Real life couple Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone is getting married on-screen this September in Homi Adajania's "Finding Fanny".
Ahead of the film's release on 12 September, the makers of the movie have revealed an exclusive video from the making of Padukone and Singh's wedding scene.
The two minute video shows Padukone in a gorgeous white wedding gown and the groom Singh in a French beard.
The wedding scene is set in Church, where Singh, who plays the "Chennai Express" actor's dead husband "Gabo", is seen gulping down a piece of their wedding cake, before he falls dead on the stairs. The scene will definitely be one of the major highlights of the film.
The video also shows Adajania explaining the actor how to enact the sequence and give the proper expression.
The "Dil Dhadakne Do" actor, despite making a guest appearance in the film, has undoubtedly gone into the skin of the character as he is seen displaying some hilarious sequences during the shoot.
The pair looks adorable as they get married and would definitely be a treat to the audiences, despite the fact that Singh and Padukone have earlier featured in Sanjay Leela Bhansali's blockbuster "Ram-Leela".
"Finding Fanny" features Padukone as "Angie", a Goan girl, and Arjun Kapoor as "Savio" in the lead roles alongwith Pankaj Kapur, Naseeruddin Shah and Dimple Kapadia as prominent characters. "Finding Fanny" is based on these five odd balls who go on a road trip to find their childhood friend 'Stephanie Fanny Fernandes'.
The film has already received good responses from the audiences with its recently released trailer and two songs, "Fanny Re" and "Shake Your Bootiya".
Produced by Saif Ali Khan under his banner Illuminati Films and distributed by Fox Star Studios, presents all the actors in a never seen before looks, thus making it a must watch movie.
The film is believed to be inspired by the movie "Letters To Juliet", which is a romantic drama starring Amanda Seyfried, Vanessa Redgrave, Gael García Bernal, Christopher Egan and Franco Nero. "Letters To Juliet" is also based on finding long-lost love.
Check out the making of the wedding from "Finding Fanny":