Madhuri Dixit is an exceptionally versatile actress which she has proved time and again. She is one of those ageless goddesses who makes you fall in love with her again and again and again with every role that she plays.
Here are 12 charaters that Madhuri Dixit played that we all fell in love with
1. Nisha from Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!
How can we forget this iconic movie where Madhuri stole everyone’s heart by sacrificing her own, all out love for her sister?
2. Madhu from Dil
Her intense chemistry with Aamir Khan in this movie got her her first Filmfare award. Madhuri lived every young lovers dream in Dil!
3. Saraswati in Beta
Seeing Madhuri in this film made the entire country’s heart go “dhak dhak”!
4. Ganga in Khalnayak
When the disguised police officer asked us “choli ke peeche kya hai” the nation was rendered speechless with by beauty and grace!
5. Mohini in Tezaab
Madhuri truly became Mohini in this movie, what with her amazing dance moves and innocence. We didn’t mind doing some “intezaar” for her and with her!
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6. Pooja in Dil To Pagal Hai
“Koi ladki hai jab vo hansti hai..”, the heart falls hopelessly in love with her!
7. Anjali in Pukar
She taught us to live life fully in this movie, because whatever will be, will be!
8. Anju in Kishen Kanhaiya
The movie buff hopeless romantic Madhuri in this film took us on a whirlwind journey with her.
9. Chandramukhi in Devdas
The dance moves, the seduction and the unrequited love, Madhuri gave the character of Chandramukhi her everything in Devdas.
10. Begum Para in Dedh Ishqiya
Decades may have passed but the magic of Madhuri does not fade, and it was proved again in this film.
11. Rajjo in Gulaab Gang
Who could have thought that the beautiful dancer is just as graceful as playing the role of a tough leader of a movement that changed thousands of lives?
12. Dia in Aja Nachle
In her comeback film, Madhuri again waved her magic wand, making it a beautiful watch from beginning to end.
Happy Birthday Mohini… I mean, Madhuri! 🙂