Deepika Padukone broke wedding tradition with her clothes: Is it fair enough
New Delhi : After a lavish wedding at Lake Como in Italy, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh had their post-marriage reception in Bengaluru and Mumbai. The love birds looked extremely gorgeous in all the functions including sangeet, mehendi, chooda ceremony, the Konkani wedding and Anand Karaj. But, Deepika's attire in Mumbai reception broke the wedding tradition. Here's how:
Coming to wedding in Italy, only the families and very close relatives of Ranveer and Deepika were present. All the functions that took place there were done with full rituals and traditions, be it Sindhi or Konkani. The couple looked their traditional best at all the functions.
Also, when they returned to India, they were a vision in ethnic wear. Deepika looked like a very happily married traditional Sindhi bride with chooda and sindoor. Even at their Bengaluru reception on November 21, Deepika opted for a traditional golden silk saree and clutched onto her Konkani roots.
But in Mumbai reception that took place on November 28, the newlyweds opted for colour-coordinated ivory outfits. Deepika was in her ivory chikankari lehenga by Abu Jani-Sandeep Khosla. And, her look depicts that she decided to break an archaic tradition with this one.
Generally, North Indian brides do not wear light colours like white, off-white, ivory and beige to their wedding and reception ceremonies. But, Deepika being the diva, she can manage to break rules. Can any other bride dare to do so?