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Ranveer-Deepika to marry in Italy between November 12-16: Reports

The hype around Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding is just increasing by the day. According to a report in DNA, the couple has sent out messages to near and dear ones asking them to save the date. Those close to the lovebirds say that the wedding is likely to take place between November 12-16.

Just like Virat Kohli and Anushka Sharma, this is going to be a destination wedding in Italy. Ranveer and Deepika have asked their teams to ensure that their date diary is clear during that time.

A source says, "Ranveer's Simmba will be wrapped up by then. He might just have some patchwork left to do. Deepika, meanwhile, is in talks for various movies, but is yet to begin any project. Their brand endorsement duties will also be adjusted."

It's going to be a private ceremony. Ranveer and Deepika will host a grand reception in Mumbai, later.

"Both, Ranveer and Deepika, were keen to have a small ceremony. The wedding at a foreign destination will give them the privacy they desire. They will probably have a reception in Mumbai for their friends and colleagues. A few people from Bollywood like Arjun Kapoor, who is one of Ranveer's closest B-Town buddies, and Shah Rukh Khan, who is fond of Deepika, may join the celebrations in Italy. The rest of the wedding party will comprise the couple's family members and pals," the source told DNA.

Ranveer and Deepika grew close after shooting for Goliyon Ke Rasleela Ram Leela (2013), and have been going from strength to strength ever since. They worked together in Bajirao Mastani and Padmaavat, and their scorching chemistry in Bajirao left fans awestruck.

On the work front, Ranveer has just wrapped up the shoot for Gully Boy, and is working on Rohit Shetty's Simmba.

credits: India Today
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