Actress Madhuri Dixit who is fondly known as the dhak-dhak girl of Bollywood was all the rage back in the 90’s. Even today the actress has a huge fan following. But on the professional front, over the last decade, the actress had been taking things slow. Now, Madhuri is making her debut in Marathi cinema with Bucket List and turning producer with another Marathi project. She is also reuniting with Anil Kapoor and her favourite director Indra Kumar for Total Dhamaal, which also stars Ajay Devgn.
Taking about the amazing line up of films this year, she told a leading daily, ‘’I didn’t take up too much work earlier because my kids were young. My priority was my family then. It still is, but since my kids have grown up now, I decided to do more work.’’
”I work my schedule around them. I always make sure that I am at home on time, so I can be them. Also, I have always agreed to do something only when I feel strongly about the project. That was the case with Total Dhamaal and Bucket List, so I agreed to do them,” she added.
Talking about the positive changes in the industry, the actor said, ”The best part is that everything is ready when you reach the sets. From the costumes to the make-up, it’s all so well managed. This makes our work so easier.”
However, she was quick to mention a change that she is yet to adapt to. ‘’I find film promotions a little boring. In the past, we didn’t have to promote a movie so aggressively, but I guess it’s the need of the hour,’’ she concluded.
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