asli song, God bless them.”
“You can feel bad about it, but you have to accept that social media is a virtual social reality. What I don’t get is people trying to be socially relevant by saying you shouldn’t say this or that. You have to retain your sense of humour and not take such criticism too seriously.”
He also said:
“I have a system in place. If I go to a party and there are three groups, one gossiping, a second abusing people and a third discussing films, I’ll join the third group. On social media too, I alienate myself from the gossips and gaalis, block trolls, and express myself the way I wish.”
Clearly, SRK reply is bang-on!