Madhuri Dixit Will Take Your Breath Away in 'Tabah Ho Gaye' from 'Kalank'

Madhuri Dixit Will Take Your Breath Away in 'Tabah Ho Gaye' from 'Kalank'

Madhuri Dixit dances to 'Tabah Ho Gaye' from the film 'Kalank' and it is truly the performance we have been waiting for
Madhuri Dixit Will Take Your Breath Away in 'Tabah Ho Gaye' from 'Kalank'
Madhuri Dixit in Kalank. Courtesy Zee Music Company

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Madhuri Dixit is immortal. She proves it in this song from Kalank where she dances to the tune of Tabah Ho Gaye. The lyrics of 'Tabah Ho Gaye' are given by Amitabh Bhattacharya and the music is composed by Pritam. The song is choreographed by Saroj Khan and Remo D'Souza but it is eventually Madhuri Dixit Nene who performs magic through her movements and her elegance. She truly will take your breath away with this song.

Honestly. We're shook.

Just look at her move.

Is there any doubt that there is no finer dancer than Madhuri Dixit right now?

From her small movements, to her expressions, to her regal and traditional get up, everything spells glamor and elegance.

Madhuri plays the role of Bahaar Begum. And boy oh boy, this is one of the many reasons we can look forward to Kalank. Watching Madhuri dance on the big screen!

*faints*

Kalank is set in the 1940s and from its trailer we can tell that it's an intense romantic comedy which is all about star cross'd lovers. It was Karan Johar’s late father Yash Johar’s passion project which has now been given life by Karan Johar himself. Reportedly Madhuri’s role was to be played by Sridevi but the future was planned out differently for this film.

In the earlier songs released from the film, Alia Bhatt was seen dancing to ‘Ghar More Pardesiya’ in a jugalbandi style song with Madhuri Dixit (but Madhuri was just watching her dance) and Varun Dhawan appeared in the song ‘First Class’. Kalank’s title track was also released recently and it is indeed another haunting melody. Watch Madhuri Dixit Nene’s full performance in ‘Tabah Ho Gaye’ here.


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