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Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone will be tying the knot at Villa del Balbianello in Italy in just few hours. While the pre-wedding festivities have already kickstarted, the couple have taken some strict measures when it comes to security in and around their wedding venue.
Earlier, we had reported that DeepVeer have a strict no mobile policy at the wedding to make sure that no pictures from the functions get leaked on the internet before the couple officially posts their wedding photos. Now, we hear that they have allotted special wrist bands to the guests and have boats patrolling to ensure utmost privacy-
Guests Given A Special Wristband
An ANI report stated that all the visitors at the wedding will have to present a special wristband before entering the venues.
DeepVeer Did This To Prevent Pics From The Wedding From Getting Leaked
The security guards have been asked to cover up the camera lenses on mobile phones of the guests with stickers.
Patrolling Boats At The Wedding Venue
Even on the lake itself, numerous patrolling boats have been stationed outside the property to ensure that no snooping photographers get a chance to leak any picture from the wedding.
The E-Invite Bears A QR Code
We also hear that the e-invite of the guests bears a QR code that will be scanned at the entry.
After their mehendi and sangeet ceremony which took place last night, Ranveer and Deepika will be taking pheras in a traditional South Indian-style wedding today, and thereafter, they will take the vows again in an Anand Karaj ceremony.