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Nora Fatehi Teaches Dilbar Dance Step To Madhuri Dixit On Dance Deewane

Nora Fatehi, a guest on this week’s Dance Deewane episode, was seen teaching Madhuri Dixit the rhythm and dance step of her wildly popular song Dilbar.

After playing Mera Piya Ghar Aaya with Nora Fatehi, Madhuri Dixit was seen learning the dance rhythm to Nora’s song, Dilbar on Dance Deewane’s sets. Nora was visiting the dance show sets as a guest.

Dilbar Remake

In the video, Nora broke down the choreography and helped Madhuri learn it. After seeing Nora, Madhuri tried it herself a few times before combining the hand movements she did. Excited Nora was very happy for Madhuri as she did this step well.

Dilbar was originally featured in Sirf Tum of Sushmita Sen. This hit song was performed in Satyamev Jayate by talented actress Nora. The remake was a big hit.

Madhuri Dixit On Dance Deewane Season 3

Madhuri is one of three celebrities in Dance Deewane season 3. She joins the judiciary with Tushar Kalia and Dharmesh Yelande. Every week, the show features a celebrity guest judge. Last week dancers Shakti Mohan and Punit Pathak appeared on the show. A few weeks ago, the show also hosted veteran actors Waheeda Rehman, Asha Parekh and Helen.

The actor recently headed out for a vacation in the picturesque Maldives with her husband Dr Shriram Nene. The couple was seen enjoying candlelit dinners and riding a speedboat during their trip. Madhuri shared pictures from the island, which has become a favourite holiday destination among Bollywood stars lately.

Madhuri had moved to the US a few years after she married Dr Nene. The actor took a break from acting only to find her way back into the industry. She was last seen in Kalank. She starred alongside Varun Dhawan, Alia Bhatt, Sonakshi Sinha, Aditya Roy Kapur and Sanjay Dutt in the movie. The movie did not perform well at the box office. She will soon be seen in Netflix’s Finding Anamika.

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