Bollywood’s dhak dhak girl Madhuri Dixit and contemporary dance guru Terence Lewis came together to support Mumbai’s first ever dance festival Jugnee. Known for her immense beauty and brilliant dancing skills, actress Madhuri Dixit Nene was the chief guest at the launch of dance festival Jugnee along with choreographer Terence Lewis. Jugnee will be a five-day dance festival based on the concept of dance festival in Germany. It involves showcasing of street as a platform of art.
During the event, Madhuri Dixit was asked how excited she is to see Deepika Padukone face off PriyankaChopra on the dance floor in Sanjay Bhansali‘s Bajirao Mastani, to which the Dhak Dhak girl replied, “I’m always excited. Anything about dance excites me so I’m very very excited.”
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The actress was then asked about her experience when she faced off Aishwarya in Dola Re Dola song and Karishma Kapoor in Dil Toh Pagal Hai, to which Madhuri cleared that Aishwarya and her song together was not really a face off. “Dola Re Dola was more like two women dancing together, the competition bit was with Karishma in Dil Toh Pagal Hai. When we were doing Dil Toh Pagal Hai, it was wonderful because Shiamak Davar was the choreographer and I think I did that type of dance for the first time, the type which is little more jazz and contemporary. We enjoyed the dancing. Karishma and I got along very well. We really had a great time,” she said.
Madhuri went further on and talked about her and Dola Re Dola dance choreographer Saroj Khan‘s association so far. She says, “My association with Saroj khan has been really long. This song was also really special and terrific because of the way Sanjay Leela Bhansali picturized it, with so many trolley shots, very long shots. After a very long time a song was being shot on this level. It was really fun.”