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Watch: 'Mithai Truck' and Filmi Dancing, That's How Emirates Celebrated Diwali In Dubai

The airlines will also be serving special Diwali treats to passengers flying with the airline from November 7 to November 10.

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Updated:November 7, 2018, 1:24 PM IST
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Watch: 'Mithai Truck' and Filmi Dancing, That's How Emirates Celebrated Diwali In Dubai
The airlines will also be serving special Diwali treats to passengers flying with the airline from November 7 to November 10.
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Diwali is a festival of colours, lights and sweets. And to bring out the sweetness of the festival, Emirates Airlines has come up with a special Mitai (sweets) truck in Dubai to spread some Diali cheer among locals.

On Tuesday, Emirates posted a video of the airline's staff opening the shutters of the truck and start distributing sweets at Dubai's famed Bollywood Parks and City Walks. Many, especially Indians living in Dubai were delighted by the gesture and indulged in some festive cheer. The truck travelled across the city, handing out traditional Diwali sweets and savouries to everyone.

To bring out the true flavour of India, some Emirates crew members even danced to foot-tapping Bollywood songs and participated in aking rangolis along with residents. The video has received a lot of appreciation on social media with many complementing the UAE-based airlines for its warm and festive gesture.

To add more cheer to festivities, Emirates will also be serving special Diwali treats to passengers flying with the airline from November 7 to November 10.

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