MUMBAI • Nobody wanted to be arrested as a guest who spoiled the private wedding of "DeepVeer", which is what the Indian media are calling for the glamorous couple Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh.
At an age of selfies and Instagram, photographs of traditional ceremonies were not leaked when the Bollywood superstars married in Villa del Balbianello on Lake Como, Italy, on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
It was only at the end of Thursday that fans finally made a smile when the newlyweds published two photos on their Twitter accounts of the event that was closed to the media.
The images showed a smiling Padukone, 32, and Singh, 33, wearing traditional Indian wedding clothing designed by the fashion designer Sabyasachi Mukherjee.
The photographs unleashed a torrent of online comments from famous Indian people.
Another Bollywood superstar, Priyanka Chopra, who will marry singer Nick Jonas next month, wrote: "Insanely beautiful."
While the wedding was out of bounds, the Indian media kept fans in the loop with live updates.
The groom was seen appearing in the wedding hall on a luxury yacht and dancing to tune in one of his films.
The Times of India reported that little detail was given, Italian resort staff still taught to speak in Konkani and Hindi so guests feel at home.
The food was served on banana leaves and a priest was flown from India. Costs were not spared, with reports that DeepVeer had reserved up to 75 rooms in the resort, each with a minimum cost of 400 euros (S $ 624) per night.
The couple, who reported that they started dating in 2013, but kept their relationship details largely out of the public eye, are prepared to have a short honeymoon before heading to India to host celebrations for their friends and people industry