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Madhuri to play gangster in Gulab Gang
The actress is all set to play the lead role of a gangster in Anubhav Sinha's home production Gulab Gang.
Benegal, Madhuri bag Raj Kapoor awards
Madhuri signs Bhardwaj's Dedh Ishqiya
Remo D'Souza wants Madhuri for next
Madhuri's website goes live
Madhuri inspires Chitrangada's look in Kaafirana
Madhuri's wax statue to be unveiled March 7
Madhuri searching for best school
Interview: Madhuri Dixit loves elephants
Jacqueline fuels rumours about relationship status
Gautam said he had two daughters, me and Kajol: Madhuri
Varun Bahl opens Couture Week; Madhuri cheers
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Madhuri makes a comeback with Aaja Nachle Madhuri in Devdas
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Madhuri to receive Dinanath Mangeshkar Award
Madhuri Dixit too gets waxed
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Madhuri Dixit returns to Mumbai after a decade
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Madhuri Dixit inaugurates Virtual Education System
Madhuri to romance Sanjay in Satte Pe Satta remake
Rani's sashtang before Madhuri
Madhuri at the Pearls Waves concert
Madhuri, Malaika, Yaana and the Jhalak... gang
Sab Madhuri Dixit banna chahte hain
Madhuri's charismatic smile
Trivia Quotes Filmography

Madhuri Dixit has been the muse for the famous Indian painter M.F. Husain

Madhuri Dixit married Shriram Madhav Nene, a UCLA-trained cardiovascular surgeon who practiced in Denver

Madhuri is a trained Kathak dancer

One of Madhuri's films, Hum Aapke Hain Koun, was in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the "Most Popular Indian Cinema" in history

In 2001, Madhuri won the National Citizen's Award in Delhi

Madhuri received the Padma Shri Award by the government of India which is the fourth highest civilian award

In March 2010, The Economic Times named Madhuri Dixit in the list of the "33 women who made India proud"

I hope I'm not sounding presumptuous or vain, but I think like Sridevi, I was another heroine who could break the barriers between the classes and the masses

I in no way influence the girl or the boy to make the decision. It has to be totally theirs, and the family has to decide totally on their own

It's so ironic. When you finally achieve recognition, you hide behind dark glasses
Good films flop, atrocious films do well. Uncertainty is the only certainty in this business
For me dancing is not just moving your arms and legs but basically it's a very spiritual experience. It's part of me and a second nature to me. You can say it is in my blood
I think home is where Im happiest. Home is when Im with my husband. Home is when Im with my little baby. Thats home to me. But home is also where my parents are, home is also where Ive grown up.... Home is also with millions of fans who love me for no reason
Madhuri Dixit was the reigning queen of Bollywood in the 90's and the dhak dhak girl has managed to impress critics in stellar performances in both mainstream and offbeat films. The actress is now in India and is ready to make a comeback.


Here's a look at her cinematic journey.