Madhuri Dixit: My kids know about my dancing skills more from their friends


The actor believes she has a “natural affinity” towards dance since the age of three. But I think they know more from friends, that ‘your mom is a good dancer’ than actually knowing it first hand! It has taught me discipline, grace, passion, to be true to the profession, and the spirituality of it. Advertising

The 52-year-old actor says dance has been such a huge part of her life that she cannot imagine a life without it. 0
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The show gives opportunity to three different generations of kids, youth and seniors to compete and win. Why can’t they show that off. I have to keep all that in mind when I’m judging them.”
The actor says she had “all kinds of mentors”. In our society, the attitude is ‘you’re more than 50 years old, why are you dancing, let the kids dance.’
“That’s not right. Popular Photos

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Have you seen these photos of Kangana Ranaut, Sunny Leone and Katrina Kaif? They should have their own lives and talents. Once my mom sat me down and said ‘please stop, people will start throwing money!’
“I can’t imagine my life without my dance and the acting. “So when you grow up, you have to decide which teacher you want to be.”
Dance Deewane will start airing from June 15. He came back and said ‘wow, you’re a cool mom now!’” Madhuri told PTI. The actor says as a judge, she is conscious that she shouldn’t be “harsh” towards any contestant. “My son comes and asks me, ‘mom do you know hip hop?’ I told him to watch ‘Kay Sera Sera’. “I never realised ‘oh I am a good dancer’, I used to just love dance and I was shameless about it. I always want to be positive and encouraging, whether it’s a small child or the first generation. I can’t be anything but be grateful about everything.”
Madhuri will next be seen judging season two of Colors dance reality show Dance Deewane, along with film director Shashank Khaitan and choreographer Tushar Kalia. “If you’re harsh with someone, it discourages them. I could dance in a train, outside, anywhere.