Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary tomorrow. Can you believe it's been a year to their blissful and beautiful Lake Como wedding? Since November 14th is a special day for the couple, they have planned to keep their anniversary celebrations very low-key. Ranveer and Deepika won't be hosting a big party for their industry friends or visiting a foreign land. Instead, the duo will seek blessings from the lord at the two holiest places of India. Their respective families will be accompanying them to Tirupati and Golden Temple. "Ranveer and Deepika will be leaving town tomorrow and they would be heading first to Tirupati and then to Amritsar with their entire family to seek blessings. On the 14th of November, they will be at Tirupati visiting the Balaji and the Padmavati temple and then fly to Amritsar to visit the Golden Temple on the 15th of November. The entire family will fly back to Mumbai on the 15th," an official statement by their teams read.
Ahead of their first anniversary, Deepika Padukone has given us a glimpse of how Ranveer is getting ready to look best on their special day. Sharing a picture of Ranveer getting beauty treatments at a salon, the actress captioned it as, "In preparation for his first wedding anniversary." In the Instagram picture shared by DP, we can see a face mask applied on Ranveer's face.
Check out Deepika Padukone's Instagram story here:
Opening up about her life after marriage, Deepika had told Filmfare, "I'm a lot more grounded now. I feel secure, I feel protected. When you're in a relationship, there's still a lot of nerves, you're still unsure, no matter how long you've been dating. I guess, the terms boyfriend and girlfriend sound frivolous. Somewhere, it doesn't carry that weight as marriage does. Today when we look at each other, there's a sense of responsibility."
Don't you feel Deepika & Ranveer are one of the cutest couples of B-town?
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