"She still has the moves all these years later"
Madhuri Dixit left fans feeling nostalgic as she showcased her energetic moves to the classic 1988 song ‘Ek Do Teen Char’.
The stunning actress performed the same choreography that she famously performed in the movie, Tezaab.
The vibrant track is sung by the legendary Alka Yagnik and Madhuri Dixit starred in the film alongside Anil Kapoor and Anupam Kher.
Twisting, turning and smiling, the veteran actress looked glamorous as ever leaving audiences captivated by the iconic song and steps.
The video was part of her interview with Vogue India where Madhuri spoke about her fame and love for dance:
“You know, it’s never work for me. This is something I love doing.
“I love dancing. I love acting. I love singing. Even the reels I make. I love to do them because it has an element of joy in it.”
The superstar looked youthful as ever in the publication but it was the sentimental grooves that left fans in awe.
Dressed in a stylish, elegant and modern ensemble, Madhuri Dixit moved effortlessly.
She donned a lightweight sky blue blouse by Shweta Kapur, MISSFIT retro flared jeans, Misho accessories and Jimmy Choo shoes.
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Social media went into a frenzy as ‘Ek Do Teen Char’ echoed out.
One fan, Deepa Joshi, commented on Instagram:
“She ruled without this social media. BTW she is still working and she will always [be] known as a legend.
“She is as talented as Lata Mangeshkar, Amitabh, Sachin Tendulkar and Zakir Husain.”
“She is a dream for all the actors and actresses.”
Another stated: “What a queen! My fave song growing up”.
Whilst a third person chimed in, saying: “She still has the moves all these years later”.
Madhuri is currently basking in the success of her Netflix hit show, The Fame Game. Speaking on why she turned to the OTT platform, the actress revealed:
“But here [on streaming platforms] you get a lot of time to develop all the characters around you.
“Everybody has a backstory. And when you react with those people, they can create a complete world of their own.
“I have gotten sucked into a lot of Netflix shows that way.”
The star has not lost the same captivating style and passion she showcased all those years ago in 1988.
The nostalgic choreography proves how the Bollywood legend is still shining within the modern world.