'Dhak Dhak' girl turns 51: From Hum Aapke Hai Koun’s Nisha to Devdas’ Chandramukhi, Madhuri Dixit continues to rule hearts
Updated On : 15 May 2018,01:59 PM
She is the dancing queen of Bollywood and one of the most loved actresses of all times. She has ruled the silver screen with her impeccable performances in film. There’s no prize for guessing that we are talking about Madhuri Dixit. The Dhak Dhak girl sent the audience into tizzy with her brilliant dance numbers, be it ‘Kay Sera Sera’ or ‘Choli Ke Piche’. As the Tezaab actress turns 51, let's have a look at some of her most memorable works in the film industry.
Madhuri Dixit played the role of an airhostess Shivani Chopra, who takes revenge from Vijay (Shah Rukh Khan) for killing her family and sending her to prison, in Anjaam. The dancing diva gave a convincing performance and made the audience feel the pain of Shivani. And who can forget the iconic dance number ‘Chane Ke Khet Me’? The song continues to remain a hit with the audience.
The Padma Shri awardee impressed the critics and audience with her strong portrayal of Saraswati in Beta. Despite the film being called Beta, Dixit carried the movie on her shoulder. The beautiful actress did the flick at a time when the concept of women-oriented films was not a norm. She won the Filmfare Best actress award for her acting performance in the drama film.
Hum Aapke Hai Kaun, the film brings back all the memories from the 1990s and is still watched by people, whenever it comes on TV. Madhuri played the love of the adorable Nisha in the Sooraj Barjatya directorial. The romantic comedy drama was the first film to cross Rs 1 billion. Madhuri and Salman cute yet sizzling chemistry made the fans go aww. The Aaja Nachle star was conferred with the National Film Awards for the Best Actress for HAHK.
Madhuri Dixit and Aamir Khan made waves among movie buffs with their chemistry in Dil. The Sajan actress played the role of Madhu Mehra, who marries Raja (Aamir Khan), despite opposition from their parents in the romantic drama. The Marathi Mulgi won the Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her riveting performance.
‘’Yun nazar ki baat ki aur ail chura gye, hum toh samjhe the bud, aap toh dhadkan suna gye''. This beautiful dialogue by Madhuri Dixit in Devdas is still etched in our hearts. The actress with a golden smile played the role of Chandramukhi with perfection in The Sanjay Leela Bhansali. Madhuri’s effortless acting and breathtaking dance made millions of hearts skip a beat.