Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh tie the knot in Italy

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Now, since the four-day wedding ceremony is over, it's time for Ranveer and Deepika to come home. Oh!

Newly-weds Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are the talk of the town these days and people can't stop gushing over the couple's adorable wedding pictures.

One comment describes Deepika as "insanely beautiful'". The bride wore two bespoke Sabyasachi looks with a traditional yet fashion-forward feel for the twin weddings on November 14-15 - a saree for the Konkani ceremony, and a lehenga for the Sindhi ceremony.

Priyanka Chopra, who is set to tie the knot with American singer Nick Jonas next month, called her Bajirao Mastani co-stars "insanely beautiful" and "stunning". But the couple's last minute visit to Sanjay Leela Bhansali and Farah Khan before their wedding left many perplexed.

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Shilpa Shetty wrote, "Congratulations!" Badhai ho! Love you both! Anushka Sharma Kohli shared a heartwarming tweet, she wrote, "Wishing you both a world of happiness and a attractive journey together". From stealing hearts with their on-screen chemistry to making the fans go gaga over just the way Ranveer looks at his ladylove off-screen, they are undoubtedly one of the most-loved couples of Bollywood. "May the love and respect you have in each other, grow leaps and bounds and welcome to the club". It was a lovely picture. "For those of us who don't have a life partner it's a very "haiiiiiiiii" wala feeling!" He wrote, "Jashn E Ishqa". You both look gorgeous...

As soon as the newly married couple shared the photo, soon it has garnered more than 2 million likes.

Initial reports said the couple reportedly opted for a strict no-photos policy and urged guests not to post pictures on social media from the ceremony.