Former Miss India, Yale University grad Aditi Arya weds Jay Kotak, son of billionaire Uday Kotak

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Mumbai/IBNS: Former Miss India Aditi Arya, who also holds an MBA from Yale University, recently got married to Jay Kotak, the son of billionaire banker Uday Kotak, at the Jio Convention Centre in Mumbai. The additional celebrations took place in Udaipur, reported MoneyControl.

In May, Jay Kotak announced their engagement on an Instagram post. He praised his fiancée for successfully completing her MBA at Yale University, reported HT.

“Aditi, my fiancée, completed her MBA from Yale University today. Immensely proud of you Aditi Arya,” wrote Junior Kotak in his post, according to HT.

Their nuptials were also attended by Ambanis, according to reports.

Jay Kotak, the son of renowned business magnate Uday Kotak, currently leads Kotak 811, a fintech initiative incubated within the company.

Before this role, Jay gained experience at prestigious firms like McKinsey and Goldman Sachs. His tenure with Kotak Mahindra Bank’s consumer banking division started in 2019.

In 2021, Jay assumed the role of co-head at the Kotak 811 team, and oversees strategy and product development.Jay holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and earned his BA in History from Columbia University. He received his education at the Cathedral and John Connon School.

Aditi rose to fame in 2015 after winning Femina Miss India and representing India at Miss World in China. Alongside her pageant career, she worked as a research analyst at Ernst and Young.

Post her Miss India victory, Aditi pursued internships at major corporations, including LEK consultant and Unilever.

In a heartfelt Instagram post, Aditi dwelled on the importance of learning for personal growth rather than societal expectations. “I want little girls to know that they could grow up to do both. To live unchained by stereotypes,” she added.

She debuted in Bollywood in 2021 with Ranveer Singh starer “83″ based on India’s 1983 World Cup victory.