Ranveer, Deepika are married, make it official with adorable pictures

Ranveer, Deepika are married, make it official with adorable pictures

Citizen’s Voice Tv (ROME): Bollywood superstars Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have finally tied the knot in a ceremony in Italy.

Ranveer confirmed the news on Twitter by sharing adorable photos.

Padmaavat actors Ranveer and Deepika finally got married on Wednesday in a Konkani-style ceremony and to tie the knot as per Sindhi rituals today, owing to Ranveer’s Sindhi heritage.

According to India Today, the ceremony was held at the exotic Villa del Balbienello, Lake Como in Italy.

A Sindhi wedding starts with pre-wedding festivities such as Kacchi Misri ritual that entails a formal meeting between the bride and the groom’s family after the wedding gets fixed.

They also shared the pictures on Instagram

The family then gift each other presents, which is then followed by an informal engagement ceremony.

This is succeeded by Pakki Misri, a formal engagement ceremony where the groom’s family presents gifts like jewellery, clothes to the bride. The mother of the groom presents the bride’s mother with a pot filled with misri, after which other rituals follow suit.

Ranveer and Deepika have been in a relationship for the last six years. They met on the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Ram Leela’ in November 2012.

The couple decided to hold their wedding on the same date the special film was released, back in 2013.

As per reports, Ranveer and Deepika will hold two lavish receptions, one in Mumbai and the second in Deepika’s hometown Bengaluru.

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