On Friday, February 8, 2002 at 5:07:31 AM UTC-5, Black Rod wrote: > > historians, or audiences members) will be sitting around ten, twenty, > > fifty years from now waxing eloquent about her acting capabilities. > > Her dances, yes, but her performances, definitely not.
Yes, Rekha was always irritating in my opinion. She was very bad in Aastha. You can tell that she was desperate to play a prostitute in that movie that she must have told the director not to put too much effort in the storytelling and just show her as a housewife desperate to earn some big bucks so that she can live a lavish life. Not enough justification was provided for her in aastha to show that she was forced to choose the path of prostitution. Pathetic actress she is!
firstname.lastname@example.org: Sep 18 05:42PM -0700
On Thursday, February 7, 2002 at 1:34:30 PM UTC-5, Alia wrote: > historians, or audiences members) will be sitting around ten, twenty, > fifty years from now waxing eloquent about her acting capabilities. > Her dances, yes, but her performances, definitely not.
I don't understand what you're trying to say. It's obvious that you're biased towards other contemporaries of Madhuri that you don't want to acknowledge that Madhuri has also acted in films like Anjaam, Mrityudand (her career best performance) and Lajja. These films saw her in rebellious roles and she did great justice to it. Watch her in Devdas and you will realise what an actress she is. She was always an actress as well as a great dancer which is rare to find in Bollywood. I don't understand why people remember Madhuri in Beta for her 'dhak dhak' number and not for her performance? She was brilliant as a literate village housewife who tries to straighten her evil mother-in-law by some sweet little antics. She was also mind blowing in Khal Nayak as a police woman who tries to reform a criminal. I find Madhuri's performance as well as her dances amazing. Why people hate her so much i don't understand.
email@example.com: Sep 18 05:45PM -0700
On Monday, February 11, 2002 at 5:28:40 PM UTC-5, Aadil Moosa wrote: > The Greatest Indian Female Superstar.
> Long Live Madhuri Dixit
> Aadil Moosa
I would like to add, can anyone picture any other actress in the scene from Devdas where Madhuri confronts the evil son-in-law of Aishwarya Rai in the midst of a 'jashn' and puts that bastard in his right place with the agony in her eyes and with the power of her words? It was just mind blowing. I was at a total loss of words when I saw Madhuri in that