Industrialist Mukesh Ambani’s daughter Isha Ambani looked drop-dead gorgeous as she posed for the cover of Vogue India magazine. The issue, which will hit stands in February, showed Isha posing with windswept hair, dressed in black and white and with minimal make-up on. Along with featuring on the cover of the magazine, Isha also revealed a bit about her personal, professional and married life.Also Read - Mukesh Ambani's Reliance Becomes First Indian Firm To Hit $100 Billion Revenue In A Year

Vogue India shared the picture on their Instagram page and the caption described Isha perfectly. It read, “She’s born to a fabled last name. But this modern-day heiress is determined to create her own legacy. Girl-to-watch Isha Ambani Piramal (@_iiishmagish) talks to Vogue India editor-in-chief Priya Tanna (@priya_tanna) about work, life and the future, and why, for her, India is at the heart of it all.” Also Read - Antilia Case: Pradeep Sharma Main Conspirator in Cold-blooded Murder of Mansukh Hiran, Says NIA

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In the interview that was conducted by the magazine, Isha spoke about her wedding to Anand Piramal.

“The wedding went off beautifully. Like any other bride, I had my share of bridal jitters but getting married at home made it very special and I had the time of my life celebrating my most memorable moments with all the people I love,” Vogue India quoted her as saying.

Isha also revealed about the childhood she had and what it was like to grow up in a family of significance.

“The surprising truth is that though my parents were exceptionally busy, they were really hands-on. I was born in 1991, right after Liberalisation, which was a real inflection point for the Indian economy-it was the first time that Indian companies could dream of global scale. I saw my father work very hard to chase that dream and build Reliance into the organisation that it is today. And though he worked long hours, he was always there when we needed him. At home, we were raised to have the same value system that our parents grew up with. They made sure we understood the value of money, hard work and humility,” she said.

Despite coming from an affluent background, Isha has not let it slow down her professional ambitions, and revealed what she is most proud of in the over five years she has been working.

“The branding and marketing of Jio-I had the most fun doing it. When we launched in 2015, India ranked 155 on the mobile broadband consumption index, but today, post-Jio, India ranks number 1,” she revealed.

At the end of the interview, Isha was asked what she would like to be remembered for, and her reply was that she would feel proud if someone said, “She furthered her parents’ legacy.” The other wish she had was for Reliance to be one of the top 10 companies in the world.