The pair were among 10 winners at the event, along with entrepreneur Kailash Shah and businesswoman Mala Agarwal.
They were all Asian business men and women recognised for their successes and contribution to the British economy at the annual event, hosted by the Asian Media Group, publishers of Eastern Eye and Garavi Gujarat newsweeklies.
The evening also saw the unveiling of the latest edition of the Asian Rich List, which profiles the top 101 wealth creators of Asian origin in Britain.
Chancellor Phillip Hammond MP was the chief guest at the gala event and paid tribute to the remarkable efforts of Asian business leaders in the UK. Hammond said:
“The Asian business community in the UK has gone from strength to strength,”
“Asian markets have become more and more important to British businesses and the global balance of economic power has shifted decisively in favour of the emerging Asian economies. Later this year, India will overtake the UK to become the world’s fifth largest economy.”
Winners on the night included family and independent businesses, entrepreneurs and a charitable foundation.
Guests included captains of industry, MPs, community leaders and celebrities from the word of arts, media and entertainment. They gave generously to a charity appeal by Great Ormond Street Hospital.