Known as the 'Dancing Diva' of the Bollywood industry, her gracious moves set many heart's pumping with energy. With her recently launched online dance academy, the wonder woman has added a new light to 'Bollywood Dance'. Well, of course we are talking about Madhuri Dixit.
"Ek do teen" marked her entry to Bollywood. This chartbuster from the movie 'Tezaab' released in the year 1988 was choreographed by Saroj Khan. Another masterpiece choreographed by him was "Dola Re" from 'Devdas' which saw both Madhuri Dixit and Aishwarya Rai sharing a sizzling onscreen presence. "Maar Dala", her solo in the movie made many miss a blink. If one had to name a song which would skip their beat, it would of course be the sensuous "Dhak Dhak Karne Laga" and "Choli Ke Peeche Kya hai" from 'Beta' and 'Khalnayak' respectively. In fact these two songs still remain a hit and one cannot miss listening to this when at a Desi club.
"Chane ke Khet Mein" from the movie 'Anjaam' emerged as a dancer's favourite as Madhuri with her flawless dancing and apt expressions stole everyone's heart. The versatile dancer was roped in for "Key sara sara" with the famous dancer - both Bollywood and Kollywood - Mr.Prabhudeva for the movie 'Pukar'. The movie with around 13 songs was 'Hum Aapke Hain Kaun' and in fact all the songs sung Madhuri's praise for her expression and grace in her moves. "Didi tera dewar" was definitely a hit during the 90's, a favourite at many weddings too.
Her comeback in the movie "Aaja Nachle" and in fact the song titled in the same name gained her laurels. Her long break clearly did not stop her from not shaking those curves; as she made sure all the dance numbers in the song had something for every dancer to learn from. Her other hits ofcourse are endless.. Mera Piya Ghar Aaya" and "Dekha tujhe to" from 'Koyla' are of course amongst her best dancing hits.
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