Ranveer Singh And Deepika Padukone’s Wedding Anniversary Timeline

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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone celebrated their first wedding anniversary yesterday. Check out the timeline of how they celebrated their wedding anniversary

Written By Drushti Sawant | Mumbai | Updated On:
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Deepika Padukone and her Ram Leela co-star Ranveer Singh tied the know a year ago on November 14, 2018. The ace actors exchanged their wedding vows in Italy. It has been reported that they had a Konkani wedding on November 14, and a Sindhi wedding on November 15. They also had their wedding reception in Mumbai a few days later.

In the preparation of the wedding anniversary, Ranveer Singh was seen visiting a salon for a quick clean-up. In a picture posted by Deepika on her Instagram story, Ranveer was seen sitting in a salon chair while getting a facial clean up. The picture had the netizen’s swooning over Ranveer’s gesture.

Ranveer and Deepika were spotted at Mumbai airport making their way towards their first destination. Deepika wore a casual ochre-coloured turtle neck sweater. Ranveer wore a black coloured t-shirt and paired it with a cap. The husband and wife duo wore a pair of fancy goggles at the airport.

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Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh along with their families were seen visiting the Tirumala Tirupati temple in Andhra Pradesh in order to seek blessings. Deepika was seen looking like a traditional Indian bride in a red and golden coloured saree. Ranveer, on the other hand, stole the hearts of the netizens as he wore a golden and white coloured sherwani. He completed the attire by pulling a red and golden cloth over his shoulders.

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After seeking the blessings at the Tirupati temple, the couple spotted at the Amritsar airport a few hours later. They left for Amristar the same evening to visit their second destination. The couple were clicked at the airport while a little fan tried to take a picture of the two.


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Deepika Padukone and husband Ranveer Singh along with their families visited the Golden Temple in Amritsar. Pictures surfaced of the two seeking their blessings at the holy place. Deepika wore a maroon coloured dress with heavy embroidery and covered her head with a similar coloured dupatta. Ranveer, on the other hand, wore a patterned maroon coloured salwar kurta and a floral traditional jacket.

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Deepika and Ranveer wore the traditional attired designed by ace designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee on both occasions. The two looked amazing as they attended the two places on their first wedding anniversary. Netizens complimented the two for respecting and having faith in both the cultures. They also complimented the two for blending their beliefs by visiting both Tirupati temple as well as the Golden temple.

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