Madhuri Dixit's lunch outing with mother Snehlata and family

Jun 12, 2018, 08:10 IST
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    Madhuri Dixit was out enjoying a lunch outing with family in BKC. Madhuri was with husband Shriram Nene, kids and mother Snehlata Dixit. Madhuri Dixit recently made her Marathi debut with Bucket List and will also be seen in Kalank which stars Sanjay Dutt, Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sonakshi Sinha. All pictures/Yogen Shah
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  • Madhuri Dixit's lunch outing with mother Snehlata and family
    Five years after having done a special number in Karan Johar's production, Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani, Madhuri Dixit Nene has now collaborated with the filmmaker on his ambitious project, Kalank. While the actor is glad to be where she belongs — in front of the camera — Dixit says it is the experience of working with young blood, Alia Bhatt and Varun Dhawan, in the Abhishek Varman-directed film that she cherishes the most. Pictured: Madhuri Dixit and husband Shriram Nene at the restaurant
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  • Madhuri Dixit's lunch outing with mother Snehlata and family
    Having kick-started her shoot with Alia Bhatt earlier this month, Madhuri Dixit said in an interview that the youngster has a knack for getting into the skin of her character. "She is such a versatile actor. When she plays a character, she owns it. I have noticed that between shots, Alia doesn't bother how her hair is looking or doesn't give in to such unnecessary distractions. It's fun to be around young actors like her and Varun Dhawan as they bring a lot of energy on the sets. I'm happy to learn from them." Pictured: Madhuri Dixit and Shriram Nene pose for the photographers
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    That she is enthusiastic to learn new things is evident in Madhuri Dixit's choice of films too — she made her debut in Marathi cinema with Bucket List. Pointing out that her learning curve extended to her real life as well, Dixit revealed that she learnt the "internet lingo" from her sons, Arin and Rayaan, as part of her prep for the Marathi film. "I am not really tech-savvy. One day, my elder son told me, 'Mom, you are on Twitter, why don't you join Snapchat?' I did and now, I am having a lot of fun on the platform." Pictured: Madhuri Dixit Nene's elder son Raayan exiting the restaurant
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    Madhuri Dixit 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. 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 Dixit's younger son Arin Nene and her mother Snehlata
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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." Pictured: Arin Nene seen helping grandmom while she gets down the steps
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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: Arin, Rayaan with their grand mom Snehlata
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    Madhuri Dixit's husband Sriram Nene is a cardiovascular surgeon from Los Angeles, California. Pictured: Madhuri and Shriram seen waving at the photographers before leaving
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Madhuri Dixit with husband Shriram Nene, kids Arin, Rayaan and mother Snehlata Dixit were spotted at a popular restaurant in Bandra-Kurla-Complex, Mumbai. We have pictures

 

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