Ameesha Patel and Kuunal Goomer recently caught up with Sourav Ganguly at the star-studded bash hosted by Mukesh Ambani
Almost two weeks ago, Sachin Tendulkar scored his much-awaited hundredth century. Over the past weekend, industrialist and owner of the IPL team Mumbai Indians, Mukesh Ambani threw a bash to celebrate this feat.
The star-studded party was held at his residential building, Antilia, with the bigwigs of both Bollywood and Indian cricket attending the event.
Actress Ameesha Patel and Kuunal Goomer were invited too as they've known the Ambani family for a while now and were very excited to be a part of this occasion where Sachin Tendulkar was felicitated.
Hrithik Roshan and Ameesha Patel
Says a source, "Ameesha feels that the Ambanis have always been great hosts. Ameesha has visited the Ambani mansion before and feels it's nothing less than a privilege.
In fact, she also complements the Ambani family on the way they respect and treat each and every guest at their parties. They just make the guest feel so special."
Kuunal Goomer with Sourav Ganguly
But what turned out to be the highlight of the night for Kuunal and Ameesha was meeting India's ex-captain Sourav Ganguly.
Kuunal has been a huge fan of his since years and has always admired his way of life and the fact that he's been such a fighter during tough times.
Interestingly, three years back, Kuunal used to give Sourav Ganguly's fighting spirit as an example to Ameesha when she was going through the difficulties and today she is back where she belongs.
When Sourav met Ameesha and Kuunal, he immediately asked them how their production company was progressing and also that he keeps reading about them.
He also said that he's well aware and excited about the developments and that was very warm and touching for Ameesha and Kuunal.
"Ameesha and I have always been very keen to involve ourselves in cricket. In fact, we had even met Rajiv Shukla, Chairman of IPL and shown our keen interest to have a stake in one of the teams, but I guess things didn't work out this year due to some reasons, but hopefully by next year that we will be part of this great sport that entertains one and all in the country," ends Kuunal Goomer.