Beyonce performs at lavish wedding on request of India’s richest manDecember 10, 2018
There are weddings and there are weddings where Beyonce is hired as the entertainment.
The daughter of India’s richest man was always going to have a lavish wedding and when Isha Ambani looked to tie the know with Anand Piramal, the son of another billionaire, there was no expense spared.
The Grammy award winning singer was one of a host of celebrities from across the globe, that joined Bollywood stars at the lavish wedding festivities to celebrate Isha and Anand.
This was just the start of it as well, as the actual wedding is not until Wednesday but business tycoon Mukesh Ambani wanted to get the party started early for his daughter.
There have been a number of celebrity-filled Indian weddings in recent times and the bar continues to be raised on how spectacular they can be.
A week after Isha Ambani was the bridesmaid for actress Priyanka Chopra big day with pop singer Nick Jonas, she thought it was time to unleash the wedding to end all weddings.
It will take some topping as well after Beyonce, 37, wowed the guests with an extravagant performance.
The guest list was bulging with an eclectic mix of names, with former United States First Lady and 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton joining cricketer Sachin Tendulkar and media giant Arianna Huffington at the event.
Media reports have suggested that 100 chartered flights were organised to bring the guest to the saingeet, which is an evening of music and dance that precedes the wedding itself.
Beyonce took to the stage on Sunday night in a jewel-studded outfit and was also seen performing in a gold tasseled affair, alongside her dancers.
While her fee hasn’t been made public, it is thought that she could have written her own cheque as Mukesh Ambani has a personal fortune of around £37 billion.
Extravagance is not unusual for the Ambani family, as they live in a 27-storey, $1 billion home in Mumbai, that has multi-level gardens and three helipads and is named Antilia.
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