Madhuri Dixit's dinner outing with husband Shriram Nene and son Raayan

Jun 09, 2018, 08:00 IST
  • Madhuri Dixit's dinner outing with husband Shriram Nene and son Raayan

    Dhak Dhak girl Madhuri Dixit along with husband Shriram Nene and son Raayan were spotted exiting a popular restaurant in Bandra. Madhuri, who has made her debut in Marathi cinema with Bucket List, said in an interview that the regional film industry has evolved in terms of content and production values, which has made it appealing to the young generation. All pictures/Yogen Shah

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  • Madhuri Dixit's dinner outing with husband Shriram Nene and son Raayan

    Most young film industry aspirants who live in Mumbai, first target Bollywood instead of trying their luck in Marathi cinema. Asked about it, Madhuri Dixit told IANS: "If you want to try your luck in Marathi film, you have to be Marathi speaking. If you are not, then you tend to try your luck in Hindi cinema. Also, Marathi films (earlier) did not have the appeal we have today. It is more evolved and more appealing to the young generation. Technically, its production values are no less than a Hindi film." Pictured: Madhuri's son Raayan Nene seen exiting the restaurant

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    Madhuri Dixit said in the same interview that films like Natsamrat, Court and Sairat have come and changed the scenario too. "Now thanks to the subtitles, more people have access to Marathi films, and you never know how Marathi films will be more appreciated by people in future." What stopped her from doing a Marathi film all these years despite knowing the language? "In my case, in the first place, I had no ambition to become an actress. I was happy doing my dance, acting in school plays, my study and everything. Films happened to me, so I just started with Hindi films and continued doing that."

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    Madhuri Dixit has done her share of female-centric films in the 1990s era. But according to her, now the definition of that genre of films has changed. "I think writers understand the women better today than in our earlier days. Therefore, they are writing much better characters for us. I think the definition of female-centric cinema has changed now and that is very interesting for all of us." Pictured: Madhuri Dixit rocked the spectacled look as she stepped out of the restaurant

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  • Madhuri Dixit's dinner outing with husband Shriram Nene and son Raayan

    Madhuri Dixit further added, "Earlier it used to be a woman taking revenge, someone who was victimised rising like a phoenix... a woman doing lot of action....Such kind of films were considered female-centric film. Now it is of a slice of life.: The actress, pointing to her career graph, said: "I was fortunate enough to play a various character from the beginning of my career. So whether it is Tezaab, Dil or Beta... My character has her own mind. In today's writing, women are treated on a cerebral level. Characters are close to reality."

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    Citing the example of Vidya Balan's Tumhari Sulu and her latest release Bucket List, Madhuri Dixit said: "These characters are housewives in their happy space. It is much relatable for all of us as it deals with daily life. That is the fun to play these characters." According to her, such characters celebrate the idea of keeping the spark of life alive. "In my film, the character does not have any larger than life wishes to fulfil because the idea is we can find the joy of life in the small things. We women tend to lose ourselves in family life. "The fact is, if you keep the spark of life alive, relationships around you will also be more in harmony," said the multiple award-winning actress.

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