Business tycoon Mukesh Ambani’s son Anant Ambani made headlines for his epic weight loss and transformation from obese to fit. Anant has yet again made internet go crazy, after a viral video was spilled on the web. In the video a boy who looks like Anant Ambani is seen walking on the streets of Mumbai. Anant who is walking along conversing with his friends probably, is covered by body-guards and  soon the whole pack is followed by a tow Rolls Royce.

Anant had medical conditions and body balancing issues, despite of it with his “dedication and discipline” remarked by Indian Cricket Team Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the transformation looks like an advertisement of ‘before’ and ‘after’ pictures of weight loss. Anant shedded 108kg in 18 months, following a strict diet set by his fitness trainer Vinod Channa. One of the primary reason of his transformation is reportedly said to be, a 21km long walk everyday. (ALSO READ: Anant Ambani loses 108 kgs in 18 months! Here is how he overpowered obesity?)

We know internet can sometimes really be a funny place and that’s what happened when this video was making headlines, simultaneously Bollwood Actor Fardeen Khan also made headlines. The actor was away from limelight for a long time and a recent photo of him surfaced internet where he looks like nothing what he used to look before and internet made some use of these two news. See how twitterati reacted :

 

 

 

 

In the video also, Anant is seen walking street which resembles to South Mumbai most likely. Anant and his friends are walking the streets followed by the Rolls Royce, while the onlookers are surprised and shocked.

The video has been uploaded by a youtube channel Gandalf McGill titled as ‘Anant Ambani Taking A Walk – OMG!’. Seems like it is an alien thing to see a human taking walk, which becomes more obvious if a Rolls Royce has to move slowly for the person taking the walk with entourage. (ALSO READ: This is what Bollywood actor Fardeen Khan has done to himself)

 

Watch the video here:

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