After years of being seen together both on-screen and IRL, rumours of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding cropped up again on the internet a few months ago, and have only gained steam over the past few weeks. Now, reports say that the couple are likely to tie the knot on November 19, and that the winter wedding will take place in Mumbai itself. Apparently both Padukone and Singh wanted to make their relationship official this July, but work commitments made November a more comfortable choice for the big day.
Priyanka and Nick first sparked rumours of a romance when they arrived at last year’s Met Gala together. At the time Priyanka had explained, “We were both wearing Ralph Lauren and we decided to go together. It was fun.”
The rumours gained momentum this year, after they were clicked together on a series of dates. They have also been leaving flirtatious comments on each other’s pictures on Instagram.
There’s no denying the chemistry that Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh share, even when they’re not together in the same frame. Most recently, fans of the couple couldn’t help but notice the many loved-up comments Singh left under each of Padukone’s Instagram posts from her Cannes travels. While one picture of Padukone had Singh calling her queen, another snapshot earned the comment, “You have to stop”; and a third had him showing his dramatic side with “*dead*” as his comment. Almost each adorable reaction came with a heart emoji.
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone look elegant at their Mumbai reception. Ranveer and Deepika tied the knot in a fiercely private wedding in Italy on November 14 and 15.
While Deepika looks ravishing in a Zuhair Murad gown, Ranveer looks dapper in a black tuxedo, courtesy of designers Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna.
According to a report in a leading daily, Priyanka and Nick have zeroed in November 30 as their wedding date. The report suggests that couple has already sent out the invitation cards to family and close friends.
“The wedding will take place on November 30 and the three-day long functions include a sangeet ceremony on November 29 and a reception on December 1. They have invited a select guest list of 110 people including relatives and close friends,” a source told the daily.