Nita Ambani was born in Mumbai to Purnima and Ravindrabhai Dalal. She was raised in a blended middle-class family. Her grandfather taught French at a university in Kolkata (now Kolkata). Mamta Dalal, the younger sister of Nita, is a teacher and administrator at the Dhirubhai Ambani School in Bandra. She has educated some of the most famous children in the nation.
She has a passion for education that dates back to her early years, and she adores teaching. Her first goal was to become a classical dancer, but she has since evolved into a typical example of the unintentional businesswoman.
Her father-in-law became unwell, thus she was forced to discontinue her legal studies. She once forced Mukesh Ambani to take a BST Bus to meet her in Mumbai. She has experience dancing Bharatanatyam. She began as the founder and chairperson of Reliance Foundation as part of the CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility).
She owns the Mumbai Indians, a professional cricket team. 2014 saw her election to the Reliance Industries Board.
Nita Ambani was elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee on August 4th, 2016, making her the first woman from India to do so (IOC).