Ranveer & Deepika back in India after tying the knot
November 19, 2018
After a fairy tale wedding, Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone returned back to in India on Sunday. They were welcomed by fans at the airport, and the couple looked happy and excited.
Deepika was seen wearing a red silk dupatta with heavy jewellery and Ranveer was wearing a red silk jacket to co-ordinate with his wife. They walked hand in hand outside the airport amidst heavy security. They met photographer's outside Ranveer's home and posed for some beautiful pictures.
Deepika and Ranveer got married at Lake Como in Italy. They had two functions, one Konkani and one Sindhi. The couple had strictly asked the guests not to carry any mobile phones inside the wedding venue or click pictures. They released two wedding pictures on 16 November through their social media accounts. They will be hosting a wedding reception at Mumbai and Bengaluru for their friends and colleagues from the cinema industry.
Social media was flooded with congratulatory messages from fans and well-wishers. Bollywood actors also wished the couple good luck and togetherness for years to come.
@deepikapadukone @RanveerOfficial holding hands return back home!! I loved this pic. How a bride is returning in her bride costume. #DeepVeerKiShaadi #DeepVeer #Deepveerreturnshome- Jheel Jain, Twitter User.
According to reports, the couple have brought a new house in Mumbai which costs a whopping Rs 50 crore! Since they wanted personalised interiors, the work is still going on. Currently, they will reside in Ranveer's home.
"The love birds.. The happy couple back in town. Welcome back #DeepVeer More Happiness, More Power, More Prosperity, Infinite Love to you both. Congrats @deepikapadukone @RanveerOfficial #DeepikaWedsRanveer", tweeted Shiv Dutta.
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