The duo got married in Konkani and Sindhi style, which happened on November 14 and 15.
Ranveer Singh's plush residence in Mumbai has been decorated with lights to add more to the celebration.
The newly-weds are expected to fly back to Mumbai on 18th November.More news: Wayne Rooney to captain England in farewell friendly match against the USA
The first reception will be on November 21, second on November 24, 3rd on 28th and the fourth will be on December 1. Going by the handsome decoration with white lights adorning the trees and premises, it seems the Bhavnanis are expected to welcome her home in a grand manner. The wedding venue was also decorated in white flowers besides the guests who dressed up in shades of white for the Konkani nuptials.
As fans were left teary-eyed after watching their favourite couple get married, Ranveer's stylist Nitasha Gaurav shared the photos of the bride and groom with the caption, "Presenting the newly minted Mrs & Mr Ranveer Singh Bhavnani!"
Ranveer was the ideal partner for her in white kurta and dhoti.More news: Saudi Arabia says supports UN peace efforts on Yemen
Something that is pretty prominent in Deepika's picture from her Sindhi wedding is the kaleerein, which reminds us of Anushka and Sonam.
However, it was Deepika's dupatta that deserves a closer look. Deepika had worn a gold mathapatti along with gold and polka jhumkis and embellished necklaces that accentuated her traditional South Indian look to perfection.
The wedding ceremony of the two actors was nothing but dreamy.More news: Facebook's board says Zuckerberg was too slow to spot Russian interference
Deepika and Ranveer both wore Sabyasachi for their wedding ceremonies.