After keeping everyone at the edge of their seats for the first look of their wedding pictures, it was just yesterday when Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh broke the internet by posting some stunning images from both the wedding ceremonies and the mehendi celebrations.
Styled by Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Shaleena Nathani. Sabyasachi's social media pages shared all the pictures, claiming that both Ranveer and Deepika were donned "head to toe" in Sabyasachi creations. The couple tied the knot last week and on Wednesday, they officially stepped out as a husband and wife for the media ahead of their wedding reception at The Leela Palace in Bengaluru. The photo was shared by Deepika on her Instagram handle. Ranveer and Deepika shared the first picture from the night on their social media and their fans can't stop fawning at their style. The who's who of the Kannada film industry including actors like Upendra, Sudeep, Puneeth Rajkumar, Yash and Ambareesh are expected to attend the big reception.
Sabyasachi mistakenly takes credit for Deepika's Kanjeevaram saree, clarifies later
The wedding reception has been hosted by Deepika's parents, Prakash and Ujjala Padukone. While the Konkani wedding was held on November 14, the North Indian wedding took place on November 15.
The information about the saree could be read as, "A NOTIFICATION - As per Konkani tradition, the bride's saree is gifted to her by the mother for her wedding". Just like her wedding sari seen at Lake Como, this gold drape was also reportedly a gift from mother Ujjala Padukone. Their wedding in Lake Como was also decorated all around with red roses as well. Indian shuttler PV Sindhu and former Indian cricketer and coach Anil Kumble were seen at the grand reception of the celebrity couple.
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