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Mukesh Ambani bought that hotel in Britain, where shooting of ‘James Bond’ series films took place

Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s richest person and head of Reliance Industries, has bought another UK company. This company has a hotel and golf course in the UK where two films of the ‘James Bond’ series have been shot.


Mukesh Ambani, Asia’s richest person and head of Reliance Industries, has bought another UK company. This company has a hotel and golf course in the UK where two films of the ‘James Bond’ series have been shot. Learn complete details

Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance Industries Limited has given 593 crore rupees for the Stoke Park, the UK’s Stoke Park has been bought for 593.05 crore rupees. Stoke Park is a UK company that owns a hotel and golfcourse. This hotel will be a part of Reliance’s consumer and hospitality assets.

Stoke Park is the first country club of the International Group in the UK. Stoke Park has a very close association with the UK film industry.

Two ‘James Bond’ movie

shot: Two films of ‘James Bond’ series have been shot in Stoke Park. This includes ‘Goldfinger’ of 1964 and ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ of 1997. Sean Connery in this park, James Bond, and the golf scene filmed on the Great Forbes, are considered one of the most beautiful golf scenes in the cinema world. Apart from this, scenes from the film Bridget Jones Diaries in 2001 were also shot in this park.

Mukesh Ambani, who has already bought ‘Hemleys’, has already bought another UK company ‘Hemleys’ in 2019. Hemleys is included in the world’s leading toy stores. It is the largest toy store company in the UK. Recently, Mukesh Ambani’s Reliance has started preparations for its makeover as well.


Mukesh Ambani has recently become the richest person in Asia. Earlier last year, Reliance Group’s Jio Platforms received funding from tech companies like Facebook, Google and Silverlake.

 

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