"Madhuri is a celestial beauty. And it has always been a divine experience working with her. In fact, I haven’t liked any other heroine after that. Hers is a void that can not be filled. As a person she’s extremely grounded. In fact, she’s almost a reflection of me as she treated everybody - be it a spotboy or producer - with respect. You know what I really loved about her was that she always had a very bashful look! She’d never look fully into my eyes and I loved that! It made her seem so feminine and honestly, that trait in a woman makes any man feel great." - Jackie Shroff
"Madhuri is a flawless actress. She is a director's actress.
She can become exactly what the director wants.... but she also has so much power that the directors are compelled to think about her. I am saying this from my own
feeling. The first thing that amazes me is her beauty. Her body
and her look is like a Greek goddess. I have rarely seen such
expressions of eye. She can portray so many things by only her
expressions! So many colours, sadness, so many questions,
love play in those expressions. I will say with only such
expressions an actress can bewilder so many audiences in
the dark room. Madhuri has superb
power to change herself. Take six photographs from six Madhuri
film, you will see six different Madhuri! You won't find any
similarity among them, so much versatile she is! Look at her face, like me you will also think God has not created a more beautiful face. It is so beautiful that I cannot think her in any vamp role. I would like to say finally that how much the actor Kajol tries to critic her beauty and talent, the viewer Kajol is obsessed with Madhuri mania." - Kajol
"Women need to be empowered through the strongest tool — education. They don’t need to be subservient to anyone, but at the same time, men must change their mindset towards women. If they are more respectful towards them, then things will change at the grassroots level. It will happen slowly, but everyone has to move together."
"I’m not interested in living up to the expectations and fantasies of 900 million human beings. If someone thinks I’m cold, fine. I’m not here to clarify anyone’s assumptions about me."
"My aim is to play different characters and not be stuck in a mould. Just because you are a mom and a wife doesn’t meant you have to play those roles even in films. When I did Begum Para’s role, I thought it was lovely. This woman is still desirable. Just because you are above 40, it doesn’t mean your desirability ends. I want to do roles that take women a step further. I don’t want to be slotted into anything. But if I get a brilliant role which requires me to be a mother, then I will do it. I want people to see that a woman could be anything at whatever age, even if she is married or has two kids."
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Often being called the Epitome of Womanhood, she has reigned over millions of hearts all over the world with her artistic abilities, charming personality and exceptional beauty. The most dazzling smile in the world is said to be hers, the most perfect face for the screen as well. Apart from being one of the greatest actresses of all time, it was her dancing too, that made her an iconic artist and cherished weakness of many. This blog is a small, humble tribute to the ultimate Woman, who has graced our screens with her presence, helped to shape the new face of cinema and brought so much joy into our hearts.
We are two ardent Madhuri Dixit fans who strive only to share our love and admiration for our favourite artiste, connect with other of her well-wishers, and perhaps endear her to others, not yet familiar with her splendid talent and vast body of work. We are not here to belittle other artists or to biasedly big her up, as we believe her talent alone is enough to silence all vicious remarks and criticism.
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