The unprecedented hype around newly-weds Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh refuses to die down, and the latest snaps from the 'wedding of the year' are bound to fuel this excitement further.
Taking to their official Instagram accounts, the newly-married lovebirds posted some candid pictures which captured the happiness of the couple, who got married as per Konkani and Sindhi customs.
After loading their Instagram accounts with their Mehendi and Konkani wedding ceremony pictures, the newly-weds have given a sneak peek into their Sindhi wedding as well.
Looking their ethnic best on their special day, the couple can be seen smiling their hearts out while performing the rituals of Anand Karaj.
Dressed in a stunning-red coloured Sabyasachi lehenga for the Sindhi wedding, Deepika looked like a real-life Padmavati. Upon a closer look, one can see the auspicious blessing ' Saubhagyavati Bhava' printed all over the border of Deepika's dupatta.
Completing the mandatory ethnic look, Deepika can be seen wearing traditional red chooda paired with a set of golden kalire. Standing right next to her is her prince charming Ranveer in a matching Sabyasachi sherwani.
Surrounded by the newlyweds at the big fat Indian wedding are their family and friends.
The two-day ceremony also included a Konkani wedding, for which Deepika donned a red and gold silk saree with traditional jewelry including a heavy gold matha-patti. The groom, on the other hand, picked an off-white and gold kurta and dhoti paired with a traditional mundavli.
The newly-weds, today, jetted off to Bengaluru where the couple will host a wedding reception on November 21. After the event at Deepika's hometown, the couple will host their wedding reception in Mumbai at The Grand Hyatt on November 28, which will be attended by their industry friends, among others.
Deepika and Ranveer took off for their destination wedding on November 3. They tied the knot in Lake Como, Italy in a traditional Konkani ceremony on November 14, while a Sindhi wedding was organised on November 15, both of which were attended by close-knit relatives of the two actors.