People have been jumping in joy ever since the IT couple of Bollywood, Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, got married in Lake Como in Italy over November 14 and 15. The two tied the knot as per Konkani and Sindhi rituals. But seems like they didn’t follow the diktat for the Anand Karaj ceremony or so claims an Italian Sikh organisation. They have objected to the manner in which the Anand Karaj ceremony was conducted. As per a report in Times Of India, it is being alleged that Ranveer and Deepika’s Anand Karaj ceremony has violated the Sikh code of conduct as the Akal Takht strictly prohibits taking Guru Granth Sahib to a place other than Gurudwara.
President of Italian Sikh organisation has reportedly taken up this matter to Akal Takht Jathedar to seek help for further action. Akal Takht Jathedar has apparently responded that they will take the matter to five high priests once the complaint is registered.
Meanwhile, the newlyweds landed yesterday in India. The duo received a warm welcome by the media and their fans who had to wait for hours at the Mumbai airport. Amidst all the chaos at the airport, Ranveer was the dutiful husband who protected his wife, Deepika Padukone, as they made their way to the car.
Coming to the impending wedding festivities, Ranveer and Deepika aka Mr and Mrs Bhavnani, are hosting three grand receptions over the next few days. Their first wedding reception will be held on November 21 at Bengaluru, whereas, the other two ceremonies will take place at Grand Hyatt Mumbai on November 28 and December 1.