Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are taking away all the limelight these days in Bollywood. The news portals are all talking about this newlywed couple. Social media is filled with their wedding pictures that are way beautiful for words. Slowly, the couple is revealing breathtaking pictures and everyone is drooling over them. Recently, they hosted a wedding reception for friends and family in Bangalore and they look outstanding. Deepika and Ranveer’s wedding spelt the word ‘Class’ with such grace. The couple is setting some major goals and is favourite to everyone.
Keeping their relationship under wraps for six years and tied the nuptial knot. It is something that every fan wanted. The couple got closer to each other when they came together for SLB’s Ram Leela and since then the couple is dating.
The couple tied the knot in a centuries-old villa in Lake Como, Italy. Everything in their marriage has a personal touch be it the venue or return gifts. Soon, the couple will host a Mumbai reception for the Bollywood family on 1st December.
Later, DeepVeer will go on a honeymoon which will be a brief affair after which Ranveer will come back and promote Simmba. On the other hand, Deepika Padukone was on a sabbatical and soon start the shooting of Meghana Gulzar’s next film. Earlier, the actress was supposed to work with Vishal Bhardwaj and Irrfan Khan for a biopic but it got delayed because of Irrfan’s sudden illness.
Currently, the couple is staying at DP’s apartment Prabhadevi flat and is on a search for a new home. Yesterday, the couple flew back to Mumbai after the lavish reception in Bangalore.
The couple tied the nuptial knot at Lake Como, Italy and it was one classic wedding which is kept private away from the media glares. Since Deepika is a South Indian and Ranveer is of Sindhi-Punjabi origin, the two families decided to follow customs practiced by both communities. A South Indian wedding has been planned for November 14, complete with Kannadiga rituals. On 15th November, the couple solemnizes their relationship as per the customs of a North Indian wedding.