Ranveer Singh and his bride Deepika Padukone are back in Mumbai. Fans and the paparazzi waited with the bated breath to see the couple and we must say the wait was worth it. Deepika and Ranveer looked extremely adorable together as a couple as they were glowing with happiness. Despite the obvious tiredness, Deepika and Ranveer obliged their admirers and happily posed for the cameras. Deepika also wore sindoor.
The couple brought the otherwise busy Mumbai airport to a standstill as they walked hand-in-hand and waved at the camerapersons and fans amid loud cheers. Smile extending from ear to ear was seen on the lips of both Ranveer and Deepika, reflecting their sheer joy after tying the nuptial knot. The couple, who got married in Italian lakeside town of Como earlier this week, reached Mumbai and was spotted at Ranveer's home on Sunday.
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There were pictures from Ranveer's haldi ceremony and he was his usual goofy self. The first official pictures of the couple were shared by them late on Thursday evening. After that, in Mumbai they are said to invite their friends, family and media on November 28. Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh had two wedding ceremonies in Italy's Lake Como - the first one was as per Konkani rituals and the second one was in accordance with North Indian traditions.