Bollywood meets Hollywood as Indian stars Wednesday in Italy

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The couple got married in a South Indian wedding - as per Konkani rituals - on Wednesday and another wedding ceremony - as per Sindhi traditions - is expected to happen today or is now underway as we speak. Check out the pictures below. Prakash Padukone arrives at Deepika's wedding.

Deepika and Ranveer fans who are waiting for their photos to be out, need not worry since insiders reveal that Deepika and Ranveer will share images from their wedding around 6-7 pm.

However, she was instantly asked to delete the picture from her social media account, thanks to the triple-layered privacy system at the location.

The pair have yet to comment or release pictures from the event which was closed to the media. While Deepika is a Konkani, Ranveer belongs to a Mumbai-based Sindhi family.

The former India team coach said that it is a moment of pride whenever he is referred to as Deepika's father. "While Deepika got done a designer Mehendi, Ranveer Too has got done a little design on the hand with #DeepVeer written!"

The actors, adored for their on-screen chemistry in movies like "Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela" and "Bajirao Mastani", as much as for their off-screen chemistry, left for the wedding revelry to Italy last week.

Two wedding receptions have reportedly been planned for the newlyweds once they return from their Italian nuptials - one in Deepika's hometown Bengaluru on November 21 and a grand Bollywood party in Mumbai on November 28.

Reports claim that Deepika teared up during one of Shubha Mudgal's attractive thumris. Talking about his wife Deepika Padukone, who was born on January 5, 1986, she is a very emotional person and loves her family a lot. A lot of them are taken from afar and capture wedding guests. Ranveer Singh has enjoyed the most at the Mehendi ceremony. "He ensured she was smiling again with all his insane love antics". "They have set such unbelievable benchmarks that both I and my sister (Anisha Padukone) would like to follow".