The scrip of Tata Global Beverages fell 0.89 per cent, Indian Hotels Company slipped 0.62 per cent.
The lender's shares were trading at 58.75 apiece, down 5.39 per cent on the BSE.
Around 4.9 million Saudi retail investors have bought shares in the oil giant.
Over 17 lakh shares of DHFL were traded on the NSE, while the BSE saw an exchange of 4.51 lakh shares.
Shares of Vodafone Idea were trading at Rs 8.38, up 22.69 per cent, on the BSE.
Saudi banks have been offering citizens easy loans to bid for shares in Aramco.
Shares of Shipping Corp also rose 2.12 per cent to hit a one year high of Rs 69.80 in opening trade but later pared the gains.
Bharti Airtel also rose 3.11 per cent to hit its 52-week high of Rs 452.95, registering its fourth consecutive day of gain.
RIL became the first Indian firm to hit the Rs 9 lakh crore market valuation mark in intra-day trade.
Asia's biggest company has called the listing a multi-billion-dollar vote of confidence in the city's markets.