We have a bad news for all DeepVeer fans. Recent reports suggest that the pictures and videos from Ranveer and Deepika's wedding might not make it to social media.
According to a report in a leading daily, Ranveer and Deepika have asked their wedding guests to not bring mobile phones to the wedding.Â The couple has asked their guests to respect their privacy and is in no mood to make their wedding an event of frenetic media coverage.
"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," a source told the daily.
Nitasha Gaurav, the lady behind Ranveer's fashion A-game, tweeted this out that further validates the reports!
No pictures but it was love personified to see them together today. Couldnâ€™t stop my tears, but these were tears of happiness and so I hope they never do. #DeepVeerKiShaadi #ranveerkishaadi #foreverlove
â€” Nitasha (@Nitasha22) November 12, 2018
Singer Harshdeep Kaur who was in attendance at Ranveer and Deepika's sangeet, shared a photo fromÂ theÂ wedding location inÂ ItalyÂ which she deleted later.
The pictures and videos from the wedding might remain masked because the wedding itself is a really closed affair with only 30 people on the guest list.
With wedding season in its full swing, it seems like the wedding bug has caught the entire Bollywood. Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh and Priyanka Chopra-Nick Jonas are the names you would literally see everywhere these days.
While Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are set to tie the knot in India and the wedding venue is in Jodhpur, Deepika and Ranveer chose to take their wedding overseas.Â
The Padmaavat actors' destination wedding will take place at a picturesque location in Italyâ€™s Villa del Balbianello in Lake Como. Deepika and Ranveer will reportedly host two lavish receptions in India â€“ one in Bengaluru and the other in Mumbai.