Deepika-Ranveer wedding reception today

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The latest Bollywood couple looked elegantly lovely for the wedding reception.

Meanwhile, a few videos of Ranveer is getting viral, which see him helping Deepika to place her saree perfectly on the floor, so that his wife looks picture flawless, another video sees him telling media, "Khana kha ke jana". Anil Kumble and PV Sindhu were among those on the guest list at The Leela Palace.

Though for six years, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh didn't confirm their relationship in media, the lovebirds never shied away from PDA and expressing their admiration for each other.

Styled by Sabyasachi Mukherjee and Shaleena Nathani.

Deepika wore a sari gifted to her by her mother Ujjala Padukone, while Ranveer opted for a Rohit Bal sherwani.

Pic Credit Twitter
Pic Credit Twitter

Earlier in the day, Deepika and Ranveer were snapped by the paps as they were heading to the venue in their vehicle.

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh had planned their Italy wedding in two different styles. Gilt chairs and masses of red flowers against a cream-and-gold decor form the backdrop against which Deepika and Ranveer with meet with their guests. Wishes poured in from every corner as members of the film industry and the couple's fans took to social media to congratulate the newlyweds.

The pair got married last week according to Konkani customs on November 14 and as per Sindhi traditions on November 15. After this first reception Deepika and Ranveer will give one more reception in Mumbai on November 28 when all the Bollywood friends and contacts of the celebrity couple are invited.

Stay tuned for more updates from Deepika and Ranveer's wedding reception here. Just like her wedding sari seen at Lake Como, this gold drape was also reportedly a gift from mother Ujjala Padukone.

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