We've all seen those iconic dances from famous Bollywood films, but not many of us will have been treated to a live performance on board a flight.
But that's exactly what the cabin crew did on a Finnair flight from Helsinki to New Delhi, to celebrate India's 63rd Republic Day.
A video, showing the smiling staff treating passengers to the choreographed routine, has become a hit on YouTube, receiving more than half-a-million clicks in just one day.
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Bollywood on board: The Finnair cabin crew performed the routine on a flight to Delhi
Helena Kaartinen, the flight attendant who came up with the idea, coordinated rehearsals and even enlisted the help of a former flight attendant friend in Mumbai, who is now a Bollywood teacher.
She uploaded videos of the team practising and expert Manish Gawde corrected the choreography ahead of the performance.
Ms Kaartinen told the New York Times: 'It was a good way to show respect.'
She said she was keen to show Indian passengers that the airline did know something about their culture.
The performance took place on a flight on January 17 and was uploaded to Finnair's YouTube channel on January 26 to mark Republic Day.