Top 5 dancing numbers of Madhuri Dixit
Madhuri Dixit, one of Bollywood’s greatest actresses will celebrate her 42nd birthday on 15th May. Madhuri Dixit is also considered by all to be the best dancer in Bollywood, trained in the Kathak style of Indian classic dance, she is also superb in modern choreography. Madhuri has shades of a truly great dancer and its treat to watch her dance. Here’s a look at the top five dancing numbers of Madhuri.
5. Key sara sara (Pukar):“Key sara sara” was choreographed by Prabhudeva, one of the best dancers and choreographers in the Indian film industry. The steps were western in style, and their performance shows what exceptional dancers he and Madhuri are. Madhuri took it as a challenge. Madhuri confessed that Prabhudeva kept her on toes, on knees, on head, on hands, everywhere. Chemistry of two great dancers was admired by everyone.
4. Maar Daala (Devdas): Maduri’s comeback and one of her best performances ever, so beautiful was her movements. It is just an awe-inspiring dance. As appreciated by director Sanjay Leela Bhansali “One can go mad just looking at her songs. This song had one of the biggest sets in Indian cinema and the way she performed was a dream. The first time she did the Mar Dala step I whistled and clapped in sheer excitement. It was an exercise in expressions. With every shot, Mar Dala had a different expression. I wished I could shoot the song for a year because I wouldn’t get tired of watching her dance.”
3. Choli Ke Peeche (Khalnayak): Lyric and choreography of this song stirred up some controversy but Madhuri had faith in choreographer Saroj Khan. Madhuri performed this number gracefully that people were not able to criticize much . Throughout the piece she has such a quality of movement and some of the steps she does are quite breathtaking.
2. Akhiyan Milau (Raja): This time Madhuri’s eyes were sufficient to attract audience. One of her most popular dances and was a rage when it released. It is modern choreography and Madhuri shows she can dance that amazingly as well. Choreographer Saroj Khan wants whole thing with Madhuri’s eyes, not with her hands or her face. So the first line had to be emoted through my eyes. Madhuri did full justice with the song.
1. Ek do teen (Tezaab): Overnight, Madhuri was a star after this song. This dance is considered one of her best performances and is listed on everyone’s favorite list. The energetic choreography is a mixture of modern and classical Indian steps, and Madhuri dances it effortlessly. It’s a memorable song for Madhuri as well as for choreographer Saroj Khan.