Deepika, Ranveer to celebrate first wedding anniversary in Tirupati, Golden Temple

On November 14th, Deepika Paudkone and Ranveer Singh will complete first year of togetherness and the couple will fly to Tirupati and then on 15th they will be heading to Amritsar to pray at the Golden temple.

According to a source, “Deepika and Ranveer are going to celebrate their anniversary in the most beautiful and private manner. Ranveer and Deepika will be leaving town tomorrow and they would be heading first to Tirupati and then to Amritsar with their entire family to seek blessings.”

The source added, “On 14th of November, they will be at Tirupati visiting the Balaji and the Padmavathi temple and then fly to Amritsar to visit the Golden Temple on the 15th of November. The entire family will fly back to Mumbai on the 15th.”

After being in a courtship for six years, Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh exchanged wedding vows according to Konkani and Sindhi traditions at Lake Como, Italy. Both Deepika and Ranbir wore outfits designed by Sabyasachi Mukherjee at their wedding.

Ranveer said at an event how’s life after wedding, “I wake up on time, I eat on time, I go to work on time, come back on time, in short, I’ve become a good boy now.”

In an interview with Filmfare, Deepika told how life has changed after marriage with Ranveer, “I’m a lot more grounded now. I feel secure, I feel protected. When you’re in a relationship, there’s still a lot of nerves, you’re still unsure, no matter how long you’ve been dating. I guess, the terms boyfriend and girlfriend sound frivolous. Somewhere, it doesn’t carry that weightage as marriage does. Today when we look at each other, there’s a sense of responsibility.

She continued, “The way Ranveer held my hand on the day we got married, November 14 was different from the way he used to hold it earlier. Or maybe it was just a switch in my head. There’s a sense of responsibility, which I can’t explain. Now everything we do is ‘us’. Not to say that in marriage you should forget your individuality and independence.  But it’s also nice to know that today I share a home with someone. Even if he’s busy promoting his film, he comes back late at night. Even if he walks in at 4 am, he’s coming home. When you’re in a relationship it’s different. We didn’t want to live together and then see if we wanted to marry each other or not. We’re both traditional in that sense. Of course, as boyfriend and girlfriend you stay over, you go for holidays together but we used to come back and go to our own homes. We were clear that we’d start living together after marriage and figure life as we go along. Or else where’s the beauty in the discovery? So now we’re figuring things out. Like I’m figuring out his routine. I call him in the evening to check how his day is going and what time he’s coming home, what he will have for dinner… (Smiles) All of this is great.”