Madhuri Dixit filmography

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Madhuri Dixit at the audio release of Dedh Ishqiya

Madhuri Dixit is an Indian actress known for her work in Bollywood films. She made her acting debut with the role of a young bride in the 1984 film Abodh.[1] Dixit went on to appear in several films over the next two years, including the dramas Awara Baap (1985) and Swati (1986), though none of them garnered her much recognition.[1] Her breakthrough role came in 1988 with N. Chandra's thriller Tezaab, the highest-grossing film of that year.[2][3] "Ek Do Teen", a dance number that she performed in the film, was widely popular.[3] She continued to play the lead in the commercially successful action-dramas Ram Lakhan (1989), Tridev (1989), and Kishen Kanhaiya (1990).[4][5] The role of a wealthy brat in the 1990 romantic drama Dil earned Dixit her first Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[6] The following year, she starred in Saajan, and won a second Best Actress award at Filmfare for playing a woman who rebels against her manipulative mother-in-law in the drama Beta.[6][7]

Dixit featured alongside Jackie Shroff and Sanjay Dutt in the action thriller Khalnayak (1993), one of the highest-grossing films of that year.[8] She then played an avenger in the drama Anjaam (1994) to positive reviews.[9] Dixit's subsequent release was Sooraj Barjatya's Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! (1994), a family drama which emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood film to that point, and established her as a leading actress of Bollywood.[10][11] The following year, she featured in Raja and Yaraana; in the latter she played a woman who attempts an escape from her abusive husband.[12] Both of her releases in 1996—Rajkumar and Prem Granthwere financial failures.[13] However, Yash Chopra's 1997 romantic film Dil To Pagal Hai was a major success for her, earning her a fourth Filmfare Award for Best Actress.[14][15] She garnered critical acclaim for her work in the drama Mrityudand (1997).[16] Three years later, she was paired opposite Anil Kapoor in the critically acclaimed drama Pukar, following which she portrayed five roles in the experimental film Gaja Gamini.[17]

Dixit was praised for her supporting role as a woman fighting against gender discrimination in Lajja (2001), a drama on women's rights, which performed poorly at the box-office.[18][19] The year 2002 saw Dixit starring in two romantic dramas, including Devdas opposite Shah Rukh Khan, in which she played the Chandramukhi character, a courtesan in love with an alcoholic. For the film, she won a Filmfare Award in the Best Supporting Actress category.[15][20] After a five-year absence from the screen, Dixit played a leading role in Anil Mehta's dance film Aaja Nachle (2007).[16] Despite the film's failure at the box-office, her performance was praised.[16] The widely praised role of a con woman in Abhishek Chaubey's black comedy film Dedh Ishqiya (2014) marked her first acting role in seven years,[21][22][23] and she received her 14th Best Actress nomination at Filmfare for it.[24][25] She followed it by playing the leader of a vigilante group in the crime drama Gulaab Gang alongside Juhi Chawla.[26] In addition to her film work, Dixit has hosted Kahin Na Kahin Koi Hai, a reality show on arranged marriages, and has served as a talent judge for four seasons of the dance reality show Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa.

Films

Title[a] Year Role(s) Director(s) Notes Ref(s)
Abodh 1984 Gauri Hiren Nag [27]
Awara Baap 1985 Barkha Sohanlal Kanwar [28]
Swati 1986 Anandi Kranthi Kumar [29]
Manav Hatya 1986 Rama Dixit Sudarshan Rattan [30]
Hifazat 1987 Janki Prayag Raj [31]
Uttar Dakshin 1987 Chanda Prabhat Khanna [32]
Mohre 1988 Maya Raghuvir Kul [33]
Khatron Ke Khiladi 1988 Kavita Tatineni Rama Rao [34]
Dayavan 1988 Neela Velhu Feroz Khan [35]
Tezaab 1988 Mohini N. Chandra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [36]
Vardi 1989 Jaya Umesh Mehra [37]
Ram Lakhan 1989 Radha Shastri Subhash Ghai [38]
Prem Pratigyaa 1989 Laxmi Rao Bapu Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [39]
[40]
Ilaaka 1989 Vidya Aziz Sejawal [41]
Mujrim 1989 Sonia Umesh Mehra [42]
Tridev 1989 Divya Mathur Rajiv Rai [43]
Kanoon Apna Apna 1989 Bharathi B. Gopal [44]
Parinda 1989 Paro Vidhu Vinod Chopra [45]
Paap Ka Ant 1989 Nisha Vijay Reddy [46]
Maha-Sangram 1990 Jhumri Mukul Anand [47]
Kishen Kanhaiya 1990 Anju Rakesh Roshan [48]
Izzatdaar 1990 Mohini Kovelamudi Bapayya [49]
Dil 1990 Madhu Mehra Indra Kumar Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[50]
Deewana Mujh Sa Nahin 1990 Anita Y.Nageshwar Rao [51]
Jeevan Ek Sanghursh 1990 Madhu Sen Rahul Rawail [52]
Sailaab 1990 Dr. Sushma Malhotra Deepak Balraj Vij [53]
Jamai Raja 1990 Rekha A. Kodandarami Reddy [54]
Thanedaar 1990 Chanda Raj N. Sippy [55]
Pyar Ka Devta 1991 Devi Kovelamudi Bapayya [56]
100 Days 1991 Devi Partho Ghosh [57]
Pratikar 1991 Madhu Tatineni Rama Rao [58]
Saajan 1991 Pooja Lawrence D'Souza Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[59]
Prahaar 1991 Shirley Nana Patekar [60]
Beta 1992 Saraswati Indra Kumar Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[61]
Zindagi Ek Jua 1992 Juhi Prakash Mehra [62]
Prem Deewane 1992 Shivangi Mehra Sachin Pilgaonkar [63]
Khel 1992 Seema, Jhari Bhuti Rakesh Roshan [64]
Sangeet 1992 Sangeeta, Nirmala K. Vishwanath [65]
Dharavi 1993 Dreamgirl Sudhir Mishra [66]
Sahibaan 1993 Sahibaan Ramesh Talwar [67]
Khalnayak 1993 Gangotri Devi Subhash Ghai Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[68]
Phool 1993 Guddi Singeetam Srinivasa Rao [69]
Dil Tera Aashiq 1993 Savitri Devi, Sonia Khanna Lawrence D'Souza [70]
Aasoo Bane Angaarey 1993 Usha, Madhu Mehul Kumar [71]
Anjaam 1994 Shivani Chopra Rahul Rawail Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[72]
Hum Aapke Hain Koun..! 1994 Nisha Choudhury Sooraj Barjatya Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[73]
Raja 1995 Madhu Garhwal Indra Kumar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[74]
Yaraana 1995 Lalita/Shikha David Dhawan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [40]
[75]
Paappi Devataa 1995 Reshma Harmesh Malhotra [76]
Prem Granth 1996 Kajri Rajiv Kapoor [77]
Rajkumar 1996 Rajkumari Vishaka Pankaj Parashar [78]
Koyla 1997 Gauri Rakesh Roshan [79]
Mahaanta 1997 Jenny Pinto Afzal Khan [80]
Mrityudand 1997 Phoolva Prakash Jha [81]
Mohabbat 1997 Shweta Sharma Reema Rakesh Nath [82]
Dil To Pagal Hai 1997 Pooja Yash Chopra Filmfare Award for Best Actress [83]
[84]
Bade Miyan Chote Miyan 1998 Herself David Dhawan Special appearance [85]
Wajood 1998 Apoorva Choudhury N. Kithania [86]
Aarzoo 1999 Pooja Lawrence D'Souza [87]
Pukar 2000 Anjali Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Best Actress [40]
[88]
Gaja Gamini 2000 Gaja Gamini, Sangita, Shakuntala, Monika, Mona Lisa M. F. Husain [89]
Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke 2001 Neha Deepak Shivdasani [90]
Lajja 2001 Janaki Rajkumar Santoshi Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress [40]
[91]
Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam 2002 Radha K. S. Adhiyaman [92]
Devdas 2002 Chandramukhi Sanjay Leela Bhansali Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress
Also playback singer for song "Kaahe Chhed"
[18]
[93]
Aaja Nachle 2007 Dia Anil Mehta Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress

Also playback singer for song "Soniye Mil Ja"

[40]
[94]
[95]
Bombay Talkies 2013 Herself Multiple[b] Special appearance in song "Apna Bombay Talkies" [97]
Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani 2013 Mohini Ayan Mukerji Special appearance in song "Ghagra" [98]
Dedh Ishqiya 2014 Begum Para Abhishek Chaubey Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actress [99]
[100]
Gulaab Gang 2014 Rajjo Soumik Sen Also playback singer for song "Rangi Saari Gulaabi" [101]
[102]

Television

Title Year Role Channel(s) Ref.
Kahin Na Kahin Koi Hai 2002 Host Sony Entertainment Television [103]
Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa[c] 2010–14 Judge Sony Entertainment Television
Colors
[104]
So You Think You Can Dance (India) 2016 Judge &TV [105]

Notes

  1. ^ The films are listed in order of release date.
  2. ^ Bombay Talkies consisted of four short films, directed by Anurag Kashyap, Dibakar Banerjee, Zoya Akhtar and Karan Johar.[96]
  3. ^ She served as the judge from fourth season until seventh season.

See also

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