At Dance Deewane Sets, Madhuri Dixit Teaches Govinda Kathak As They Dance To Albela Saajan's Tune

At Dance Deewane Sets, Madhuri Dixit Teaches Govinda Kathak As They Dance To Albela Saajan's Tune

During the 1990s, actor Madhuri Dixit and Govinda were viewed as the best dancers in Bollywood. The two as of late came together on the sets of the television dance show, Dance Deewane, where purportedly Madhuri Dixit taught Govinda few steps of the classical dance form, Kathak.

According to a report in the media, the duo was a first dance to his hit song Mera Dil Na Todo from Raja Babu while talking among themselves in Marathi. One of the candidates set up a Bharat Natyam performance, moving to Ghaanan from Lagaan. Watching to that performance, Govinda who was the celebrity guest, mentioned his desire to learn a classical dance form. Madhuri, who happens to be one of the main judges on the show, quickly ventured forward to give him an impromptu lesson in Kathak. The two danced to a tune called Albela Saajan from Salman Khan and Aishwarya Rai-starrer Hum Dil De Chuke Sanam.

Madhuri was most recently seen in the multistarrer Total Dhamaal which additionally featured Ajay Devgn, Anil Kapoor, Arshad Warsi, Jaaved Jaaferi, Retiesh Deshmukh, Sanjay Mishra, and Johnny Lever. She likewise featured in Karan Johar's aspiring Kalank as the concubine named Baahar Begum. The film, which was additionally a multi starrer highlighting Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha, and Aditya Kapoor, failed on the box office.

Speaking about the failure of Kalank, Madhuri had told the media: "I have been in the industry for over than three decades. Good and bad times are a vital part of our work. Thus, it doesn't trouble me much when a film doesn't work. Everyone put forth a strong effort. Nobody goes to the sets to do a half-hearted job. But, at last, certain things aren't in our control. We have to move on. The film was received well overseas."

Govinda then featured in 2018's Rangeela Raja and FryDay, both of the film were non-starters in the box office. After Central Board of Film Certification, requested a few cuts in his 2018's film Rangeela Raja, Govinda had claimed that there was a group of individuals in the industry, who are plotting to not let his films release. CBFC reportedly refused to certify the film and had ordered for 20 cuts.

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