Happy birthday Madhuri Dixit: Five best dance moves of the Dhak Dhak girl

Published: 15th May 2017 11:58 AM  |   Last Updated: 15th May 2017 12:34 PM  

For a million hearts, Madhuri Dixit-Nene was the dream girl, a worthy rival for the then superstar Sridevi and a classy dancer. (Photo|Instagram)
Madhuri for a long time had captured the imagination of the public with her acting skills and dancing prowess. Her number in 'Tezaab' (1988), 'Ek Do Teen' had driven a whole population into a frenzy. (Photo|YouTube)
In 'Beta' (1992) though starring alongside then popular star Anil Kapoor, Madhuri Dixit was the crowd puller. She won the Filmfare award for Best actress for her performance not leaving aside the fact that she became the highest paid actress after Sridevi. (Photo|YouTube)
In 'Devdas', the 2002 magnum opus by Sanjay Leela Bhansali, Madhuri Played Chandramukhi, a courtesan. Her performance in the song 'Maar Dala' became a favourite among movie goers not just for her dance moves but also for her heavily ornamented lehanga. (Photo|YouTube)
After delivering splendid performances for over two decades, she took a sabbatical in 2002 only to comeback in 2007 with 'Aaja Nachle'. (Photo|YouTube)
Madhuri made stellar appearance in a dance number, 'Ghagra' for the Ranbir Kapoor-Deepika Padukone starrer, 'Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani' in 2013. (Photo|YouTube)
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