Actor Madhuri Dixit was in the Capital on Tuesday to promote her comeback film Aaja Nachle. CNN-IBN correspondent Simrat Ghuman caught up with the dancing diva.
CNN-IBN: Madhuri, welcome back to Bollywood.
Madhuri Dixit: Thank you very much.
CNN-IBN: Three days to go for Aaja Nachle’s release. How do you feel?
Madhuri Dixit: Right now I don’t have time to feel because we are doing the publicity for the movie, talking to different people. So right now it’s like moving constantly but in slow motion.
CNN-IBN: What is the USP of the film? Is it an out and out entertainer or does it also have a message?
Madhuri Dixit: It’s a complete film, it is an entertainer. It has a message. The movie has a lot of soul and heart. I wish and hope people come and see it.
CNN-IBN: There are also reports that your biggest fan painter MF Husain has booked an entire theatre in Dubai to watch the film.
Madhuri Dixit: Oh my goodness! That’s wonderful.
CNN-IBN: Any other project in the pipeline?
Madhuri Dixit: Nothing really, for me it’s only Aaja Nachle right now.
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