Twinning like they did during their private wedding ceremonies, both Ranveer and Deepika were dressed in Sabyasachi attires in beige and red silk wear. Ranveer wore a matching kurta and churidar bottoms with elephant printed red colour nehru jacket that matched with Deepika's heavy dupatta in similar hue. Deepika kept it simple too in long kurta and churidar in beige.
Deepika completed the look with gold jhumkas, neatly parted hair in bun and a very-much visible vermillion on her head (it is considered sacred for Hindu women to wear the sindoor, as a symbol of being married). The beautiful actress also was seen in chooda (a collection of bangles in red and white, another symbol of being married).
As they arrived at the Mumbai airport, a flood of camerapersons tried to get a glimpse of the dazzling duo. Ranveer escorted his bride safely to the car as he encircled her in his arms and walked in steps.
The two then made a quick dash to Ranveer's residence in Mumbai, where they stopped and posed for the cameras. Ranveer's parents were also spotted arriving at their residence and so was Ranveer's sister, Ritika.
Deepika and Ranveer tied the knot in both Konkani and Sindhi styles. They wed in Italy amid the presence of family members.
After getting married in a secret ceremony in Villa del Balbiano in Italy's Lake Como, the couple returned to Mumbai with bright smiles on their faces.