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Kavita Didi's Indian food cart in Karachi is going viral, Pakistani vlogger's video on her wins hearts Karachi
Pakistani Hindu girl is running her Food cart in Karachi. Photo Courtesy: Screengrab of video shared by Karamat Khan's Instagram video

Kavita Didi's Indian food cart in Karachi is going viral, Pakistani vlogger's video on her wins hearts

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 12 May 2024, 03:11 pm

A Pakistani food vlogger has shared a video of a Hindu family that runs a cart named 'Kavita Didi Ka Indian Khana' in Karachi city which is winning the hearts of countrymen by serving mouth-watering Indian dishes that include vegetarian and non-vegetarian options.

Located close to Karachi's Cantonment railway station, it has become a popular destination among food lovers in the area.

Karamat Khan posted the video on Instagram and in less than a month it has earned 5,196 likes.

In his video, Khan shared his experience of eating Indian food prepared by the family.

Kavita could be heard saying in the video: "In India, Vada Pav and Pav Bhaji are very famous in Mumbi and today these foods are becoming popular in Karachi as well."

Khan who tried Vada pad for the first time in his life, appreciated the dish.

Meanwhile, Indian Instagram users appreciated the Hindu entrepreneur for her venture.

One user named Alisha said: " Lot's of love and respect from india sister."

"So uplifting!" said another Indian user.

Meanwhile, Pakistani Instagram users said the young businesswoman should be supported.

"All Pakistani should support our sister šŸ‡µšŸ‡°," wrote an Instagram user from pakistan.

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