Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, Image courtesy: Instagram
Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, Image courtesy: Instagram

Here's presenting you Deepika, Ranveer as Mr & Mrs

ANI | Updated: Nov 15, 2018 21:14 IST

New Delhi [India], Nov 15 (ANI): And the pictures are out! The wait has finally ended as Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have finally uploaded some beautiful snaps from their Wedding ceremony.
Taking to their official Instagram accounts, the newly married lovebirds posted some candid pictures which captured the happiness of the couple. The couple, who got married twice in Konkani and Sindhi customs, shared pictures from both the ceremonies.
Looking their ethnic best on their special day, the couple can be seen smiling their hearts out while performing the wedding rituals.
Dressed in a stunning red colored Sabyasachi lehenga for the Sindhi wedding, Deepika looked like a princess straight out of a fairy tale. A closer look at Deepika's lehenga, and you can see the auspicious blessing ' Saubhagyavati Bhava' printed all over the border of her dupatta.
Completeing the mandatory ethnic look, Deepika can be seen wearing traditional red chooda paired with a set of golden kalire. Sitting right next to her is her prince charming Ranveer singh, donning a matching Sabyasachi sherwani.

For their Konkani wedding, Deepika looked ethereal in red and gold silk saree with all the traditional jewelry including a heavy gold matha-patti. She can be seen holding a shagun ki thaali. The groom on the other hand picked an off white and gold kurta and dhoti paired with a traditional mundavli.

The two-day wedding ceremony that started on Wednesday, ended today. The Bollywood couple efficiently kept their nuptials under tight wraps, while the fans eagerly waited for a peek into their favourite couple's wedding.
Bollywood's 'Bajirao' and 'Mastani' have been inseparable since Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 'Goliyon Ki Raasleela' that was released in 2013. They had announced their wedding on October 21 after dating each other for quite a while. (ANI)