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Twitter goes wild over Anant Ambani's new look

12-April-2016
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Twitter goes wild over Anant Ambani's new look

Anant Ambani's miraculous weight loss has made the young man an overnight sensation on social media. The son of Mukesh Ambani shed 108 kilos in 18 months and pictures of his slimmer, new avatar started getting circulated last week. 

According to an iTrended report, which tracked the Twitter chatter around Anant Ambani started between 12.45 on April 9, 2016 and 1.25 on April 11, 2016, he achieved a worldwide highest trend ranking of 10 with a highest ranking of 2 in India. Anant also trended in countries as diverse as Latvia and Vietnam. He spent a whooping 85 minutes in the No.2 spot in India and 475 minutes at No. 6 spot in Ahmedabad.

The iTrended report further states that Anant Ambani was also talked about a lot in Pune, where he achieved a highest rank of 6 for 325 minutes. In all, Anant Ambani trended in 31 places. Other cities were he trended included Bangalore, Kolkata, Mumbai, Nagpur, Amritsar, Patna, Ranchi Srinagar, Lukcnow, Bhopal, in all of which he achieved a highest rank of 2.

Meanwhile, celebrities and Twitter users commeded him for his weight loss and dedication though there were the obligatory jokes too. 

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