Ranveer, Deepika do not want wedding gifts

Ranveer, Deepika do not want wedding gifts

Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh, after 6 years of dating, are finally set to take the next step, as they are all set to get married on November 14-15. The wedding will be a strictly private affair and will have limited presence. The wedding will be followed up by two reception, one in Deepika Padukone's hometown Bangalore and the other one will take place in Mumbai on November 28.

Not only this, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone have asked their guests to not bring them any gifts and instead donate their money to Deepika's charity - The Live Love Laugh Foundation. "Both Ranveer and Deepika are deeply committed to the cause and want to involve all their guests in the good deed", mid-day quoted a source as saying. The duo will tie knot on November 13th and 14th as per their respective traditions. The adorable couple will host a lavish reception after coming back to India where we would get to see the crème-de-la-crème of the industry in full attendance.

At the CastaDiva resort for instance, any and all guests or visitors have to present a special wrist band while security guards cover up the camera lenses on mobile phones with stickers.

A report by Bollywoodlife.com has revealed that there will be separate menus at both the South Indian and the Sindhi wedding events. As fans are quite desperate to know each and every detail about the special day, here's another detail that will get the fans all excited. Vandana, who has planned lavish high-profile weddings in Italy and is known for the handsome decorations against ancient architecture, will be seen leaving no stone unturned to make the occasion special for DeepVeer.

We told you earlier that Bollywood singer Harshdeep Kaur and her team were performing at the sangeet. Deepika's father Prakash Padukone gave Ranveer a coconut and formally welcomed him to the family.

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