Words matter. These are the best Madhuri Dixit Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Dance is something I really enjoy; it gives me a different kind of happiness, something more spiritual. Plus it’s good exercise; I’m happy doing it, and it all shows!
I’ve started doing my Kathak, and I rehearse every day. Also, I’m eating right and keeping in shape. I’m a non-smoker and non-drinker and essentially a happy person. That’s what counts the most. Your well-being is reflected in your personality.
I try to give my best to everything I do. I don’t think of housework as beneath my dignity; that’s just the way I was brought up.
I don’t fear aging. It’s natural, and I can’t stop it!
When I look at a film, I don’t think, ‘Oh, I wish I had done that’ because I haven’t done that role, so it doesn’t matter.
There’s a child within me. Everything is fascinating. The hunger to learn, do better and more creative things never goes.
I had never dreamt I’d become an actress. It was destiny that put me in the right place at the right time and gave me the right opportunities.
I have never struggled for anything in my life because I never thought I will be an actress. Film just walked up to my house with ‘Abodh.’
I remember when I did ‘Mrityudand’ there was this big hoo-ha, and people were asking me why I was doing an art movie, and I would just tell them that, ‘You know, what’s the big deal, it’s a movie.’ I’m so glad that’s a thing of the past.
A lot of people cannot dance because they are inhibited. ‘Oh, I can’t dance’ or ‘I have two left feet’ or maybe someone has commented on their dancing a while back. When you enjoy something, you might be doing the simplest of moves, but they still look so beautiful.
I am capable of much more. I guess every artist feels that way. If you are satisfied, you begin to stagnate. I want to grow as an actress every day. There are so many things you can learn, and you can improve upon your skills and abilities every day.
Dance has always been my passion, and I love it.
My children are unaffected by me being an actress because that’s the way I like to keep it. I love the fact that they are so innocent about my star status. Sometimes, they come running to me and say, ‘Mom, you are on TV.’
In Denver, I was a homebody, and that’s a life I’d chosen with great happiness. I wanted that break from the arc lights and focus on building a lovely home, have some fun, look after my kids and do things that I had missed out on while pursuing my dream.
Everything can change, but Indian movies will not change much because we’re so used to the dance and songs and everything. Even Americans are getting very attracted to all this.
I guess life offers you opportunities to live your dream. We just have to accept what comes our way and live those moments completely. You will not get back this time again, so live every moment you get.
What I think is wonderful is that women are not just avengers or victims in films. They are people. They are characters. It’s so refreshing. They’re playing different kinds of characters, and they aren’t being typecast.