Different responsibilities assigned to children of Ambani family, know who has how much share

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Mr journalist, digital Desk- New Delhi: Recently, a grand pre-wedding ceremony of Anant Ambani, son of well-known industrialist Mukesh Ambani took place. Many big personalities like Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, Rihanna, Ivanka Trump, former Prime Minister of Sweden Carl Bildt and former Prime Minister of Canada were present in it.

Let us tell you that all the family members of Reliance Industries Chairman and well-known industrialist Mukesh Ambani are involved in Reliance Industries. 

His mother and Dhiru Bhai Ambani's wife Kokilaben holds 1,57,41,322 Reliance shares, which is equivalent to 0.24% stake in the company.

Although Kokilaben could not be actively involved in the work of Reliance Industries, her influence and guidance have been an integral part of the family. Along with him, Mukesh Ambani's three children, Akash Ambani, Isha Ambani and Anant Ambani hold 80,52,021 shares, which represents about 0.12% stake in the company.

The children of Ambani family got this responsibility-

In 2022, Mukesh Ambani's only daughter Isha Ambani was elected as the leader of Reliance Retail, while Akash Ambani was made the chairman of Reliance Jio in June 2022. In August 2022, Anant Ambani was made the leader of the company's energy vertical.

How is the bond between the three brothers and sisters?

Recently, while talking to the media, Anant Ambani opened up about his relationship with his siblings Akash Ambani and Isha Ambani. Anant told that brother Akash Ambani is like Lord Ram for him and sister Isha Ambani is like a divine mother.

Anant Ambani told his brother as Ram and himself as Hanuman.

He said that both of them are elder to him and he is his Hanuman. He described his brother as Ram and gave the status of mother to his sister. 

Both of them always protected him. Anant Ambani further said that there is no difference of opinion or competition between the three. They are connected together through Feviquick.


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