Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

Deepika, Ranveer share first wedding pictures as husband and wife

- Deepika Padukone's family gave a traditional Sikh welcome to Ranveer Singh's Baarat.

The newly-weds are reportedly flying back to India on November 18.

The main gate has been decorated with lights and white flowers and we just can't take our eyes off it. Post that, they will be hosting a reception in Bengaluru on 21st November and two more in Mumbai- on 28th November for their social circle and a section of media and on 1st December for their industry pals.

Ranveer was the flawless partner for her in white kurta and dhoti.

As fans were left teary-eyed after watching their favourite couple get married, Ranveer's stylist Nitasha Gaurav shared the photos of the bride and groom with the caption, "Presenting the newly minted Mrs & Mr Ranveer Singh Bhavnani!"

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Something that is pretty prominent in Deepika's picture from her Sindhi wedding is the kaleerein, which reminds us of Anushka and Sonam.

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A report in Timesofindia.com suggests that the Italian service staff were so well trained that they were seen welcoming the guests in Hindi and Konkani.

Draped in gold and orange silk saree, Deepika looked an epitome of South Indian bride for the Konkani wedding. Deepika looked gorgeous in a red lehenga matched with heavy jewellery for her Sindhi wedding while Ranveer looked dapper in a sherwani. A haldi ceremony was also organised at Ranveer's residence before the two flew away for their destination wedding at Lake Como.

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