Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's sangeet ceremony and the mehendi ceremony kick-started on November 13 afternoon with some of the most famous names in the industry attending the event.

According to a report in Deccan Chronicle, after exchanging rings, Ranveer professed his love for Deepika and delivered an emotional speech - after which Deepika had an emotional breakdown. Well, knowing Ranveer, he immediately hugged Deepika and consoled her. Ranveer also went down on his knees reaching out for the hand of his lady love aka Deepika.


Yesterday, the couple exchanged rings at the traditional Konkani ceremony - Phool Muddi and engagement ceremony. After exchanging rings in the presence of 40 people, the ring ceremony was followed by a formal sit-down dinner. Amid all the dhol, music and dance, the Padukone-Bhavnani family, along with the guests, had a fun time dancing to Bollywood music and Ranveer Singh even sang a song for his lady love - Tune Maari Entry from his film Gunday. 

As per the reports, Deepika donned a white dress whereas Ranveer opted for a black suit. The mehendi and sangeet ceremony took place at the luxury resort CastaDiva by the picturesque Lake Como, Italy.

According to Mid-Day, Deepika-Ranveer welcomed the guests personally at the entrance of the resort, which was all lit up. The guests were categorically requested not to share any pictures from the function. The couple will tie the knot today and the bride and groom will wear colour-coordinated outfits in the shades of white and gold. The wedding will be according to Konkani traditions. It is said that Shah Rukh Khan, Farah Khan and Sanjay Leela Bhansali have already arrived at the venue. 

Security at the wedding venue and their hotel where the families are staying are said to be extremely tight. 

According to Bollywoodlife, all the visitors at the CastaDiva resort are said to be wearing a special wristband while security guards are covering up the camera lenses on mobile phones with stickers. Even on the Como Lake itself, numerous security boats patrol just outside the perimeter of the property to deter snooping photographers and paparazzi determined to leak intimate moments from the wedding. India Today, who is already at the venue, also reported that they have a no-drones policy in place.

As per a report in Pinkvilla, the couple has taken insurance for four days from November 12 to 16. The insurers are Oriental Insurance. The firm did confirm that they are safeguarding the wedding but did not disclose the amount.