My childhood taught me to always have an undying spirit: Madhuri Dixit

In the 'Bachpan Special' of Colors' Dance Deewane, Madhuri Dixit went nostalgic and said that life's most important lessons are often learnt during childhood

My childhood taught me to always have an undying spirit: Madhuri Dixit

Week after week, Colors' dance reality show Dance Deewane is leaving the audience in awe with the startling performances by talent from different generations. In this weekend episode, the entertainment level goes a notch higher with the theme ‘Bachpan special’.

Emotions took over and nostalgia set in as many childhood memories of our judges and contestants were revealed. The contestants had to perform using a prop that brought back a special memory of their childhood. One performance that mesmerised everybody was the aerial act on ‘Illahi’ performed by ‘Deenanth Ji’ from the 3rdgeneration who used a bicycle as a prop. Madhuri Dixit was really touched by his performance as she could connect this act with her own childhood memory.

Caught up with emotions, Madhuri Dixit said, “My childhood days are extremely special to me. As a child, I was very fond of riding bicycles and always managed to get some time to practice riding it. Though the funny part is that I used to crash into bushes but somehow, I managed to learn to ride it and never gave up. Childhood memories teach us very important life lessons and this taught me to always have an undying spirit and never give up.”

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