Father-to-be Ranveer Singh dances happily as he arrives in Jamnagar with Deepika Padukone – WATCH


New Delhi: Expectant parents Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone arrived in Jamnagar for the three-day pre-wedding celebrations of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant. The Bollywood power couple, who announced their imminent paternity that same day, showed off their couple style by twinning in white suits. The power couple was enthusiastically received by the media that awaited them. Feeling the energy, father-to-be Ranveer Singh couldn't resist and had some fun. Shortly after, the couple headed towards the location.

Anant Ambani, the youngest son of Reliance chairman Mukesh Ambani, will marry Radhika Merchant, the daughter of industrialist Viren Merchant, later this year. The pre-wedding festivities have attracted a star-studded guest list, including pop sensation Rihanna, superstar Shah Rukh Khan, Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg and American singer-songwriter J Brown, along with multi-instrumentalist Adam Blackstone.

The Ambani family, following the spirit of tradition and seeking blessings, organized 'anna seva' on Wednesday. Attendees, after partaking of the meal, enjoyed traditional folk music, with renowned Gujarati singer Kirtidan Gadhvi stealing the show.

In Jogwad village near Reliance township in Jamnagar, Mukesh Ambani, Anant Ambani and other family members, including Radhika Merchant, participated in 'anna seva', serving traditional Gujarati food to the villagers. The 'anna seva' tradition, a practice of the Ambani family, has historical roots and Anant Ambani, in continuation of this legacy, has started his pre-wedding functions with this auspicious ritual.

The pre-wedding festivities are expected to be a blend of tradition and grandeur, giving guests an immersive experience in Indian culture. Attendees will receive traditional scarves made by artisans from Kachchh and Lalpur in Gujarat.

The list of distinguished guests for the occasion includes former Prime Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt, former Prime Minister of Canada Stephen Harper, Google Chairman Donald Harrison, former Bolivian President Jorge Quiroga, former Prime Minister of Australia, Kevin Rudd, and the President of the World Assembly. Klaus Schwab Economic Forum. Notable figures from the business world, including ADNOC CEO and CEO Dr Sultan Al Jaber, bp CEO Murray Auchincloss, Colony Capital Chairman and Founder Thomas Barrack and CEO of JC2 Ventures, John Chambers, grace the celebrations in Jamnagar.