SRK Asked Anant Ambani His First Salary. Anant’s Reply Left Shah Rukh khan Embarrassed

The King of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan is honored with stunning comical inclination. There’s no denying the way that he turns into the life and soul of any occasion or gathering, on account of his clever comments and splendid style of conveying speeches.

He rules the film industry and hearts of millions and there’s essentially nobody who can supplant him. However, the “Raees” star feels that he has a contender and the man is none other than Anant Ambani, child of Mukesh and Nita Ambani.

Reliance Industries Limited as of late finished forty years of success and greatness and to commend the occasion, an extravagant party was tossed by the Ambanis in which Bollywood stars were likewise present.

Late Mr Dhirubhai Ambani started this firm and this is what Mukesh Ambani expressed at the party,

“Everything I am today… is because of Reliance.”

He was by all accounts much enlivened by his dad whom he considers as a symbol and a legend. In his words,

“My father is a timeless legend, an Indian icon and eternal inspiration to all Indians of all generations — “Kal, aaj aur kal” — We shall forever remain true to his vision, his ideals and his principles… On this happy occasion, I on behalf of everyone offer “koti koti pranam” and seek his blessings.”

The occasion was likewise gone to by Shah Rukh who imparts a decent attach to Mukesh and Nita. Mukesh’s youngsters Anant, Akash and Isha had officially been acquainted with mediapersons as individuals from Reliance family and SRK hosted the occasion with the trio.

Shah Rukh had many fascinating dialogs with Anant and then, he asked Anant his first compensation.

SRK asked,
         “My first salary was INR 50. What was your first

Anant had a stunning and unforeseen answer to this inquiry. He replied,

          “Leave it. You will feel a little embarrassed if I tell you this”.

Watch the video at 4:58 to tune in to the fascinating and hilarious discussion.

that was an astonishing reply,wasn’t it?