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Madhuri is back with ‘Satte Pe Satta’ Remake..!

After a long speculations on who would star opposite the prominent actor Sanjay Dutt in ‘Satte Pe Satta’ remake. It has been now officially announced that the beautiful actress, the dance diva, Madhuri Dixit is be the one who fits the bill. It has been speculated that the bindass hero Sanjay Dutt will play the role of megastar Amitabh Bachchan in the original cult classic and the diva will play the role of Hema Mallini in the original flick. The super hit jodi of Sanjay dutt and Madhuri Dixit have already spread their magic in the industry with the several hit films like ‘Khalnayak‘, ‘Saajan’ and ‘Thanedaar’.

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Well, it is for sure that the jodi will again re-create their magic in the big screen. ‘Satte Pe Satta‘ remake is being directed by Soham Shah and produced by Shree Ashtavinayak Cine Vision Ltd. in association with Sanjay Dutt productions. Madhuri Dixit has joined her hands with Indian cuisine’s global face Sanjeev Kapoor and they both have launched the latest food based reality show on Wednesday to hit Indian television ‘Food Food Mahachallenge’, which will be aired on the recently launched Food Food channel. The beautiful actress confessed that to launch it (the Food Food channel) has been a dream of her and now it has finally been realised. The channel will be all about the various emotions of food, with the addition of lifestyle, laughter, reality, travel, Bollywood and so on. So, it seems very interesting to see the diva again on the silver screen.

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Madhuri’s dance numbers enjoy a cult status

September 9, 2010 Leave a comment

Madhuri Dixit has been a wonderful actress of Bollywood. Her acting, her dance and her energy are appreciated often. She is a perfect dancer and that is why she is one of the favourite dancer of choreographer Saroj Khan. The dance numbers of Madhuri enjoyed a cult status which is rare to actresses of today. Madhuri’s “Choli Ke Peeche” song from the movie Khalnayak (starring Sanjay Dutt opposite Madhuri) made people swoon and go “ooh”.

Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit was an item girl in her own movie. Even in Khalnayak she did this song because no one else could have done that in a better way. Though there are few other actresses who appeared into several item numbers but they lack the charm and grace Madhuri had. Such actresses include Rakhi Sawant, Celina Jaitley , Mallika Sherawat etc.

Apart from Madhuri Dixit, one more name that has created legends in the world of Hindi Cinema is of Helen. We all remember her song “Mehbooba Mehbooba” from “Sholay“. Helen’s song used to inspire a lot of young dancers. Even today there are many dancers who want to dance in the way of Helen. The dance numbers of Madhuri Dixit and Helen remain iconic even today.

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Sanjay Dutt : “Madhuri should take complete retirement from the industry”

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Madhuri Dixit

There are millions of people who die to see Bollywood actress Madhuri Dixit to act in movies again except one that is Sanjay Dutt. Sanjay Dutt said that Madhuri Dixit should concentrate on her family rather than acting in the movies.

He said, he had worked in many movies with Madhuri, but today she is married, she is a mother of two lovely kids. So this is the first priority for her to take care of her family. She should take complete retirement from the industry.

Let’s see what will be Madhuri’s reaction after this statement of Sanjay Dutt.

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Madhuri with Sanjay Dutt

November 9, 2009 Leave a comment

The rebel actor of bollywood Sanjay Dutt and the powerful dancer of the 90s Madhuri Dixit have worked together in many films sharing great chemistry on-screen.

In Saajan, Sanjay Dutt played the role of a handicapped poet where he dedicated all his poems to Madhuri Dixit. Madhuri Dixit becomes a big admirer of the him without knowing him personally. The songs in the flick like ‘Jiye to jiye kaise bin aapke’, ‘dekha hai pehli baar’, ‘tu shayar hai’, etc, created storm on the silver screen.

Sanjay Dutt also acted opposite Madhuri Dixit in the film Khalnayak. It was an experiment done by Subhash Ghai by casting Sanjay Dutt in a negative role but the audience responded to the challenge. Jackie also did well in the film.

The other notable film of the successful pair includes Mahanta. In Sahibaan, Sanjay again acted opposite Madhuri as a second hero, where the romantic part was performed by Rishi Kapoor. The pair also acted in Thanedaar and Kanoon Apna Apna and the films are still appreciated by filmlovers.

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Madhuri’s dazzling performances

August 14, 2009 Leave a comment
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This 1989 Subhash Ghai entertainer saw Madhuri opposite his favorite co-star Anil Kapoor, re-inforcing one of the most enduring screen pairs to date. She was the demure grocer’s daughter; he, the corrupt cop with an agenda all his own. A full-blooded masala superhit that’s still great fun to watch.

One of Madhuri’s most critically-acclaimed performances came with this powerful 1997 Prakash Jha product.In a dark and socially relevant film about women’s rights, she infuses her character Phoolva with overwhelming vitality.

The controversial Choli ke peechche song remains this 1993 Subhash Ghai film’s highlight, but there was much more to it than that.Starring opposite Sanjay Dutt, Madhuri played Ganga, a policewoman masquerading as a dancing girl in her attempt at entrapment. A gripping ride.

It’s safe to say that Dixit was the finest thing in Sanjay Leela Bhansali‘s excessive 2002 adaptation of Sarat Chandra Chatterjee’s classic novel.Miscast in a film starring Shah Rukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai in the lead roles, she played Chandramukhi the courtesan with delicate fragility.

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Saajan -Must watch for All Madhuri Fans

June 5, 2009 1 comment
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You must watch, Saajan because it’s a surprisingly not-too-melodramatic and sweet love story-slash-romance, especially if you are a Sanjay Dutt and Madhuri Dixit fan. There is a lot of abominable early 90s styling (poor Madhuri!—her career was at its height during a truly awful time for clothing, hair and heroes) and
plenty of evidence that money does not buy taste.

But it’s good fun if you like light romantic fluff and can at least tolerate the cheesy excess.

Aman is a disabled orphan befriended (and defended) by young rich boy Akash Verma when all the other orphans torment him with his own crutch.

Akash’s parents (Kader Khan and Reema Lagoo—who is gloriously allowed to look her own age, and is beautiful) adopt Aman and treat him with the same love as they do their own son. Aman (Sanjay Dutt) grows up to be a sensitive poet while Akash (Salman Khan) grows up to be a happy-go-lucky womanizer, but they are still as close as any real brothers could be. Aman is shunned by the ladies because of his deformed leg and ugly face (this is all a little unbelievable since Sanjay—despite the unfortunate hair—is upright and tall, and very handsome if you ask me).

There are of course hair continuity issues throughout too. It wouldn’t be a) the 90s or b) a Sanju Baba film if there weren’t.

Aman pours his sad feelings out in his poetry, which is published under the pseudonym Sagar and has won him legions of fans. One such fan is Pooja (Madhuri Dixit), who writes letters to Sagar. We know she is special because his publisher tells us so, and also because when he writes back a wind machine blows his hair and papers about.

Also, when Pooja plays piano and sings, another machine swirls fog around her.

It doesn’t get any more 90s-special than that! Well, maybe this headboard tops it. Takes the wedding cake, so to speak.

Anyway, they fall in love through their extremely flowery correspondence, although Aman/Sagar doesn’t send Pooja a photo of himself when she asks for one, fearing that she’ll be repulsed by his hideous aspect.

Then Aman is sent to Ooty to work on a building project for his father; guess who owns a bookstore in Ooty with her Ma?

After the usual initial sparring, Pooja and Aman become friends but Aman is still too scared to tell her about his feelings, or that he is the poet she is so enamored with. It doesn’t help when some goondas who are after Pooja beat him up until the police arrive to rescue them. But just as he is about to screw up his courage and tell her all, Akash arrives and falls (literally) head over heels for her.

Once he has convinced Aman that he’s serious for once in his life, Aman decides to sacrifice his love for the sake of his brother.

Okay, so there is some melodrama. Aman tells Akash that Pooja loves a poet named Sagar and convinces him to pose as Sagar to win her. To be fair, Akash is a bit resistant at first.

But brotherly persuasion prevails, and we’re off and running. What could possibly go wrong? Will Pooja fall for the faux Sagar? Will Akash discover Aman’s sacrifice? What will he do if he does? Will
Aman’s ugly face and hopelessly crippled body ever stop repelling all of womankind?

It sounds dreadful, and to be honest I do feel like I shouldn’t like this film as much as I do. But the characters are well drawn, and Sanjay Dutt is a good actor (especially when contrasted against
Salman’s chest-thumping emoting), which lends credibility to Aman’s insecurities and makes you want to root for him. Madhuri is good too as clueless Pooja, clinging to an ideal so tightly that she can’t see
the true love right in front of her, and as sparkly and beautiful as she usually is. Laxmikant Berde as servant Lakshmi is a huge improvement on Johnny Lever for comic relief too.

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Madhuri Dixit’s Filmy Feat

March 28, 2009 Leave a comment

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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.


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