Madhuri Mania
Get more than just a jhalak of vintage Madhuri Dixit as she flies back to Denver after an eventful winter in amchi Mumbai

Actress Madhuri Dixit sums up her eventful stay in Mumbai and promises to be back soon with a movie!

This earthy beauty has a smile that dazzles you. Madhuri Dixit may have turned 40, but she still gives actresses half her age a run for their money. Tackling films, motherhood and constant jetsetting between India and US with aplomb, the actress talks about her upcoming film Aaja Nachle and being on the cover of the latest edition of Filmfare. Excerpts:

The gorgeous and stunning Bollywood diva who is so natural and down to earth and almost a  living legend is back for a while and her fans are enjoying watching her listening all over the small idiot box, me too.

The Diva, who is down in India for receiving the Padma Shri for her contribution to cinema reveals her future plans and priorities

Madhuri Dixit makes hearts go dhak dhak as she performs at The Unforgettable Tour in the US. Over a long-distance call from New York, the actress relives the experience

Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit, who is enjoying her second stint on television almost after a decade with 'Jhalak Dikhla Jaa', is likely to appear in the fifth season of the dance reality show even though when she finds judging tougher than acting.

Born on the 15th of May 1967, Madhuri Dixit is among those Indian actresses who became the predominant face of Bollywood for almost a decade between the 1980s and 1990s.

The actress on the two films that matter to her
Shilpa Bharatan - Iyer

She came. She saw. She conquered.

Then she got married. A lull followed.

Audiences may not have grooved to Aaja Nachle but Madhuri Dixit has turned out to be the biggest draw of dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.