Social media be it Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, are filled with the wedding pictures of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh. And in this manner how can meme makers stay away from making the best of the memes from the couple wedding pictures. They are obviously not bad but in a way, the jokes are sweet and funny. And how can someone made a bad fun out of this classic wedding where everyone is wanting one like this!
Let’s take a look at the memes made out of DeepVeer…
— Indian (@PinchuSinghal) November 22, 2018
— Memeकाpattaकड़वाhai (@Swapnil98013094) November 22, 2018
— BollyBrit® (@BollyBrit) November 21, 2018
— Aaisha Dadi Patel (@aaishadadipatel) November 21, 2018
So, do you guys have any memes, share with us?
Yesterday, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh hosted a lavish reception at The Leela Palace in Bangalore. The couple looked every bit of royal at their first reception where renowned south celebrities mark their presence. The royal bride wore a saree which is gifted by her mother Ujjala Padukone and her look was styled by Sabyasachi Mukherjee. While the groom wore a black sherwani and churidar designed by Rohit Bal.
The duo’s reception pictures are doing rounds the internet and where celebrities like Former Indian skipper Anil Kumble and his wife Chethana Ramatheertha, ace badminton player PV Sindhu was seen arriving. Other relatives of Padukone mark their presence and bless the newly married couple.
Recently, Manisha Koirala shared the Mumbai reception’s invitation and it is all covered with the colour of love. Soon the Bollywood celebrities will attend this loving couple’s reception and we are waiting to see ‘who will wear what’!
🙏🏻 normally I don’t give explanations pic.twitter.com/BIp0z8LFkA
— Manisha Koirala (@mkoirala) November 21, 2018
The two have tied the knot in a destination wedding at Villa del Balbianello venue in Lake Como, Italy. It was one classic wedding which is kept private away from the media glares. After waiting for like eternity, the couple shared official pictures from the wedding. And we are still admiring them.