Yet another mobile phone-free wedding? Yes! The most-awaited day of the year - Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh wedding day in November may be quite a dampener for fans as sources close to the much-in-love Bollywood couple say that mobile phones will not be allowed at wedding.
Deepika and Ranveer decided on a mobile phone-free wedding apart from other things and the reason being - The two actors want to have a quiet wedding, the sources said. They also want their guests to simply enjoy the moment by discouraging teh use of camera. They have requested their friends and family to abandon their devices for the duration of their wedding ceremony.
Fans, however, might not be too amused with the reports of a “mobile-phone” free wedding.
Speculations are rife that the lovebirds are likely to get married at the picturesque Lake Como in Italy which is a hit with A-listers from across the globe.
“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,” according to a report in the DNA.
There are also reports that taking inspiration from Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma, Ranveer and Deepika too would only invite very very special guests to the Italian wedding and restrict the number to 30 from each side. They, however, look forward to hosting a grand reception once they are back in India.
On Sunday, Deepika took to Twitter to announce the dates of the wedding. The duo made their wedding announcements in a traditional wedding card format in both Hindi and English. “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.”
Ranveer and Deepika fell in love on the sets of Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Goliyon Ki Rasleela Ram-Leela. Following which they have also work together in Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat, both helmed by the ace director.