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Ambani Has Four Items That Cost At Least Rs 100 Crore

Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s wealthiest man, isn’t afraid to blow a lot of money. For the CEO of Reliance Ltd., it all appears to be part of the daily routine. Many pricey objects are in his possession, but we’ll focus on those that cost more than Rs 100 crore.

Things worth more than Rs 100 crore that Mukesh Ambani owns

1. Antilia in Mumbai, Maharashtra

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Antilia, the Mukesh Ambani company is the place where Mukesh Ambani’s family lives in a 27-story building valued at $1 billion by Forbes in Mumbai. A big ballroom, a theater, a spa, a temple, and various tiered gardens are all included in the building’s amenities.

2. Stoke Park, in the UK

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For £57 million, Reliance Industries Ltd registered Stoke Park, a renowned British hospitality business, in the name of Reliance Industries Ltd. (Rs 592 crore). You may recognise the property from Netflix’s The Crown and a few other series. It’s now a 49-bedroom home with a 27-hole golf course, 13 tennis courts, and 14 acres of private gardens that is currently being used. The RIIHL branch of Reliance is gearing up to improve the sports and leisure facilities at this historic site, according to a statement. It’s all here for your perusal.

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3. A sporting team called the Mumbai Indians

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Mumbai Indians (MI), the five-time winners of the Indian Premier League (IPL), are owned by Mukesh and Nita Ambani via their company Reliance Industries. Additionally, the squad has twice won the Champions League Twenty20. As of 2017, The Economic Times reported that Mumbai Indians have surpassed the $100 million value milestone, which was set in 2008, the first year of the Indian Premier League. For the year 2021, Mukesh Ambani was ranked first on Forbes list of the world’s wealthiest sports team owners.

4. Hamleys

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Mukesh Ambani purchased Hamleys, a toy company, in 2019.

Hamleys that were dying were taken up by Mukesh Ambani and RIL in 2019. According to ET, this $88.5 million acquisition was done in an all-cash transaction that came as a surprise to many (Rs 650 crore approx).

Varsha

I Varsha Chhirolya having an experience in digital marketing of 5 years, I am an account manager in CREATIVE Ad Agency.

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