Deepika - Ranveer get married in traditional Konkani wedding in Italy

Danny Woods
November 15, 2018

Some clips of the Konkani wedding on Wednesday came out but the fans are yet to get a good look at the bride and groom. This lead to the paparazzi finding a loophole to reach the venue and leak images from what was supposed to be a private ceremony. But given the love and fandom, both stars enjoy, this situation may have been unavoidable.

Security measures at the wedding locations are said to be top-notch, with drone interceptors in the sky and guests being made to wear special wrist bands and scan unique QR codes on their phones to gain entry, according to Hindustan Times.

But they never confirmed their relationship until recently. The screenshots immediately made way to social media, giving us the first picture from the DeepVeer wedding!

Padukone, 32, and Singh 33, announced last month that their wedding would take place on Nov 14 and 15. There were barely any other details.

"The day also marks the fifth anniversary of the release of their first film together - 'Ram Leela" - on whose sets their love story is said to have taken off.

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India celebrations The couple will host two receptions on their return to India.

The same day, Ranveer and close friend and casting director Shanoo Sharma were spotted from his balcony at a "haldi" ceremony.

With no guests allowed to post any photographs without the couple approving it, the media was left grasping at straws to feed a fandom thirsting for fly-on-the-wall accounts - and, in the absence of that, any titbit of information. Padukone's ceremony took place at the Villa d' Este, located 5 kilometers away.

Reportedly dressed in outfits by designer Sabysachi Mukherjee, the couple's Konkani ceremony began at 7 am (11:30 am IST).

However, no pictures from their wedding could be clicked as almost 30- 40 guests stood around the railings of the patio, shielding the couple who were seated on the floor as the strains of a pandit's chanting stretched across this most bucolic of locations.

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