The eldest son of India’s richest family, Akash Ambani has carved a name for himself among the successful entrepreneurs in India. Heading Jio, an LTE mobile network operator in India, Akash has carried forward the legacy of Reliance Industries. Let’s delve into details of Akash Ambani’s Net Worth and Assets:
India’s Richest Son
Akash Ambani is touted as India’s richest son as his father, Mukesh Ambani holds the title for India’s richest person; with an estimated net worth of $40.1 billion (₹2,60,622 crore), as in 2018. In 2018, Forbes listed his father #19 in world billionaires’ list and #1 in India’s.
Lives in World’s Most Expensive House
Akash Ambani lives in a 27 story house ‘Antilia’ that worth more than $1 billion. Antilia is also considered to be the first house to exceed a net worth of one billion dollars. According to reports, it has a garage for 168 cars, a cinema, a helipad on the rooftop, an independent health club for each family member, and a staff of 600 people.
Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom
He owns Stoke Park in Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom. Reportedly, his father, Mukesh Ambani, bought this iconic country club and luxury golf resort in Britain for Akash for 57 million pounds (about Rs. 592 crores) in April 2021. The Hindu
Akash Ambani: Cars Collection
A rich collection of Akash Ambani’s cars include Rolls Royce Phantom Drophead Coupe, Range Rover Vogue, Mercedes Benz G63 AMG, W221 Mercedes Benz S-Class, BMW 5-Series, BMW i8, BMW 760 Li, W222 Mercedes Benz S-Class. He also owns India’s most expensive SUV- Bentley Bentayga (priced at ₹3.85 crores).
Akash Ambani and his Sports Venture
Akash Ambani is an avid Cricketer and remains closely involved with the Mukesh and Nita Ambani-owned IPL franchise- Mumbai Indians. In January 2008, The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) sold the franchise of the Mumbai Indians to India’s biggest conglomerate, Reliance Industries for $111.9 million, making it the most expensive team in the IPL.
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