Deepika-Ranveer wedding: Full details of the rituals of a Sindhi-style wedding of DeepVeer are here

New Delhi, News24 Bureau, Nov 15: Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone and now man and wife as the marriage was concluded in front of 40 premier guests in Italy’s Lake Como in a Konkani style. They will marry again today as per Sindhi rituals which is known as Anand Karaj. The popular rituals that are taking place during a Sindhi wedding, include ceremonies like haldi, garo dhaago, baraat, jaimala, palli pallo, hathialo, kanyadaan and phere among others. The couple appeared to be enjoying every moment of these elaborate ritualsThe first part of marriage ceremonies are over and the fans are eagerly waiting for the second part as, suggest sources, after that the newly-weds will post their picture.The lovey-dovey couple has tied the knot in a traditional Konkani ceremony yesterday, and today the couple will marry again in a Sindhi style. Only the immediate family members of the couple are present in the ceremony.In the meantime, a few pictures and a video shot from quite a distance are doing the rounds. These are the only pictures available of the fairy-tale wedding and the fans, as well as the media, are crying, "Ye Dil Mange More'.While the Konkani-style wedding was a serious and romantic one, the marriage today in Sindhi style will have the stamp of Ranveer Singh--loud and full of fun and frolic.According to a report in Pinkvilla Ranveer Singh would arrive with his baraat on a seaplane instead of a horse. This is a typical Ranveer Singh style; as he is known for his weird mannerism and whims. Remember his dressing sense. The experiment that he does with cuts, colours and designs are mindblowing--both in a positive and in a negative sense.A report says that since the resort is set against the foothills of the Alps, Ranveer found it more apt to arrive on a seaplane rather than the conventional horse.

The couple ensured that they will respect rituals of both families as the respective families are very traditional as far as the marriages go.