Nita Ambani walks ramp for social cause

Nita Ambani, wife of Mukesh Ambani, chairman of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), honed the Pidilite-Cancer Patients Aid Association (CPAA) charity fashion show titled ‘Pidilite – caring with style’ showcasing designs by India’s leading designers Shaina NC and Manish Malhotra, where this first lady of corporate India took to the ramp in full galore to support the noble cause.

Held at InterContinental The Lalit, Mumbai, Nita Ambani was joined by a large Bollywood brigade and socialites alike including the likes of CPAA brand ambassador Vivek Oberoi, Kajol, Riya Sen, Farah Ali Khan, Tisca Chopra, Madhoo Shah, Shama Sikander, Divya Dutta, Vidya Malavade, and Sheetal Mafatlal. These leading ladies took to the ramp and sported the designs made by the Manish Malhotra and Shania NC as the crowd them on. Nita Ambani’s younger sister, Mamtha Dalal, was also present at the event and took to the stage along with her sister in support of the cause. Having stayed away from the limelight, it was refreshing to catch both Nita and her sister Mamtha take centre stage at the charity show. Also present at the event were Praful Patel, actors Nikhil Chaturvedi, Mitali Kakkar, Shweta Kawatra and Manav Gohil, Zeba Kohli, Lillete and Ira Dubey, Neelam and Ronit Roy, Schauna Chauhan and Bikram Saluja, Sammir Dattani; Darshan Hiranandani, and Chhaya Mohmaya.

Nita Ambani has donned the philanthropic hat for many years and her support to social welfare causes has been paramount in making the needful difference. Forever at the helm in support of social and community welfare programs, Nita Ambani’s contributions towards the same have garnered for her many accolades and recognition. Her most notable work is reflected in her dedicated work towards the upliftment of underprivileged children and youth empowerment through provision of education opportunities to all. A proactive social activist and educationist alike, Nita Ambani understands the need for all rounded education for every child and values the institution most dearly.


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