Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh are getting ready to marry in a swanky two-day ceremony in Lake Como, Italy.
And, the Padmaavat actress sister, Anisha Padukone has decided to change her Instagram name to commemorate their wedding day.
Ahead of their nuptials, thought to be at Villa del Balbianello, the 27-year-old edited her handle to #Ladkiwale, which means shes on the girls side in the wedding.
She also added a little bride emoji to her name as proof.
Sibling goals or what?
Anishas 111k followers went into meltdown over her new moniker, which were guessing will change as soon as the wedding is done.
Youve changed your twitter name to #ladkiwali this is sooooo sweet of you, a fan commented.
I love how she changed her name to #ladkiwale sister of Deepika fyi, another said.
While an impressed Instagram user simply added: Yassssss #ladkiwale.
After six years of dating, Deepika, 32, and 33-year-old Ranveer are set to get married in Lake Como on 14 and 15 November – combining both their South Indian and Punjabi traditions in Italy.
Only around 30 people were lucky enough to score an invite to their big day, including Shah Rukh Khan and Harshdeep Kaur.
Ours must have got lost in the post…
However, the pair are thought to have implemented very strict no phone and no social media policies, to make sure their big day is as private as possible.
But some guests – aka Harshdeep – accidentally managed to break those rules before the ceremony even began.
According to reports, the singer shared a snap of herself and husband Mandeep Singh posing in front of Lake Como on social media, with the caption: What a beautiful day.
She was reportedly asked by the happy couple to take said picture down very quickly after…
The 31-year-old also uploaded a photo of herself on a plane on Instagram, telling her 214.8k followers: Off to a very special place for an even more special occasion. Arrivederci.
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