Anant is the youngest son of Indias one of biggest business tycoons Mukesh Ambani.Till 2014, his weight was around 175 kg, but after following a tough and disciplined routine, he reduced around 108 kg of his body weight in the span of 18 months in 2016. Anant Ambani before and after weight loss.He gained massive body weight while undergoing treatment for asthma for which he has to take steroids that caused him overweight.To lose his body weight, he used to walk around 21 km per day, did weight training, high-intensity cardio exercises, and yoga, and followed a no-sugar and low-carbohydrate diet to reach the goal.He often involves in the management of various sports events including the Indian Premier League, in which Reliance Industries Limited owns the team Mumbai Indians. He was often spotted at various sports events along with his mother and sister.In March 2019, Anant Ambani was nominated by the then-chief minister of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat as a member of the Badrinath-Kedarnath Temple Committee.On 23 December 2017, he delivered a zealous speech at the celebration of his great-grandfather Dirubhai Ambanis birth anniversary and the 40th listing of Reliance Industries Limited. In his speech, he talked about carrying out his family business and said, For me, to serve the Reliance family is the most important mission of my life. India should lead the change and Reliance should be at the forefront of that change. Reliance meri jaan hai (Reliance is my life)..On 29 August 2022, Mukesh Ambani made an announcement of the succession plans of his firm, Reliance Industries Limited, at the 45th Annual General Meeting (AGM) in which he assigned Anant Ambani as the head of the energy unit of the firm, whereas his elder siblings, Isha and Akash Ambani were assigned retail and telecom leadership. Mint.He is very spiritual and has huge faith in Lord Balaji, and he loves to visit the Venkateswara Temple in Tirumala. He even donated a sacred white elephant to Lord Balaji.He is considered an encyclopaedia on animals and wildlife.