B-town celebs react to Deepika, Ranveer's reception attires

B-town celebs react to Deepika, Ranveer's reception attires

B-town celebs react to Deepika, Ranveer's reception attires

Ahead of the reception, Deepika and Ranveer shared this photo on their respective social media accounts. His bride, Deepika Padukone glowed in a golden Kanjeevaram handloom sari gifted to her by her mom Ujjala Padukone.

The menu for the evening reportedly features choice South Indian cuisine, and Deepika's mother Ujjala Padukone is said to have personally overseen all the arrangements.

During that time, Deepika got a tatoo of "RK" initials on her nape.

Ranveer Singh was a picture of happiness as he danced during the mehendi ceremony.

See more photos from the couple's reception here.

Deepika Padukone- Ranveer Singh Reception Newlyweds look REGAL and RADIANT in Bengaluru

- Ranveer and Deepika pose for the shutterbugs. Anil Kumble and PV Sindhu were among those on the guest list at The Leela Palace.

As expected, the couple was dressed in Sabyasachi outfits for all the functions and the designer, on his social media platforms proudly credited him for styling them "head to toe" in his signature ensembles.

The "Padmaavat" actors tied the knot at Lake Como in Italy in a traditional Konkani ceremony on November 14 and in a Sindhi wedding on November 15. The couturier took to Instagram to share the picture of the family. 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. Deepika's wedding sari was given to us by her mother - Mrs Ujjala Padukone. Congratulating the couple, Raveena revealed, "Touchwood!" Virat had chosen a garment from Rafhavendra Rathore's label.

Software major's philanthropic arm Infosys Foundation chairperson Sudha Murty, city-based biotech major Biocon's chairperson Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw were among the first ones to arrive for the reception.

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