Mukesh Ambani is an Indian business magnate. The chairman, Managing Director and largest shareholder of Reliance Industries, the largest private sector enterprise in India.
Mukesh excelled in school when he was young. He attended the Abaay Morischa School in Mumbai and eventually completed his graduation with a bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the UDCT. He even enrolled in Stanford University, hoping to receive an MBA, but left the school after one year.
Mukesh Ambani joined Reliance in 1981 and was the brain behind Reliance's backward integration from textiles into polyester fibres and further into petrochemicals. During the process of backward integration, Mukesh Ambani led the creation of 51 new, world-class manufacturing facilities involving diverse technologies that raised Reliance's manufacturing capacities manifold.
In 2010, he was named among the most powerful people in the world by Forbes in its list of "68 people who matter most," and he is a member of the board of directors of Bank of America Corporation and a present member of the international advisory board of the Council on Foreign Relations.
The real estate Antilla is located at Altamount Road in South Mumbai, it cost Mukesh Ambani $1 billion dollars to build it.
Since 2010, Antilla has claimed the title for being the most expensive home in the world.
The house features double height ceilings, ballrooms, crystal chandelier ceilings, retractable stages,six floors of parking space, swimming pools, a cinema, 3 helipads, 600 servants to serve the Ambani’s family and the property stands 570 feet tall (174 metre).
Did you know that the Antilla consumed electricity worth Rs. 70,69,488 in the one month. According to experts say it’s is roughly equivalent to the monthly electricity bill of 7,000 homes.