Friday 11 December 2015

Saroj Khan Bollywood dancing taught me: Madhuri Dixit

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Mumbai, Dec 10 (PTI) She has won hearts with her moves but Bollywood diva Madhuri Dixit reveals it was ace choreographer Saroj Khan who taught her Bollyood dancing.

Madhuri Dixit  said, 'He told me that I have to rehearse a lot. Bollywood dance I learned from them. '' Beats Girl 'for the dance is supposed to relieve stress. He Sanjay Leela Bhansali's 2002 film 'Devdas' in their hit number' Dola Re 'in the filmmaker's next film Bajirao Mastani' the 'pinga' appealed to not compare.  

Many fans have said that the song 'pinga' Dola Re Dola 'reminds the Aeshwarya Rai and Madhuri. Deepika Padukone and Priyanka Chopra in pinga. Madhuri said, 'I do not want to say more than that, like an interesting take on the same form.'

 "Saroj Khan ji (choreographer) knows my problem very well. My problem was that I was a classical dancer..I am trained in Kathak and I did not know Bollywood dancing. When we were doing Uttar Dakshin, Saroj ji told me to learn Bollywood dance," Madhuri told reporters here at an event of "Dance with Madhuri", her online Dance Academy.

"She had told me when we do Tezab I will have to do a lot of rehearsals. I have learnt Bollywood dancing from her," the 47-year-old actress said. For the "Dhak-Dhak" girl, dance is also a stressbuster. "Whenever I am tensed I dance.. that is the best stress buster. Like some people meditate or do yoga I dance as I feel happiness," she added.

Madhuri feels that Bollywood films have witnessed some changes in dancing over the years.
"Changes do come as different styles do keep coming but the basic thing of happiness and joy is there," she added.

Tata Sky has partnered with Madhuri and her husband Shriram Nenes RnM Moving Picture to launch Dance Studio, which will help its interested subscribers learn various forms of dancing.
On qualities that she looks in a good dancer, Madhuri says, "One should be expressive, there should be grace and how to carry yourself. When you put expression, rhythm and body language together then you become a good dancer."

The Direct-to-home majors service will provide introduction to different dance forms ranging from Bollywood dance to specialised forms like Kathak, Bharatanatyam, Jazz, Contemporary, Hip-Hop along with Salsa, Tango, the company said in a statement.

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