Deepika Padukone-Ranveer Singh Wedding: Actor's Friends To Rip Off His Clothes, As Per Sindhi Custom
No kidding! As part of a traditional, yet unconventional Sindhi custom called Saanth, Ranveer’s closest friends and relatives will rip off every single piece of clothing from his body, before he exchanges wedding wows with ladylove Deepika Padukone
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There’s way too much excitement around Ranveer Singh and
Deepika Padukone’s wedding that has got everyone (but the couple in question)
talking. Yesterday, we brought you exclusive details about Ranveer Singh’s
hush-hush Bachelors Party in Orlando, and today we have a
scoop from their big fat wedding ceremony, slated for November.
A source close to Ranveer, whispered in our ears, that as part of a typical Sindhi custom called Saanth, Ranveer’s closest friends and relatives will rip off all his clothes, before the couple exchanges wedding wows.
Ranveer Singh And Deepika Padukone
Shocked? Don’t be. It’s not just our movies, that are (in)famous for their larger-than-life portrayal of characters and situations, off-screen too our stars love a bit of boisterous.
Talking about Saanth, it’s a traditional yet unconventional Sindhi wedding custom, where the groom-to-be’s closest friends and relatives first oil his hair. He is then made to wear a shoe, only on his right foot and then break an earthen pot with that foot. The madness ensues, soon after.
This is the point when the groom’s, ie, Ranveer Singh’s clothes will be torn off. Yeah, nothing gentle or classy about it! It will be loud and uncivil, accompanied by generous hooting and shouting. It might not sound pleasing, but those who have witnessed it reveal that it’s a lot of fun. It’s a custom that has passed on over generations, and is still followed in most traditional Sindhi weddings.
Apparently, the ritual signifies a new beginning, and breaking off from the clutches of singlehood. Though, we are sure Ranveer has seen the custom being practised in family weddings before, but is he prepared for the madness?
SpotboyE.com has been bringing you news, scoops and even the social media buzz surrounding Ranveer-Deepika's impending wedding. One of the important pieces being Deepika indulging in shaadi-shopping with her mom in Mumbai and Bengaluru. It will be a mammoth occasion for both families; steamy love is reaching its logical conclusion after 7 years (Deepika and Ranveer started dating in 2011).