Bollywood actors Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone are all set to tie the marital knot on 20th November this year at Lake Como in Italy. As per reports, their family members and close friends will be there for the ceremony.

The two have been dating for a few years now. They have acted together in several films, including Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela, Bajirao Mastaani and Padmaavat.

It is reported that a mere 30 people have been invited for the ceremony. The couple will also be hosting a grand reception in India.

Interestingly, the couple has decided not to bring their cellphones to the ceremony. They don’t want everyone to be privy to this special occasion.

No Cellphone In Ceremony

“They have asked guests to not bring their cellphones to the ceremony. Considering the fact that it will be a destination wedding, there will be fewer people and all the arrangements will be in place. While the two, in all likelihood, will share pictures with their fans eventually, they hope this step will help them guard their privacy,” a source told a daily.

“It’s a very special day for both Ranveer and Deepika, which is why they just want the close ones to be present for their wedding ceremony. Mostly it will be their families and a few close friends. The guest list consists of merely 30 people and that’s exactly how these two want it,” a source told Filmfare.

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The couple is busy wrapping up their projects ahead of the wedding. Ranveer will be working on the following three projects – Zoya Akhtar’s Gully Boy, Kabir Khan’s 83 and Rohit Shetty’s Simmba. On the other hand, Deepika will reportedly be seen in a special appearance in Aanand L Rai’s Zero.

Here’s wishing Ranveer and Deepika a lifetime of happiness!

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