Ranveer Singh, Deepika Padukone to get married twice in Italy?
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding has been one of the most anticipated events of the year. Everything about the grand wedding is becoming the talk of the town-the date, destination, trousseau, guest list etc. While fans can't keep calm about Ranveer-Deepika's D-day, it is reported that the couple is likely to get married twice in Italy on November 14 and 15.
Wedding to have blend of North and South Indian cultures
According to the media reports, Ranveer-Deepika's wedding rituals will see a blend of North and South Indian cultures. Notably, Deepika has Kannada roots and Ranveer belongs to a Sindhi-Punjabi family. So, the couple will get married as per the Kannadiga rituals on November 14. This will be followed by the North Indian wedding, i.e, the 'Anand Karaj' on the next day.
The wedding will be a private affair
Reportedly, both Ranveer and Deepika are keen on having a grand yet private wedding. A few guests from B-town will mark their presence at the lavish event. The reported guest list includes Shah Rukh Khan, Farah Khan, Aditya Chopra, Arjun Kapoor, and Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The wedding rituals will be followed by a private party by the couple on November 15.
Ranveer-Deepika to have a wedding reception in December
The media reports suggest that after getting married at Lake Como, Italy, Ranveer-Deepika will host a grand wedding reception in Mumbai. "The two will host a reception at Grand Hyatt on December 1. As their wedding is an intimate affair, the reception will be a grand one where they will invite their Bollywood friends," the source was quoted as saying.
Ranveer to take three-week break for his wedding?
Interestingly, the happy groom-to-be Ranveer is said to be taking a three-week break for his D-day. As per a DNA report, the actor will be on leave from November 10 and will return to work in December's first week. "He had informed Rohit about his marriage plans much earlier. Rohit had worked out the shooting and 'Simmba' promotion schedules accordingly," the report stated.