Madhuri Dixit is one of the most cheered actresses and Kathak artists Bollywood has ever seen. Brought into the world in a Marathi Brahmin Koknastha family to Mr. Shankar and Mrs. Snehlata, Madhuri Dixit has two sisters Rupa, Bharti, and a sibling Ajit. She performed modestly well in her scholastics and tried to turn into a Microbiologist which made her seek after the subject from Mumbai’s Sathaye College, once known as Parle College; however, in the time span of half-year, she quit school to seek after her vocation in Bollywood.
In spite of the fact that she appeared with ‘Abodh’ in 1984, it’s with ‘Tezaab’ (1988), a sentimental spine chiller rank opposite to Anil Kapoor, where she began gathering eminence and fame. Her presentation in ‘Ek Do Tin’ made each heart depressed to the pulsates of the tune.
After ‘Tejaab’, Madhuri Dixit was again cast with Anil Kapoor for Subhash Ghai’s ‘Slam Lakhan'(1989). In her next ‘Prem Pratigya’. Dixit proceeded with her prosperity with her fourth pairing with Anil Kapoor in Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s show ‘Parinda’. In 1990, Madhuri featured in the sentimental dramatization ‘Dil’ opposite Aamir Khan. Her exhibition in ‘Dil’ additionally acquired her the primary Filmfare Best Actress Award of her vocation. She was additionally found in the dramatizations ‘Sailaab’ against Aditya Pancholi and ‘Kishen Kanhaiya’ alongside Anil Kapoor. The next year in 1991, she featured in the super-hit film ‘Saajan’ against Salman Khan and Sanjay Dutt. In 1992, Dixit highlighted in the film ‘Beta’ once again alongside Anil Kapoor. Following the film’s prosperity, Dixit turned out to be broadly known as the “Dhak Girl” for her presentation on the song “Dhak Dhak Karne Laga”.
In 1993, Dixit featured in the super-hit film ‘Khalnayak; alongside Sanjay Dutt and Jackie Shroff. In 1994, Dixit featured in ‘Anjaam’, opposite to Shahrukh Khan unexpectedly. Her next was ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun’ opposite Salman Khan. The film got perhaps the greatest hit and the most elevated earning Bollywood film after its dramatic run and held this record for a very long time till the arrival of ‘Gadar: Ek Prem Katha’ (2001). 1995 saw Dixit star in the hit film ‘Raja’ opposite Sanjay Kapoor. Her next delivery was David Dhawan’s ‘Yaraana’ opposite Rishi Kapoor.
Following a not all that effective year in 1996 with films like ‘Prem Granth’ and ‘Rajkumar’Madhuri Dixit bobbed back with Prakash Jha’s ‘Mrityudand’ in 1997 followed by Yash Chopra’s ‘Dil to Pagal Hai’ (1997), opposite to Shahrukh Khan and Karisma Kapoor. Notwithstanding, her professional development eased back down with films like Wajood (1998) and Aarzoo (1999). In 2000, Madhuri featured in Rajkumar Santoshi’s ‘Pukar’ against Anil Kapoor. She at that point played the main character in ‘Gaja Gamini’ In 2001, Dixit featured in Deepak Shivdasani’s adoration triangle ‘Yeh Raaste Hain Pyaar Ke’ against Ajay Devgan and Preity Zinta, trailed by rejoining with Rajkumar Santoshi in the multi-starer ‘Lajja’ (2001). Madhuri Dixit’s next delivery was Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s period sentiment ‘Devdas’, co-featuring Shahrukh Khan and Aishwarya Rai.
It ended up being her last film for some time as she moved to Denver, the U.S.A with her significant other Dr. Shriram Madhav Nene, a Cardiovascular Surgeon. She thusly turned into a glad mother of two children (Arin and Ryan) in March 2003 and March 8, 2005, individually.
Dr. Shirman Madhav Nene was born in London, his parents hailed from India but they immigrated from there in 1962. Dr. Shirman Madhav Nene was raised in America. He is a UCLA-Trained cardiovascular surgeon.
He holds the degree of MD and Facs and practiced in Denver as a board-certified Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgeon. He is also specialized in mitral valve repair, endovascular aortic surgery, and was trained as a Da Vinci Robotic surgeon.
Here we have 10 alluring pictures of Madhuri Dixit with her husband. Let’s have a look: