Happy 50th, Madhuri Dixit. The one who dazzles Hindi cinema with sheer joy and fire in her performances. Her smile has an infectious energy that could add a sparkle to the day and a spring in your step. She was the original Queen who not only worked with the three Khans but also gave them tough competition on and off screen in her time.
When Saajan released in 1991, Madhuri was gold at the box office. A pulsating music score and a love triangle with her, Sanjay Dutt and Salman Khan was the sureshot formula for a blockbuster.
Bahot Pyaar Karte Hain was a rage, especially when she appeared on screen with many faces and all her glory. It was the song of her success and she revelled in it. I love her quiet confidence and simplicity, despite the kaleidoscope spectacle around. Always the scene stealer, no matter what.
Song: Bahot Pyaar Karte Hain
Singer: Anuradha Paudwal
Cinematography: Lawrence D’Souza
Choreography: Chinni Prakash