Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh Visit Siddhivinayak Temple After Mumbai Reception

Deepika Padukone And Ranveer Singh Visit Siddhivinayak Temple After Mumbai Reception
Written by skymovies
New Delhi: 


  1. Deepika and Ranveer obtained married earlier this month
  2. They visited the Siddhivinayak Temple with their households
  3. Deepika and Ranveer wore coordinated outfits

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh visited the Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai on Friday. The couple made an look on the temple wearing coordinated outfits. Ranveer was wearing a kurta pyjama with matching Nehru jacket whereas Deepika opted for a protracted kurta with an embellished dupatta in the identical color as that of Ranveer’s outfit. Deepika accessorised with heavy chand balis and bridal chooda, which stood out in her look. The couple was all smiles as they waved to their followers and posed for the shutterbugs. After darshan, Deepika and Ranveer’s outfits had a further saffron drape.

Take a take a look at images of Deepika and Ranveer exterior the Siddhivinayak Temple in Mumbai:






The couple entered the temple premises amid excessive safety.



Deepika and Ranveer’s households additionally accompanied them to the temple. Deepika’s father Prakash Padukone and sister Anisha, and Ranveer’s father Jagjit Bhavnani alongside together with his spouse Anju and daughter Ritika have been additionally photographed coming into the temple.






Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh obtained married in Italy in a particularly personal ceremony. The couple married as per Konkani rituals on November 14 adopted by a Sindhi-style marriage ceremony on November 15.

They returned to Mumbai quickly after the marriage and some days later they travelled to Bengaluru for his or her first marriage ceremony reception. Deepika and Ranveer hosted a marriage reception in Mumbai on November 28 whereas a second Mumbai reception has been scheduled for December 1 for his or her colleagues from the movie trade.

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh have co-starred in movies reminiscent of Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastani and “Padmaavat” (during which they didn’t have scenes collectively).