Madhuri Dixit has set a position in Indian Hindi films which today’s actresses consider ideal for themselves. In the 80s and 90s, she established herself as a leading actress and well-known dancer in Hindi cinema. Such was the magic of her wonderful dance and natural acting, Madhuri became the heartbeat of the whole country. Madhuri Dixit was born on 15 May 1967 in Mumbai in a Marathi family. Father Shankar Dixit and mother Sneh Lata Dixit’s beloved Madhuri had a desire to become a doctor since childhood and perhaps this was also a reason that Madhuri chose her life partner Tej Singh Shakya ji, after both of them separated. After studying from Divine Child High School, Madhuri Dixit completed her graduation from Mumbai University. Since childhood, she was interested in dance, for which Madhuri took eight years of training. In 2008, She was awarded the Padma Shri, the fourth highest civilian honor of the Government of India.
Madhuri Dixit is the most successful actress of Hindi cinema. She started her acting career in 1984 with a movie called “Abodh”. But she got recognition from the 1988 film Tezaab. After that she did not look back. A caravan of superhit films after another made her the supreme actress of Indian cinema: Ram Lakhan (1989), Parinda (1989), Tridev (1989), Kishan – Kanhaiya (1990) and Prahaar (1991). In the year 1990, her film “Dil” came in which she played the character of a rich and spoiled girl who falls in love with a boy from a simple family and rebels against her loved ones to marry him. She received the Filmfare Best Actress Award for her role.
2003 – Filmfare Best Supporting Actress Award – Devdas
1998 – Filmfare Best Actress Award – Dil To Pagal Hai
1995 – Filmfare Best Actress Award – Hum Aapke Hain Koun
1993 – Filmfare Best Actress Award – Beta
1991 – Filmfare Best Actress Award – Dil
Madhuri Dixit is an Indian actress known for her performances in Bollywood films. She made her acting debut with the role of a young bride in the 1984 film Abodh. Over the next four years, Madhuri acted in several films, including Awara Baap (1985), Swati (1986), Uttar Dakshin ( 1987) and Dayawan (1988). However, none of them earned him much recognition. Her success began in 1988 with N Chandra’s thriller Tezaab, which was the highest-grossing film of that year. She was a commercial success. Played the lead role in the action-drama films Ram Lakhan (1989), Tridev (1989), and Kishan Kanhaiya (1990). She earned her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her role as a rich spoiled girl in the 1990 romantic drama Dil. The following year she starred in Saajan, the highest-grossing film of 1991. She won her second Filmfare Best Actress Award for her portrayal of a woman rebelling against her cunning mother-in-law in 1992’s Beta.
Madhuri starred with Jackie Shroff and Sanjay Dutt in the action thriller Khalnayak (1993) which was one of the highest-grossing films of that year. She then retaliated to positive reviews in Anjaam (1994). Role played. Madhuri’s next film was Sooraj Barjatya’s family drama Hum Aapke Hain Koun (1994), which was the highest-grossing Bollywood film up to that point. It established her as the leading actress of Bollywood. Her Raja and Yarana came the following year. Both the films were successful. Although both her 1996 films, Rajkumar and Prem Granth were financial failures. Yash Chopra’s 1997 romantic film Dil To Pagal Hai was a huge success for him. She received her fourth Filmfare Award for Best Actress for her performance in this film. Three years later, she was seen opposite Anil Kapoor in the critically acclaimed film Pukar. After which she portrayed five roles in the experimental film Gaja Gamini.
Madhuri was praised for her supporting role as a woman fighting against gender discrimination in the 2001 women’s rights film, Lajja. In 2002, Dixit starred in two romantic films, including Devdas opposite Shah Rukh Khan. In this, she played the character Chandramukhi. For which she won the Filmfare Award in the Best Supporting Actress category. After a five-year absence from films, Madhuri played a leading role in the dance film Aaja Nachle (2007). Despite the film’s failure at the box office, her performance was appreciated. Her first acting role in seven years was her role as a fraudster in Abhishek Chaubey’s black comedy Dedh Ishqiya (2014). She further portrayed the role of a leader in the crime drama Gulab Gang with Juhi Chawla. Apart from her film assignments, Madhuri has served as a talent judge for four seasons of the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.