Life story of Mukesh Ambani’s wife before marriage Neeta Dalal Ambani’s father used to work in this billionaire’s firm
Nita Ambani, who is the wife of Mukesh Ambani and a billionaire, came from humble beginnings before her marriage, growing up in a small, middle-class family.
Mukesh Ambani’s wife and businesswoman Nita Ambani, whose family’s net worth is now in billions, belonged to a very simple family before marrying Dhirubhai Ambani’s son in 1985, at the age of just 22.
Nita Ambani is now a successful businesswoman and socialite who has several ventures under her name, the most recent being the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Center (NMACC). However, she belonged to a very simple, middle-class Gujarati family before her marriage with Mukesh Ambani.
Here’s all you need to know about Nita Ambani, who was given the name Nita Dalal before taking her husband’s name after marriage.
Middle class life of Nita Dalal Ambani before marriage:
Nita Dalal married Mukesh Ambani at the young age of 22, but before embracing her new lavish lifestyle, the billionaire’s wife had a simple upbringing and life. She belonged to a middle-class Gujarati family, which consisted of her parents and her sister.
Nita Ambani is a trained Bharatanatyam dancer, who started learning the art at the young age of 6. He trained for years and started his career as a professional dancer. She was a school teacher when she met Mukesh Ambani and continued teaching for many years after their marriage in 1985.
Neeta Dalal is the daughter of Ravindrabhai Dalal and Poornima Dalal and sister of Mamta Dalal, who is also a school teacher. The family followed a middle-class lifestyle. Dalal-Ambani’s father, Ravindrabhai Dalal, was a senior executive in the Aditya Birla Group, headed by billionaire Kumar Mangalam Birla.
Meanwhile, Nita Ambani’s sister Mamta is a school teacher in Mumbai and has been tutor to the children of Sachin Tendulkar and Shahrukh Khan.
Soon after her marriage, Nita Dalal took the name of her husband, Mukesh Ambani, but stuck to her roots and continued to teach for many years after her marriage.