Get your calendars marked as now rumours regarding your favorite bollywood couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding have come to end and the couple has announced the final date of their wedding. Well, it’s sooner than you can think of.
Recently, Deepika took the Tweeter to made the announcement and confirming that she will be marrying Ranveer next month. She tweeted, “With the blessings of our families, it gives us immense joy in sharing that our wedding is set to take place on the 14th and 15th of November 2018.” So, it’s finally happening!
“We thank you all for the love you have showered upon us over the years and seen your blessings as we embark on this incredible journey of love, loyalty, friendship and togetherness. Lots of love, Deepika and Ranveer.” She added.
On the other hand, Ranveer made the same announcement on his Instagram as well.
The wedding of Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone has been the talk of the town since half of the year. According to reports, the two will be tying the knot in a close and personal ceremony in Italy.
Moreover, the couple also wants to keep their personal moments out of the public eye. In order to avoid all the trouble, #DeepVeer have allegedly decided to ban mobile phones at their wedding.
According to source of DNA India, “They have asked guests to not bring their cell phones to the ceremony. Considering the fact that it will be a destination wedding, there will be fewer people and all the arrangements will be in place. While the two, in all likelihood, will share pictures with their fans eventually, they hope this step will help them guard their privacy.”
Well, we have seen such cases in the history where famous couple tried to keep their wedding a close-knit affair but failed. Such as, Anushka Sharma and Virat Kohli also tried this on their wedding but failed. Even the wedding festivities of Sonam Kapoor and Anand Ahuja were taking rounds all over social and electronic media. So, it would be difficult to maintain the privacy of ceremony for DeepVeer.