Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

Updated: Apr 28, 2019, 07:58 | Sunny Rodricks
  • Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

    Mukesh and Nita Ambani's youngest son Anant Ambani was spotted outside a popular eatery in Bandra. Anant was seen leaving the restaurant post a relishing lunch at a popular restaurant in the quaint suburbs of Bandra, Mumbai.

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  • Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

    The young scion of the Ambani Family, Anant Ambani was seen donning a blue shirt and dark blue jeans and completed his look with a pair of white sneakers as he looked his casual best in the hot and humid weather of Mumbai.

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  • Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

    In pic: Anant Ambani is seen leaving the restaurant post a fine-dine experience at the popular Bandra eatery.

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  • Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

    Recently, Anant Ambani was spotted with Radhika Merchant, daughter of Viren Merchant, CEO and Vice Chairman of Encore Healthcare, as the duo were seen attending a store launch in Bandra.

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  • Celeb spotting: Anant Ambani spotted at a restaurant in Bandra

    Later in the day, Anant Ambani was seen attending PM Narendra Modi's Mumbai rally at MMRDA grounds in BKC. He was spotted seated in the front row at the rally amidst Modi supporters. He told a Marathi news channel that he was there to "listen to Modi and support the nation."

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Anant Ambani, youngest son of Mukesh and Nita Ambani was spotted outside a popular eatery in Bandra. Later, in the day, the youngest scion of the Ambani family was spotted at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rally at BKC in Mumbai. (All Pictures Courtesy/Yogen Shah)

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