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Madhuri Dixit

Madhuri Dixit (born May 15, 1967) is an Indian actress. She was born in Mumbai, India.

Her first big hit was in Tezaab (1988). She also starred in popular films including Dil (1990), Beta (1992), and Khal Nayak (1993). Her high point was Hum Aapke Hain Kaun! in 1994. She went on to act in a number of other films including Dil To Pagal Hai (1997).

Biography

She married Dr. Sriram Nene in 1999.

After marriage she starred in the movie Devdas which was India's nomination for the Foreign Language Film category of the Oscars.

Dixit gave birth to a baby boy Areen in 2003.

Madhuri Dixit was the muse of painter M.F. Hussain. He has made paintings with her as the theme. Also she starred in his film Gaja Gamini (2000).

She is also a 4 times Filmfare Award winner in the category of Best Actress and she also won a Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Devdas in 2002(Filmfare). Regardless of being nominated each year as Best Actress in the decade of the 90's, she is acclaimed as a hit for her box-office records. Her movie Hum Aapke Hain Kaun also appeared in the World's Guinness Book Of Records 1999 for being Bollywood's classic with the record of 14 beautiful songs (the highest number of songs in an Indian film ever). Madhuri Dixit is known for her million dollar smile. She is undoubtedly the most successful actress of her times and is still one of the top actresses of today.

Filmography

  1. Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002) .... Radha
  2. Devdas (2002) .... Chandramukhi
  3. Lajja (2001) ...aka Shame, The (2001) (India: English title: literal title) .... Janki
  4. Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001) .... Neha
  5. Gaja Gamini (2000) .... Gaja Gamini/Sangita/Shakuntala/Monika/Mona Lisa
  6. Pukar (2000) .... Anjali
  7. Aarzoo (1999) .... Pooja
  8. Wajood (1998) .... Apoorva
  9. Death Sentence: Mrityu Dand, The (1997) ... aka Death Sentence (1997) (International: English title) ... aka Mrityudand (1997) (India: Hindi title) .... Ketki
  10. Mohabbat (1997) ... aka Love (1997) (International: English title) .... Shweta Sharma
  11. Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) ... aka Heart Is Crazy, The (1997) (USA: informal English title) .... Pooja
  12. Mahanta (1997) .... Jenny Pinto
  13. Koyla (1997) .... Gauri
  14. PremGranth (1996) ... aka Prem Granth (1996) (India: Hindi title: video box title) .... Kajri
  15. Rajkumar (1996) .... Rajkumari Vishaka
  16. Raja (1995) .... Madhu
  17. Zameen (1995)
  18. Yaarana (1995) .... Lalita/Shikha
  19. Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! (1994) ... aka HAHK (1994) (India: Hindi title: informal short title) ... aka Premalayam (1994) (India: Telugu title: dubbed version) ... aka What Am I to You...! (1994) (International: English title) .... Nisha Choudhury
  20. Anjaam (1994) .... Shivani Chopra
  21. Aansoo Bane Angaray (1993)
  22. Khalnayak (1993) ... aka Khal Nayak (1993) .... Ganga (Gangotri Devi)
  23. Phool (1993)
  24. Sahibaan (1993) .... Sahibaan
  25. Dil Tera Aashiq (1993)
  26. Beta (1992) .... Saraswati
  27. Dharavi (1992) ... aka City of Dreams (1992) ... aka Dharavi - Quicksand (1992) (India: Hindi title) ... aka Island (1992) (International: English title) ... aka Marshes (1992) (International: English title) .... Dreamgirl
  28. Prem Deewane (1992) .... Shivangi Mehra
  29. Sangeet (1992)
  30. Zindagi Ek Juaa (1992) .... Juhi
  31. 100 Days (1991) .... Devi
  32. Jamai Raja (1991) .... Rekha
  33. Khel (1991) .... Seema/Jhari Bhuti
  34. Prahaar (1991) ... aka Blow, The (1991) (International: English title) .... Shirley
  35. Saajan (1991) .... Pooja
  36. Pratikaar (1991) .... Madhu
  37. Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (1990) ... aka Diwana Mujhsa Nahin (1990) (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration) .... Anita
  38. Izzatdaar (1990) ... aka Honourable (1990)
  39. Khilaaf (1990) .... Sweta
  40. Kishen Kanhaiya (1990)
  41. Pyaar Ka Devata (1990)
  42. Vardi (1990) .... Jaya
  43. Thanedaar (1990) .... Chanda
  44. Sailaab (1990) .... Dr. Sushma
  45. Jeevan Ek Sangharsh (1990) .... Madhu Sen
  46. Dil (1990) .... Madhu
  47. Maha-Sangram (1990) ... aka Big Battle, The (1990) ... aka Maha-Sangram (1990) (UK)
  48. Kanoon Apna Apna (1989) .... Bharathi
  49. Mujrim (1989) ... aka Criminal (1989) (International: English title) .... Sonia
  50. Parinda (1989) ... aka Pigeon, The (1989) (India: English title).... Paro
  51. Ram Lakhan (1989) .... Radha
  52. Tridev (1989) .... Divya Mathur
  53. Paap Ka Anth (1989)
  54. Prem Pratigyaa (1989) ... aka Oath of Love, The (1989) .... Laxmi
  55. Ilaaka (1989) .... Vidya
  56. Khatron Ke Khiladi (1988) .... Kavita
  57. Tezaab (1988) ... aka Acid (1988) .... Mohini
  58. Dayavan (1988)
  59. Awara Baap (1987)
  60. Mohre (1987)
  61. Uttar Dakshin (1987)
  62. Hifazat (1987)
  63. Abodh (1986)
  64. Swati (1986)

She is also a 4 time Filmfare winner in the category of Best Actress and she also won a Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Devdas in 2002(Filmfare). Regardless of being nominated as Best Actress in the decade of the 90's, she is acclaimed as a hit for her box-office records. Her movie Hum Aapke Hain Kaun also appeared in the World's Guinness Book Of Records 1999 for being Bollywood's classic with the record of 14 beautiful songs (the highest number of songs in an Indian film ever). Madhuri Dixit is known for her million dollar smile. She is undoubtedly the most successful actress of her times and is still one of the top actresses of today.


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Regardless of being nominated each year as Best Actress in the decade of the 90's, she is acclaimed as a hit for her box-office records. In the mid-1950s, she bought a seven room apartment in New York at 450 East 52nd Street, where she lived for the rest of her life. She is also a 4 times Filmfare Award winner in the category of Best Actress and she also won a Best Actress in a Supporting Role for Devdas in 2002(Filmfare). She was awarded a special Academy Award for unforgettable performances in 1954. Also she starred in his film Gaja Gamini (2000). In 1951, she became an American citizen. He has made paintings with her as the theme. Her movies, she felt, had their proper place in history and would gain in value.

Hussain. By her own admission, Garbo felt that after World War II the world changed, perhaps forever. Madhuri Dixit was the muse of painter M.F. Up until her death, Garbo sightings were considered sport for paparazzi photographers. Dixit gave birth to a baby boy Areen in 2003. She withdrew from the entertainment world completely and moved to a secluded life in New York City, refusing to make any public appearances. After marriage she starred in the movie Devdas which was India's nomination for the Foreign Language Film category of the Oscars. In 1949, Garbo filmed a screen test as she considered reentering the movie business, but otherwise never stepped in front of a movie camera again.

Sriram Nene in 1999. It is often reported that Garbo chose to retire from cinema after this film's failure, but in fact she simply became more choosy about her roles, and eventually years had passed without her agreeing to do another film. She married Dr. Ninotchka was a successful attempt at lightening Garbo's image and making her less exotic, complete with the insertion of a scene in which her character breaks into joyful laughter which subsequently provided the film with its famous tagline, "Garbo laughs!" A follow-up film, Two-Faced Woman, attempted to capitalize upon this by casting Garbo in a romantic comedy that featured her dancing, but this film was a critical and box-office failure as it was felt that the elements that had made Garbo unique were all but eliminated. She went on to act in a number of other films including Dil To Pagal Hai (1997). Her famous byline was "I vant to be alone." Except at the very beginning of her career, she granted no interviews, signed no autographs, attended no premieres and answered no fan mail. Her high point was Hum Aapke Hain Kaun! in 1994. She was also famous for shunning publicity, which became part of the Garbo mystique.

Her first big hit was in Tezaab (1988). She also starred in popular films including Dil (1990), Beta (1992), and Khal Nayak (1993). Greta Garbo was considered one of the most glamorous movie stars of the 1920s and 1930s. She was born in Mumbai, India. Garbo was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Anna Christie (1930), Romance (1930), Camille (1937) and Ninotchka (1939). Madhuri Dixit (born May 15, 1967) is an Indian actress. She then starred opposite Melvyn Douglas in the comedy Ninotchka (1939) by director Ernst Lubitsch, which was publicized with the slogan "Garbo Laughs.". Swati (1986). Her performance as the doomed courtesan in Camille (1937) was called the finest ever recorded on film.

Abodh (1986). She had made a silent version, Love, with John Gilbert in (1927). Hifazat (1987). Selznick wanted her cast as the dying heiress in Dark Victory in 1935, but she insisted on being cast in another screen version of Tolstoy's classic Anna Karenina. Uttar Dakshin (1987). David O. Mohre (1987). She exercised that control by getting her leading man, Laurence Olivier, replaced on Queen Christina (1934) with former co-star John Gilbert.

Awara Baap (1987). They finally settled and she signed a new contract, which granted her almost total control over her movies. Dayavan (1988). She then had a contract dispute with MGM and did not appear on the screen for almost two years. Mohini. She was next part of an all star cast in Grand Hotel (1932). aka Acid (1988) ... The censors complained about her revealing outfit shown on the movie poster.

Tezaab (1988) .. Garbo appeared very seductive as the World War I spy in the title role of Mata Hari (1932). Kavita. No one could watch as her scenes were shot. Khatron Ke Khiladi (1988) ... She was known for always having a closed set to all visitors. Vidya. When she was filming, if something happened that she was not pleased with she would say, "I think I'll go back to Sweden!" This would frighten the movie studio heads, who gave in to her every wish.

Ilaaka (1989) ... Unfortunately, her one-time fiancé, John Gilbert, whose popularity was waning, did not fare as well after the advent of sound and his career faltered. Laxmi. Her low, husky voice with Swedish accent was heard on screen for the first time in Anna Christie (1930), which was publicized with the slogan "Garbo Talks." The movie was a huge success, but Garbo personally hated her performance. aka Oath of Love, The (1989) ... Having achieved enormous success as a silent movie star, she was one of the few who made the transition to talkies. Prem Pratigyaa (1989) .. Her name was linked with his in a much publicized romance, and she was said to have left him standing at the altar when she changed her mind about getting married.

Paap Ka Anth (1989). The latter two she starred in with the popular leading man John Gilbert. Divya Mathur. The most important of Garbo's silent movies were The Torrent (1926), Flesh and the Devil (1927) and Love (1927). Tridev (1989) ... He was fired by MGM and returned to Sweden in 1928, where he died soon after. Radha. But their relationship came to an end as her fame grew.

Ram Lakhan (1989) ... When Stiller went to the United States in 1925 to work for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, he insisted that Garbo be given a contract as well. Paro. She starred in two movies in Sweden and one in Germany. aka Pigeon, The (1989) (India: English title)... He also gave her the stage name Greta Garbo. Parinda (1989) .. He trained her in cinema acting technique and cast her in a major role in Gösta Berlings Saga (1924) (English: The Story of Gösta Berling).

Sonia. While she was there, she met the Swedish director Mauritz Stiller. aka Criminal (1989) (International: English title) ... From 1922 to 1924, she studied at the prestigious Royal Dramatic Theatre in Stockholm. Mujrim (1989) .. He cast her in a small part for the movie Peter The Tramp (1920). Bharathi. That led to another short movie, which was seen by comedy director Eric Petscher.

Kanoon Apna Apna (1989) ... Her first motion picture aspirations came when she appeared in an advertising short for the department store where she worked. aka Maha-Sangram (1990) (UK). She then became a clerk in a department store, where she would also model for newspaper ads. aka Big Battle, The (1990) .. Her first job was as a lather girl in a barbershop. Maha-Sangram (1990) .. Consequently, she was forced to leave school and go to work.

Madhu. When Greta was fourteen, her father died. Dil (1990) ... Her older sister and brother were Alva and Sven. Madhu Sen. She was born Greta Lovisa Gustafsson in Stockholm, Sweden, the youngest of three children born to Karl Alfred Gustafsson (1871-1920) and Anna Lovisa Johnasson (1872-1944). Jeevan Ek Sangharsh (1990) ... Greta Garbo (September 18, 1905 - April 15, 1990) was a Swedish actress.

Sushma. Dr. Sailaab (1990) ... Chanda.

Thanedaar (1990) ... Jaya. Vardi (1990) ... Pyaar Ka Devata (1990).

Kishen Kanhaiya (1990). Sweta. Khilaaf (1990) ... aka Honourable (1990).

Izzatdaar (1990) .. Anita. aka Diwana Mujhsa Nahin (1990) (India: Hindi title: alternative transliteration) ... Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin (1990) ..

Madhu. Pratikaar (1991) ... Pooja. Saajan (1991) ...

Shirley. aka Blow, The (1991) (International: English title) ... Prahaar (1991) .. Seema/Jhari Bhuti.

Khel (1991) ... Rekha. Jamai Raja (1991) ... Devi.

100 Days (1991) ... Juhi. Zindagi Ek Juaa (1992) ... Sangeet (1992).

Shivangi Mehra. Prem Deewane (1992) ... Dreamgirl. aka Marshes (1992) (International: English title) ...

aka Island (1992) (International: English title) .. aka Dharavi - Quicksand (1992) (India: Hindi title) .. aka City of Dreams (1992) .. Dharavi (1992) ..

Saraswati. Beta (1992) ... Dil Tera Aashiq (1993). Sahibaan.

Sahibaan (1993) ... Phool (1993). Ganga (Gangotri Devi). aka Khal Nayak (1993) ...

Khalnayak (1993) .. Aansoo Bane Angaray (1993). Shivani Chopra. Anjaam (1994) ...

Nisha Choudhury. aka What Am I to You...! (1994) (International: English title) ... aka Premalayam (1994) (India: Telugu title: dubbed version) .. aka HAHK (1994) (India: Hindi title: informal short title) ..

Hum Aapke Hain Koun...! (1994) .. Lalita/Shikha. Yaarana (1995) ... Zameen (1995).

Madhu. Raja (1995) ... Rajkumari Vishaka. Rajkumar (1996) ...

Kajri. aka Prem Granth (1996) (India: Hindi title: video box title) ... PremGranth (1996) .. Gauri.

Koyla (1997) ... Jenny Pinto. Mahanta (1997) ... Pooja.

aka Heart Is Crazy, The (1997) (USA: informal English title) ... Dil To Pagal Hai (1997) .. Shweta Sharma. aka Love (1997) (International: English title) ...

Mohabbat (1997) .. Ketki. aka Mrityudand (1997) (India: Hindi title) ... Death Sentence: Mrityu Dand, The (1997) ... aka Death Sentence (1997) (International: English title) ..

Apoorva. Wajood (1998) ... Pooja. Aarzoo (1999) ...

Anjali. Pukar (2000) ... Gaja Gamini/Sangita/Shakuntala/Monika/Mona Lisa. Gaja Gamini (2000) ...

Neha. Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke (2001) ... Janki. Lajja (2001) ...aka Shame, The (2001) (India: English title: literal title) ...

Chandramukhi. Devdas (2002) ... Radha. Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam (2002) ...

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