Hails from a middleclass family
Mukesh Ambani was born in a lower-middle class family. Their family lived in a simple 2 bedroom apartment in Mumbai. He was hardly given pocket money during his youth and always used to travel in public transport.
Loved playing hockey
During his school days, Mukesh had a keen love for the game of Hockey. He in fact lost his interest in studies due to his preoccupation with the game.
A strict vegetarian and teetotaler
Mukesh has never consumed alcohol in his life. He is also a pure vegetarian by food habits. His favorite foods are chapatti, rice and dal. He does not mind eating anywhere even from a roadside stall as long as he gets access to tasty food.
Discontinued his MBA
Mukesh pursued his MBA program from the Stanford University. He had to drop from the college as he was called back at home to support his father who was at the process of setting up a Polyester Filament Yarn Manufacturing Plant.
His nick name and public speaking capabilities
His nick name is Muku. By nature Mukesh Ambani is a shy person and gets nervous while he has to address the public.
He is the owner of the largest refinery in the world
Mukesh commissioned a refinery in Jamnagar in
He accounts for 5% of the country’s GDP
The taxes paid by his firm
Reliance Fresh consists of over 700 stores
In 2006 Mukesh started a chain of stores called Reliance Fresh and the network consists of more than 700 stores across 93 cities of the country.
Simple and loves watching movies
Mukesh is simple in his nature and dressing. He always loves wearing a simple white shirt and black pants. He never follows any brand. He is a lover of films and watches about three movies in a week.
His house is the most expensive one
His house is today the most expensive residential property of the world. Antilia is located in South Mumbai. The value of this property is more than $1 billion. The house has 27 stories and supported by more than 600 staffs. He has his father’s photograph and his family photograph in every room of his property.
He has a custom built car-bus vanity van
He loves travelling in a customized car-bus vanity van that was ordered to be made for his taste. The worth of the van is around 25 crore in Indian money.