Bollywood star Madhuri Dixit gave fans a special video of his groove at the famous ‘Ek Do Teen Char’ on the sets of ‘Dance Deewane’ on Tuesday.
Madhuri took to Instagram and shared a funny video as she recreated the song’s choreography with dancers Shakti Mohan and Punit Pathak, and fellow judge Tushar Kalia between shots.
In the video, the actor is dressed in a yellow designer suit and dressed in a white dupatta and matching jewelry. Madhuri looks stunning as she gracefully performs the dance steps, and fellow judges on the show couldn’t help but participate.
Taking the caption, the 53-year-old noted the lyrics to the popular song from the 1988 film “ Tezaab. ” She wrote “Ek do teen” and added a dancer emoticon.
Celebrity followers including filmmaker and choreographer Farah Khan Kunder and thousands of her fans loved the post on the photo-sharing platform. Dozens of fans dropped emojis in Heart’s Eyes as they loved the video.
The song “Ek Do Teen” by Madhuri star “Tezaab” is a popular dance number in the film. Crooned by Alka Yagnik, the song was choreographed by the late choreographer Saroj Khan. The song was then remade for “Baaghi 2”, with Jacqueline Fernandez.
Previously, Madhuri shared three videos in which she shakes a leg with three legendary actors from yesteryear – Waheeda Rehman, Asha Parekh and Helen – on their iconic songs.
Madhuri danced with Waheeda Rehman to the latter’s popular song by Teesri Kasam “Paan Khaye Saiyan Hamarao”. Then with Helen, the actor of Aaja Nachle danced to the song “Mungda” from the movie Inkaar. While with Asha Parekh, Madhuri grooves on the song ‘Achha To Hum Chalte Hain’ by Aan Milo Sajna. Madhuri took the milestones with the legendary actors and it’s a visual delight, indeed.
Check out the videos below:
On the job front, Madhuri is set to make her digital debut with a Netflix series called “ Finding Anamika. ” In the show, she will reunite with Sanjay Kapoor and it is produced by Karan Johar under his Dharmatic Entertainment banner. The broadcast date has not yet been announced.
(With ANI entries)