Actress Deepika Padukone and actor Ranveer Singh tied the knot on November 14 in Italy as per the Konkani rituals. Today, the ceremony will take place according to Sindhi ritual. Their wedding was nothing less than a fairytale. The official pictures are yet to be released. We can’t wait to see DeepVeer as bride and groom. There were many highlights of the ceremony. One of them was the moment when Deepika walked up to mandap. As the actress was going towards the groom, singer Shubha Mudgal performed live. Also Read - Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Telangana Govt Announces 75% Salary Cut For Employees
If reports are to be believed, both the stars were dressed in Sabyasachi attires. It was a private ceremony. As some of the pictures are doing the rounds on social media, it suggested that the theme of the wedding was white. The rituals started at 7:00 am and all the guests were also dressed in traditional South Indian attire. Also Read - Coronavirus Pandemic: Confirmed Cases Climb to 1251, Total Deaths Now at 32 | Top Developments
Speculations are rife that the couple will release the official pictures at 6:00 pm today.
Deepika’s cousin wished newlyweds in the cutest wat possible.
According to a source, “Both Deepika and Ranveer were certain that they wanted to share their joy with their fans who have been showering them with good wishes. Vishal Punjabi from The Wedding Filmer is the official photographer for the functions. It was decided early on during their discussion with him that the pictures will be released right after the North Indian style wedding was wrapped up. The images are likely to be shared at around 6 pm [IST] today.”
Deepika and Ranveer’s ring ceremony took place on Tuesday. The actor reportedly went down on his knees while slipping a ring on Deepika’s finger.
They will host a grand reception on November 28 in Mumbai which will be attended by some renowned faces of the silver screen.
On the professional front, the actor will next be seen in Simmba with Sara Ali Khan. The movie is all set to hit the screens on December 28.