Deepika Padukone is all smiles for the paparazzi. So happy for you.
Dressed in an orange traditional suit by ace designerSabyasachi Mukherjee, Deepika matched her look perfectly with huge gold earrings, neatly tied hair and subtle make-up, exuding radiance, elegance and happiness. Can't wait for it all to starttttt.
The wedding celebrations for the couple officially began from today and Deepika's stylist Shaleena Nathani shared pictures of Deepika from the puja that is done before the wedding. This is indeed a terrific time for the young man and we wish him the very best.
Though the details about the wedding venue have not been divulged but it is being said that it will take place in Italy. The wedding statement read, "With the blessings of our families, it gives us huge joy in sharing that our wedding is set to take place on 14th and 15th of November, 2018". Fans of both Deepika and Ranveer can not wait for this wedding to take place and for more pictures to emerge; but in the meanwhile, the reigning queen of Hindi cinema has returned to Mumbai and in all her glory. The couple will reportedly host a grand reception in Mumbai on December 1. Just a few days ago, Deepika went to Bengaluru for the family Nandi Puja.
The two have starred together in multiple blockbusters including Goliyon Ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat.
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