The ones who don't know should be aware of the worst floods faced by Italy in a decade. The European country was tackling a rather serious situation and cities were devastated by sudden storm and floods. As much as 75 percent of the iconic city of Venice was submerged under the water and situation was quite grave. While October - November is an ideal time to visit the country since the crowd is comparatively lesser, residents were shocked by this sudden natural calamity and high water level rise. And with this shocking turn of events, we are curious to know if this critical condition would affect Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh's upcoming wedding in the country. Did Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone Choose November 15 As Their Wedding Date for This Reason?
There are reports that Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone will tie the knot at the scenic locale of Lake Como in Italy. While this particular area was not really affected by the current situation, let's not ignore the fact that Venice is barely four hours away from it and there are chances that the location may suffer from its after-effects. While the condition is under control and their routine is coming back on track, weather forecast still predicts rains in those areas. With a situation as alarming as this, is it really safe to travel to Italy during this time? When Ranveer Singh Followed Deepika Padukone With All the Love in His Eyes and the Iconic Flower in His Mouth.
The situation in Venice till last week
Local authorities have warned tourists against non-essential travel but the residents there insist that the worst flooding is now over. "Two days after this emergency, the city is back to normal. Museums and galleries are open. Public transport is regular. Don’t cancel your holiday whatever you do," says Telegraph UK's Venice travel expert and we are so glad to hear it. This Fan- Made Rangoli of Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh Is Just the Right Way to Celebrate Diwali - See Pic INSIDE.
Lake Como Weather forecast next week
While travelling to Italy is safe, we wonder if Deepika-Ranveer's wedding prep will be affected in any way. Though the couple plans on taking only a handful of guests for their destination wedding, we suggest them to take additional precautions. We are glad Lake Como didn't face the wrath as other Italian cities like Sicily or even Venice and we hope the weather in the country gets better.