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Sergio Cunningham
November 20, 2018

The first photos from Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's mehendi ceremony have finally been shared by Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone on their respective Instagram accounts.

Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone at the Bengaluru airport today. The photos of Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's south Indian wedding are giving their fans goals.

DeepVeer just a while ago took to their social media handles to share pictures from their mehendi ceremony & wedding day. And now the pictures from their Mehendi ceremony have arrived. There was a Konkani-style wedding on November 14, and an Anand Karaj or Sikh wedding ceremony on November 15. Deepika wore two outfits - one of which was a gold kanjeevaram saree and the other was an ivory outfit.

The couple's fairytale wedding was all that B-town could talk about. Her lovely jewellery and the stunning mehendi. Ranveer shared pictures of the lovely Deepika getting henna applied on her hands.

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With such handsome pictures, we're only more excited to see the one awaiting from reception. Amidst us all, they stole a moment for themselves and when they both looked at each other and smiled, one knew it was as pure as any emotion could be: "LOVE", Vandana Mohan of the Wedding Design Company captioned a photo of the two.

The Padmaavat actors returned to India on November 18 and they headed straight to Ranveer's home.

Deepika appeared to be the happiest bride while the photos exuded Ranveer Singh's infectious energy. On November 28, Ranveer's family has a grand bash planned for their friends, family members and Bollywood colleagues at the Grand Hyatt in Mumbai.

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