The viral photograph reveals David Beckham with the Ambani household, together with Mukesh Ambani, Nita Ambani, Akash Ambani, Isha Ambani, Shloka Mehta and Radhika Service provider.
Reliance Industries magnate Mukesh Ambani, accompanied by his spouse Nita Ambani, hosted iconic footballer David Beckham at their opulent residence, Antilia, in Mumbai. Beckham’s presence in India stems from his position as UNICEF’s Goodwill Ambassador, a part of a three-day go to to the nation. A photograph shared showcases David Beckham alongside the Ambani household—Mukesh, Nita, Akash, Isha, Shloka Mehta, and Radhika Service provider. Notably, Beckham proudly shows a custom-made Mumbai Indians jersey bearing his famed ‘number 7’.
The Mumbai Indians franchise posted the image on X (previously Twitter), embracing Beckham’s transition “From Manchester’s Red to Mumbai’s Blue & Gold.”
Nita Ambani’s deep-rooted reference to sports activities is clear by means of her multifaceted involvement. As co-owner of the IPL workforce Mumbai Indians and Founder-Chairperson of Soccer Sports activities Growth Restricted, she launched the Indian Tremendous League. Her strides prolong additional, having grow to be the primary Indian girl to hitch the Worldwide Olympic Committee, taking part in a pivotal position within the resolution to incorporate cricket as an Olympic sport throughout the 141st IOC Session in Mumbai.
Her intensive contributions have earned her the unofficial title of the “First Lady of Sports in India.”
David Beckham’s itinerary in Mumbai included a soirée hosted by Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja, attended by Bollywood luminaries like Karisma Kapoor, Anil Kapoor, Shahid Kapoor, Mira Rajput, Arjun Kapoor, Malaika Arora, and others.
Previous to his go to to Antilia, Beckham witnessed the India vs. New Zealand World Cup 2023 semi-final at Wankhede Stadium, joined by cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar. He indulged in a mini-tour of the stadium and engaged in a soccer session with Indian gamers earlier than having fun with the match from the stands.