Curse of the comeback? Part One of Five: Madhuri Dixit in “Aaja Nachle” (2007)

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This is part one of a five part series looking at whether heroine-oriented comebacks are doomed to fail.

The first film looked at is Madhuri Dixit’s return to the big screen in late 2007’s “Aaja Nachle”, her first film since her memorable turn as Chandramukhi in “Devdas”, over five years earlier.

Madhuri Dixit, in fact made two comebacks – a second in 2012 with the film Dedh Ishqiya, which included the song “Hamari Atariya” which made the list of top 10 “anti-item songs” in a previous post, and as mentioned in said post, the film is unusual and provocative in several ways that warrant greater analysis generally outside this theme of “cursed” comebacks.

“Aaja Nachle” is a rather different comeback from “Dedh Ishqiya” as well, as Dixit did not, in fact, move back to India from the US, where she settled after marriage to an American, until late 2011, the same…

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The interesting dress of Kathak

KATHAK'S SPECIAL DRESS As I had mentioned in one of my previous posts, dressing style and sense are really important part of any dance form. Specially, in classical dance forms like kathak,bharatnatyam, kuchipuddi,kathakali, odissi etc. You can view the post here.   Today however,I will only be throwing light on the amazing dress of Kathak. Of… Continue reading The interesting dress of Kathak