Madhuri Dixit made a lot of money and was very famous in the 1990s and early 2000s. She has been listed in Forbes India's Celebrity 100 since it started in 2012.
Madhuri Dixit won four Best Actress Filmfare Awards for those movies and acted in other successful films such as Ram Lakhan, Tridev, Thanedaar, Kishen Kanhaiya, Saajan, Khalnayak, and Raja.
Madhuri Dixit returned with Aaja Nachle (2007), and later acted in Total Dhamaal (2019), Dedh Ishqiya (2014), and The Fame Game (2022), earning acclaim.
Madhuri Dixit received critical acclaim for her performances in Prem Pratigyaa, Parinda, Anjaam, Mrityudand, Pukar, Lajja, and Devdas, for which she won Best Supporting Actress at Filmfare.
The best fiMadhuri Dixit's debut was in 1984 with Abodh, opposite Tapas Paul. Though unsuccessful, she received critical acclaim for her performance.tness apps, ranked
Madhuri Dixit partners with UNICEF to advocate for children's rights and against child labour since 2014. She performs and co-founded RnM Moving Pictures.
Madhuri Dixit grew up with 2 elder sisters and a brother. She began dancing at 3, trained in Kathak for 8 years, and became a professional Kathak dancer.
Madhuri Dixit played Mohini in Tezaab opposite Anil Kapoor, earning her first Best Actress nomination. It was a hit, establishing her as a top Bollywood star.
Madhuri Dixit had a special appearance in the 2013 film Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, dancing with Ranbir Kapoor in the song "Ghagra" as a tribute to her character in Tezaab.
Madhuri Dixit received critical acclaim for her standout performance as Madhura Sane in the Marathi comedy drama Bucket List, where she completes her heart donor's bucket list.
Olivia Wilde starred as a revived medical researcher in The Lazarus Effect (2015) and produced Meadowland (2015). She also played Eleanor in Love the Coopers (2015), which premiered at Tribeca.