SpiceJet flight attendant dances her heart on empty flight to AR Rahman’s ‘Urvashi’

No matter how many benefits the flight crew enjoy, the job always involves a lot of hard work. The crew must be accessible at all times to assist passengers, pilots and other flight members. But when they find an empty flight, how can they miss a chance to dance. An empty flight aisle is nothing less than a flight deck or dance floor for the cabin crew. A video recently went viral on social media, where a flight attendant identified as Uma Meenakshi can be seen moving and grooving to the tunes of the famous Bollywood song “Urvashi”.

Meenakshi, a cabin crew for SpiceJet, recently posted a reel on Instagram. She can be seen wearing a tight red and black uniform and dancing to the famous “Humse hai Muqabala” act. The combination of Meenakshi’s expression and AR Rehman’s energetic count has left internet users spellbound. “Relax,” she captioned her video.

The Reel has been around the internet since its publication and has received over 7,000 likes on the social media site. This recent video has aroused the interest of Internet users. Love and fire smack emojis quickly made their way to the comments section.

Rahman Urvashi’s song was included in famous director Shankar’s Tamil film, Kadhalan, released in 1994. The song featured actor Prabhudeva dancing in the streets of Chennai in the film.

Previously, Meenaksidance danced to the song Navrai Majhi from Sridevi’s 2012 film English Vinglish.

This is not the first time that an empty flight has served as a dance floor. Earlier, another video of an IndiGo flight attendant became popular. In this video, the hostess sang to the tune of the Sinhala viral song “Manike Mage Hithe”. Another IndiGo airline flight attendant was seen dancing to the viral song “KiDi-Touch it” a few days ago.

The flight aisle also seems to be becoming a source of inspiration for many influencers, including Samyuktha Hegde.

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