Deepika Padukone And Amrita Rao Are Rishteydaar Now!

You must have seen a lot of pictures of Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh at a wedding in the city going viral on social media. The duo attended the wedding of actress’ cousin brother, who has got married to Vivaah actress Amrita Rao’s cousin sister, making the two Konkani actresses rishteydaar

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Deepika Padukone And Amrita Rao Are Rishteydaar Now!
 A lot of pictures of Deepika Padukone, clad in a floral saree and Ranveer Singh in maroon and blue sherwani, were afloat social media, past one week. We had also got you an interesting picture of Ranveer carrying his ladylove’s sandals in his hand at the wedding. And now, we know a few interesting details about the shaadi.

It was Deepika’s cousin brother’s wedding, and the girl he got married to is Vivaah actress, Amrita Rao’s cousin sister, which makes Deepika and Amrita relatives now. Amrita was also a part of the wedding along with her hubby, RJ Anmol. The two couples also clicked pictures at the function, Check them out below:

The two Konkani beauties were clearly the highlight of this wedding as they were seen laughing together as they spoke in their native language, Konkani.

Amrita Rao, who got married to her boyfriend of 7 years, RJ Anmol in May 2016, has been missing in action since a long time now. She was last seen on the big screen in Prakash Jha’s multi-starrer, Satyagraha in 2013. Meanwhile, Deepika has just wrapped-up the shoot for Chhapaak in Delhi. We had got a number of videos and pictures from the shoot of the film, in the capital city. One of them grabbed a lot of eye balls, as a fan captured Deepika-Vikrant’s kissing scene video on a roof-top. Coming to the ladies turning into relatives now, we’re sure the families can now boast about having two beautiful Konkani Bollywood actresses as their rishteydaar.

Image Source:- Instagram/viralbhayani
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