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This is what Aamir said about Madhuri

September 4, 2010 Leave a comment

Recently there was a moment when few of the interesting Bollywood personalities gathered at a place and shared their views on various topics. It was the occasion of the mahurat of the movie Double Dhamaal. The movie Double Dhamaal is a sequel of Dhamaal. But Aamir Khan, who was present on the occasion,created a laughter “Dhamaal” by saying something for Madhuri Dixit.

Aamir Khan and Madhuri Dixit

Aamir Khan and Madhuri Dixit

Aamir Khan has worked with Madhuri Dixit in one movie only and that is Dil while Anil Kapoor has also been seen with Madhuri in several movies. Now when Aamir was asked how it was working with Madhuri Dixit, the actor replied quickly that she is a fantastic actress. And Aamir said that he wonders why he never worked with her ever again. The actor even said that he thinks that even Anil has done very few movies with her. On this Anil replied that he has done “only” 13-14 movies with her. Aamir reacted quickly and said that now he knows why he did only one movie with Madhuri because Anil kept her away from him. After this comment of Aamir, there was a huge laughter.

The mahurat of Double Dhamaal was marked with the presence of Indra Kumar, the famous director of Bollywood, Ashok Thakeria, the famous Bollywood producer, Mr. perfectionist Aamir Khan, talented Anil Kapoor and others. In fact both Aamir Khan and Anil Kapoor have worked many times with director Indra Kumar and producer Ashok Thakeria. Both Kumar and Thakeria were also celebrating 25 successful years as business partners along with the mahurat of the movie.

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Dil a 1990 Bollywood movie that starred Madhuri Dixit, Aamir Khan, Anupam Kher, Saeed Jaffery talked about the age-old story of love between the rich and the poor, with a small minor difference. Madhuri Dixit played a rich man’s daughter and Aamir Khan a not-so-rich scrap dealer’s son.

Madhuri and Aamir in Dil Move

Madhuri and Aamir in Dil Move

Aamir Khan‘s father is a miser and refuses to part with a single penny. Anupam Kher plays Hazari Prasad who values money the most, placing it above relationships. The movie also showcases the story of two lovers Aamir Khan and Madhuri Dixit that how they face hurdles in the form of unrelenting fathers. In the end, everything falls in line of course. The movie was a superhit and was directed and produced by Indra Kumar


Best of Madhuri Dixit Films

August 26, 2009 Leave a comment

Ah, the breakout film! This 1988 N. Chandra movie brought Madhuri to the forefront, kicking things off for Bollywood’s biggest female superstar. Opposite Anil Kapoor, the duo never looked back and the crowd couldn’t get enough of the bright-eyed Ek do teen girl.

Madhuri Dixit

Thanks to ace choreographer Saroj Khan, Madhuri’s always had memorable songs. This 1992 Indra Kumar film featured the provocative smash, Dhak dhak karne laga. A deceptively strong drama, Beta revolved around son Anil Kapoor’s superstrong bond with mother Aruna Irani, a tie that choked Madhuri as his lover. Until she spurred him on to fight back.

Dil To Pagal Hai
In 1997 came a dream romantic project. No one directed a love story like Yash Chopra. No man was finer at it than Shah Rukh. In stepped Madhuri in this Shiamak Dawar-choreographed musical. Chopra directed with restraint and finesse, and a highly polished script makes this a very watchable film. The chemistry between the lead actors is palpable, resulting in a product that made a whole new generation fall in love with Mads.

Indra Kumar’s 1990 film is one of those that would be much more palatable if Madhuri wasn’t wearing those ridiculous clothes.Still, the story of young love serves as testament to the dazzling actress, as she constantly steals the show from co-star Aamir Khan, winning a well-deserved first Best Actress award in the process.

Madhuri Dixit in Dil

Hum Aapke Hain Kaun
The biggest film in Bollywood box office history, this one’s a justifiably popular pick.Sooraj Barjatya’s 1994 slice-of-wedding-cake
film starred Madhuri Dixit and Salman Khan as innocent and carefree kids who can’t help falling in love. Madhuri’s Nisha was stunning, enthused, plucky and irresistible. The situation goes from heavenly to godforsaken, and while the end remains a stretch, the film broke new ground and changed Bollywood convention forever.

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Madhuri Dixit’s Filmy Feat

March 28, 2009 Leave a comment

Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit has played a successful feat in her filmy career. Trace the best and the biggest hits of Madhuri Dixit’s career as an Indian bollywood actress.


Tezab (1988) Tezaab was the first commercial success Mad’s enjoyed at the box-office. The film opposite Anil Kapoor is remembered for Ek Do Teen…number of Madhuri, more than anything else.She received her first Filmfare nomination for Tezaab.


Parinda (1989) Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s movie was among the turning point in reality in Hindi cinema, as the theme of the film discusses the real life of Indian underworld gangsters and the general life of residents in the city of Bombay (now Mumbai), first time ever. Madhuri (as Paro) as the love interest of the male protagonist was superb in the romantic song Tumse Mil Kar…


Dil (1990) Dixit starred in Indra Kumar’s romantic-drama Dil , alongside Aamir Khan. She played the role of Madhu Mehra, a rich and spoiled young girl who falls in love with Raja, played by Khan, and later leaves her house in order to marry him. The film became one of the biggest box-office hits of the year in India, and Dixit’s performance earned her the first Filmfare Best Actress Award of her career.


Saajan (1991) The musical hit was incomplete without Madhuri Dixit’s songs and dances. Saajan really belonged to Madhuri.


Prahar – (1991) This film was hard-hitting and realistic mockery on corruption, extortion, apathy, greed prevalent in society. Madhuri palyed the role of Shirley, a young woman who loses her fiancee in war.


Beta – (1992) The film featured the pairing of Madhuri Dixit with Anil Kapoor, who were previously paired in Tezaab and Parinda. The film is perhaps best remembered for the hit song “Dhak Dhak Karne Laga “, which earned Madhuri Dixit her nickname as the “Dhak-Dhak Girl” (“dhak-dhak” =heartbeat) . Beta won four Filmfare Awards including Best Actress Award for Dixit.


Khalnayak – (1993) The film is remembered for Sanjay Dutt’s impressive bad boy performance, and the hit, yet controversial song “Choli ke peeche” which is deemed as the one of the Best Sensuous songs of Indian cinema. The 8 minute song was appreciated for Madhuri Dixit’s swaying dance moves.

Hum Aapke Hain Koun

Hum Aapke Hain Koun – (1994) Hum Aapke Hain Kaun! became one of the biggest grossers ever in the history of Hindi cinema. It went on to collect over Rs. 650 million in India and over Rs. 150 million overseas , and won Dixit her third Filmfare Best Actress Award.


Raja – (1995) The film marked Sanjay Kapoor’s debut in Bollywood, and was appreciated by critics as well as audiences, becoming one of the biggest hits of the year. Madhuri Dixit received a Filmfare Best Actress Award nomination, and won the Star Screen Award Best Actress.

Dil To Pagal Hai

Dil To Pagal Hai – (1997) After an unsuccessful year in 1996, Dixit appeared as Pooja in Yash Chopra’s Dil To Pagal Hai (1997). The film was a major national success, both critically and commercially, and Dixit won her fourth Filmfare Best Actress Award.


Devdas – (2002) “Maar Daala” song from Devdas, have received abundant critical acclaim for Madhuri’s dancing prowess.

Madhuri’s itinerary of her visit in 2009

February 23, 2009 Leave a comment

Madhuri Dixit

In 2008, Madhuri was awarded the Padma Shri, India’s fourth-highest civilian award, by the Government of India. She was also nominated for the 2008 Filmfare Best Actress Award forher role as Diya in Aaja Nachle and for the 2008 Stardust Star of the Year Award – Female, also for Aaja Nachle. And she was honored at the IFFLA Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles.

Madhuri Dixit is currently in Mumbai with her family and she was also the Guest of Honour at the International Kite Festival held at The Club in Andheri, Mumbai on Sunday.She was spotted there flying kites with her own children.TV celebrity Pooja Bedi were among others

Madhuri atSixteen: Nine International Film Festival

Former Bollywood superstar Madhuri Dixit was the chief guest at the Sixteen: Nine International Film Festival of Usha Pravin Gandhi College in Vile Parle, Mumbai. The former Bollywood superstar gave away the awards at the end of the 2 day festival.

Along with Madhuri Dixit, hottie Imran Khan, producers Sanjay Gupta and Ravi Chopra, director Goldie Behl and veteran actress Shabana Azmi
will also give away some awards, according to the official website of the festival. Directors Aziz Mirza and Anurag Kashyap inaugurated thefestival. Hard Kaur performed at the finale.

Aamir Khan was the Chief Guest at the festival last year and gave away the prizes in different categories. He said he doesn’t attend award ceremonies but this was different as it was done by students and he couldn’t say no because he was a student of Narsee Monjee (NM) College. He promised he would keep himself free this year as well to attend the festival. Unfortunately, that has not happened because he is busy shooting for Raju Hirani’s 3 Idiots in Bangalore. He will be coming to Bombay today for a few hours to attend the Ghajini success party and to wish nephew Imran whose birthday is on 13 January.

This film festival is the property of Usha Pravin Gandhi College in Vile Parle. Now in its second year, it showcases short films, documentaries and other films made by budding filmmakers from all across the globe. Seminars on different aspects of cinema are held by experts from those fields during the course of the two day event. The finale comprises the awards distribution and a musical performance.

We have seen how she made it to Randhir Kapoor’s B’day party and inaugrated Hair and Make-up Fashion week.

Madhuri will also be on the Unforgettable Tour as it tours India in mid 2009. The Unforgettable Tour in India will be held in Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai and Kolkata.


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