Deepika shared that the guests were asked to leave behind their phone so that they could truly enjoy the ceremony and not end up clicking pictures. “Privacy was secondary. The reason we asked our guests not to have cell phones was because we wanted them to be present in the moment. Usually, everyone is on their cell phones, capturing the moment.”
She also added, “These moments should be in your mind and heart as they’re never going to come back. Every single guest, I kid you not, is so thankful. People who’ve never danced in their lives were on the dance floor. People who’ve never tasted alcohol were tasting wine. That’s how free people were”
The ‘Piku’ actress revealed how emotionally present people were, and didn’t have any choice but to talk to each other. “Since we were a small group of just uncles, aunties, cousins and friends we could ask them to leave their phones behind. Everyone who has meant something to us in our life was there. They understood where we were coming from.”
Meanwhile, on the work front, Deepika Padukone will next be seen in Pathan, Fighter, Mahabharata, The Intern, Nag Ashwin’s next, Shakun Batra‘s next. She will also be sharing the screen space with hubby Ranveer Singh for Kabir Khan’s ‘83.