The 2-day grand launch event of Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre aka NMACC made headlines for numerous reasons. While the extravagant and breathtaking arrangements were visible to us through pictures, the exclusive guest offerings remained behind the curtains until now.
And now finally, the food at the Ambani bash has finally made it to the internet and netizens are going crazy.
A special dessert served at the NMACC features Rs 500 notes attached to each plate.
Massively popular in North India, this dessert is named ‘Daulat Ki Chaat’. Even though it is served with fake notes in regular eateries, netizens feel Ambani must have given out real ones.
Ever since this picture was originally shared by International photographer German Larkin, social media users are going gaga over it.
Let’s take you on a ride of laughter with what netizens are saying:-
Middle class me: waiting for guests to leave so i can eat leftover snacks & sweets.
Ambani's offering sweets to guests: pic.twitter.com/oCJ1qMlR3q
— Shubh (@kadaipaneeeer) April 2, 2023
Nita Ambani served authentic ‘Chaandi Ki Thaali’ for the guests making it an even more expensive affair. See here:-
Isha Ambani who kickstarted the show with a small speech quoted,
“Welcome to the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre. Welcome to what we hope will become India’s finest platform to present our culture in all its diversity and depth. Home to art and culture in all its forms. From the visual arts to the performing arts. From musical fountains to musical theatricals. From costume to canvas. From fashion to food. From conventions to celebrations.”
“All under one roof! Only at the Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre. Bringing this centre to life has been an absolute labour of love and joy. Named after my mother, the NMACC is a tribute to her lifelong devotion to the arts. As a trained classical dancer, the stage has always been my mother’s temple. But her love for the arts has transcended beyond medium or form. Over the years, I have seen her dedicate herself to reviving, preserving, and promoting traditional Indian arts and crafts.”
“Be it Pattachitra paintings from Odisha, or weaves from Kashmir, or pottery from Kutch, or music from Bollywood and around the world. The Nita Mukesh Ambani Cultural Centre is the embodiment of her vision. At this Centre, we hope to showcase the best of India to the world and bring the best of the world to our home, India,”
Isha said in a long speech.