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It’s a half century for Madhuri Dixit!

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Hindi film actress Madhuri Dixit turns 50 today. A bundle of talent, Mads is known for her expressions, dance and grace.

In fact, Madhuri Dixit Nene still remains relentlessly synonymous with her dancing prowess.

The actress has done a more than 100 movies in Bollywood, and has given many superhit movies. She debuted in Rajshri production’s ‘Abodh’ in 1984. After that, she worked with stars like Amitabh Bachchan, Anil Kapoor, Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan, Aamir Khan, among others.

In 1999, she got married to Sriram Madhav Nene and settled to New York. In 2006, Dixit returned to India with her family. She also came back to Hindi films with Aaja Nachle, Ishqiya and Gulaab Gang

She is also the only actor on whose name we had a film titled ‘Main Madhuri Dixit Banna Chahti Hoon’.

With films like Tezaab, Ram Lakhan, Dil, Saajan, Beta, Khalnayak, Anjaam, Hum Aapke hain Koun, Dil To Pagal Hai, Lajja, Mrityudand and Dedh Ishqiya, just few of the many award-winning films under her belt, she was the reigning queen of the box office for nearly two decades.

A trained Kathak dancer, she has been an icon for dancers of every generation. Madhuri was tagged as “choreographer’s delight” by Saroj Khan who choreographer most of her hit songs.

Here’s wishing her a very Happy Birthday!

IANS

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