Ranveer, Deepika do not want wedding gifts

Posted November 14, 2018

The couple is set to tie the knot on November 14 (which will be a Konkani style wedding) and November 15 (Anand Karaj ceremony) at Lake Como, Italy.

Deepika Padukone, 32, and Ranveer Singh, 33, are have zeroed in on Italy's Villa del Balbianello as their wedding venue.

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Ranveer and Deepika flew for their destination wedding this weekend and the preparations at the venue are going on in full swing.

Ranveer and Deepika announced to get married through their social media accounts last month. Ranveer Singh's team including his stylist and manager also left for Italy earlier, and his stylist Nitasha Gaurav shared photos from the airport. Deepika's father Prakash Padukone gave Ranveer a coconut and formally welcomed him to the family. On November 14, traditional South Indian dishes like dosa and rice will be offered to the guests, whereas on November 15, Sindhi cuisine is set to be served. After the wedding ceremony, they'll return to India and host a grand reception party for their industry friends on 28 November at Grand Hyatt, Mumbai. The much-awaited wedding sure promises to be one of the most-talked about affairs of the year. Guests are requested to carry this invite on their cell phones. The cuisines and dishes will match the style of the wedding traditions. Well, we just can't wait for the celebrations to start, so that we can take a look at all the decadence that the guests at Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding will be treated to.

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The report states that the duo got hitched in Phool Muddi ceremony wherein Deepika's father and ace badminton champion Prakash Padukone welcomed Ranveer and his family.

Now, the suspense has been over as the video is doing the round on social media in which it is cleared that Sabyasachi has designed their wedding attire.

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