'Diwale dulhaniya uda le jayenge' - Fans swoon over Tom Holland and Zendaya's virtual desi wedding

    Fans are flipping their lids over Tom Holland and Zendaya's dream Bollywood-style wedding, at least in fan art form! With the internet divided on 'Peter Bhai Parikh' and 'Zen-Dayaben,' we look back on this viral sensation that racked up over 5.7 million views!

    'Diwale dulhaniya uda le jayenge' - Fans swoon over Tom Holland and Zendaya's virtual desi wedding

    Honey, grab the popcorn because when it comes to love in La La Land, nothing beats the MCU's IT couple, Tom Holland and Zendaya! As reported by Koimoi, their romantic dalliances on-screen as Spider-Man and MJ already had us swooning. But the interwebs did something better — they put a ring on it, or in this case, a sherwani and lehenga!

    Although these lovebirds haven't dropped the "L-bomb" officially, they've been fueling the 'ship with cryptic social media posts. One fan, Vaibhav Tiwari, took it to another level by envisioning the duo in a Bollywood-worthy, desi-typical Indian wedding. Tom Holland looked dashing in a red sherwani, while Zendaya served major bridal vibes in a stunning lehenga choli, complete with traditional jewelry. The internet had a field day, folks, and the video soared with over 5.7 million views and 738k likes!

    One user chimed in with "Diwale Dulhaniya Uda Le Jayenge," giving the whole spectacle a Bollywood twist. Another quipped, "Spiderman: Mandap Coming," as if our Spidey senses weren't tingling enough! Comparisons flew left and right, with Tom Holland likened to Shah Rukh Khan and Zendaya to TMKOC’s Daya Ben. Yep, you read that right!

    So where did it all start? During the filming of the first MCU Spider-Man, Tom and Zendaya's chemistry was so palpable that it set tongues wagging from the get-go. Although their lips are sealed about their real-life rendezvous, they're undoubtedly one of the most adorable pairs in Marvel history.

    It's a good time to be alive and shipping in the MCU, but let's not forget that this is still an 'unofficial' affair — both on and off-screen. And while we’re on the topic, are you Team Peter or Team Zen-Dayaben? Because let's be honest, folks, we're all down this rabbit hole together.

    (Several parts of the text in this article, including the title, were generated with the help of an AI tool.)