Deepika-Ranveer Wedding: Did Karan Johar Just Confirm This Bollywood Couple's Shaadi?

Even after Kabir Bedi's admission on social media, if there was still a doubt about the Ranveer Singh-Deepika Padukone wedding, Karan Johar seems to have confirmed it. Well, almost! The man who knows everything about everyone in Bollywood had this to say when asked about the DeepVeer wedding rumours

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Deepika-Ranveer Wedding: Did Karan Johar Just Confirm This Bollywood Couple's Shaadi?
Karan Johar is privy to Bollywood’s inside news and gossip. When he says something, it’s a given that it’s authentic information. And now he has something to say about the most talked about union in Bollywood. We’re talking about Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh’s wedding whispers.

During a recent interaction with a section of the media, when Karan was asked if DeepVeer were getting married and if he could reply with a 'I Deny or I Accept', KJo quickly said he is not denying the news. Guess it confirms the news pretty much, doesn't it?

Last month, Kabir Bedi had taken to social media and confirmed the news of the wedding. He had wished Deepika and Ranveer for their wedding on November 20 in Italy. was the first to inform you that the lovebirds will have a November wedding. Deepika has been seen flying in an out of Mumbai quite often to help her parents in Bengaluru with the wedding preparations. She has also been spotted jewellery shopping at Bandra. Ranveer, on his end, has booked an apartment in the same building where his parents stay. It is being said that Ranveer's mother is personally handling the interiors for their new house.

With so much happening, Deepika has taken a brief hiatus from work after Padmaavat. However, Ranveer is trying to wrap up Simmba as soon as possible, so that he can be free for the wedding preparations.

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