Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are back in Mumbai after their super secret wedding in Italy. The actress wore a red-and-gold kanjeevaram saree at the ceremony while Ranveer chose a veshti, kurta and angavastram -- both chose designer Sabyasachi for the occasion. The couple touched down in Mumbai on Sunday and are expected to shift to Deepika’s residence in the city’s Prabhadevi.
The couple tied the knot in a traditional Konkani ceremony at Villa del Balbianello in Lake Como, on November 14. It was followed by an Anand Karaj ceremony which was held in Sikh tradition. A close knit affair, the wedding of the year was only attended by close friends and family.
As difficult as pictures are hard to come by, a few details from the couple's sangeet and mehendi ceremonies did come forth and it is said that Deepika teared up at the sangeet ceremony, and Ranveer made a grand entry to his 'Gunday' song 'Tune Maari Entriyaan'. Tight security measures included 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. No one was allowed to click or share pictures. However, when singer Harshdeep Kaur shared a photo of herself from the venue, Deepika and Ranveer were very disappointed and she was reportedly made to take the picture down.
Some photos of the venue have, however, made it out on the world wide web, and the affair that has reportedly cost the couple across £200,000 to £600,000, is nothing short of grand. Bollywood’s power couple had announced their wedding on October 21, after dating and denying their relationship for a good six years. Deepika and Ranveer will host three wedding receptions -- one in Bengaluru and two in Mumbai. They are also expected to go on a short honeymoon before Ranveer returns for promotional duties for Rohit Shetty’s Simmba.