Tina Ambani is married to the seventh richest man in the country, Anil Ambani, who has an estimated wealth of $7.8 billion. She is a shy person, and doesn’t like to disclose her spending habits or her purchases. In a chat with ET, she once said, I’m a very shy person. Please don’t make this interview about me. She has her own “Harmony Art Foundation”, where she hosts many art shows. She generally peeps out only during her art shows.
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Tina Ambani is on the cover of Hello! India’s 5th Anniversary Issue. In what is one of thier most exclusive interviews, Mrs Ambani has opened up for the very first time in almost 10 years, about her life as an Ambani bahu and wife to one of the most influential men in India, Anil Ambani.
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I have always been proud to acknowledge that my roots lie in the film industry. My decade-long career in cinema has been both formative and empowering, and has contributed to my growth as a person. It led to my awareness and respect for the creative process, which metamorphosed into my affinity for art, leading to the establishment of the Harmony Art Foundation.
And with my personal evolution over the years came the realisation that we can’t live in individual, self-contained bubbles. We need to reach out and give back to the community, the society that has nourished us.
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Here, Tina Ambani, who oversees the corporate social responsibility of the Reliance ADA Group, of which the film festival is a part of, talks about this year’s festival…
What prompted you to get the Reliance ADA Group to support the Mumbai Film Festival?
Cinema is an universal truth — the language of dreams. This language is spoken by all of us. Befittingly, Mumbai is called the city of dreams. The cradle of Indian cinema and home to the world’s largest film industry, it is a prolific manufacturer of dreams. More significant, it is a place where dreamers — filmmakers, actors, scriptwriters, composers — can turn their own visions of success into technicolour reality.
I know this only too well; my decade-long association with the industry has been both defining and empowering. Just as it is logical for this great city to have an international film festival that celebrates its spirit and rich cinematic heritage, it has been a natural step and an immense source of pride for me to support this festival and give it the stature it deserves.
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There’s a surprise waiting when you enter the chairman’s office at the Kolkilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. It’s the sheer simplicity of it. Still smelling of fresh paint, one can’t help but notice the photograph on the left rack where Anil and Tina Ambani’s sons — Jai Anmol and Jai Anshul — are fondly hugging each other.
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Itâ€™s not often that Tina Ambani steps out, but she did on Sunday evening for the last show of the season of Raell Padamseeâ€™s mystery-laden play Murder on the Menu.
Wearing a white salwar-kameez, Tina smiled for the flashbulbs and proceeded to enjoy the evening. In contrast to her white outfit was designer Deepika Gehani who, like Raell, was in all-black. Making a colourful couple not just with their outfits but also with their laughter were Ramona and Bruno. Shiamak Davar didnâ€™t give this show a miss either.
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The annual Harmony Art Foundation’s art show goes miniature, literally. For the very first time, the annual show put up by Tina Ambani will showcase a gamut of India’s miniature art by artists from Himachal Pradesh, Jaipur, Udaipur, Nathdwara, Bikaner, Karnataka and also Mumbai.
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