Saroj Khan's Last Song In 'Kalank' Movie Remains Classic As Madhuri Dixit Nails It Perfectly
Saroj Khan… Fondly called as ‘master Ji’, is an iconic choreographer in Bollywood as she taught many ace actors how to move their feet gracefully.
Saroj Khan… Fondly called as 'master Ji', is an iconic choreographer in Bollywood as she taught many ace actors how to move their feet gracefully. From Madhuri Dixit to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and Riteish Deshmukh to Allu Arjun, all the great dancers of Indian Film Industry have turned into pros with all the support of this ace choreographer.
Well, Saroj Khan's sudden demise is a great loss to the Bollywood as she was their guru in dance. So, most of the B-Town actors took to their social media pages and reminisced their bond with this legendary dancer. It is just like Bollywood lost their 'Adaa' and remained calm and mourning.
Dance is a 'Soul Talking' for our dear master Ji… Yes! Saroj Khan took to her Insta page on the occasion of 2019's 'World Dance Day' and posted an amazing image of herself. She also doled out that "Dance isn't about the feet dancing or the body moving, it's about the soul talking.✨ #worlddanceday…" and made us witness her love towards 'Dance'.
Well, when we speak about the last composing of Saroj Khan, fortunately, it turned into a classic one… Madhuri Dixit being her favourite student got the lucky chance to perform the compositions of her guru for one last time in the movie 'Kalank'.
Madhuri killed it with her performance and made the song "Tabah Ho…" remain as one of the classics in B-Town. All the credit goes to Saroj Khan as she made Madhuri dance so well on the stage adding her valuable suggestions and steps.
In this video, Madhuri is seen dancing along with her assorted group of dancers in the Kathak dance form. From the free turns to classic dance steps Madhuri nailed them so well and made the song an eye-feisty.
Kalank movie had a huge star cast of Alia Bhatt, Varun Dhawan, Madhuri Dixit, Sanjay Dutt, Sonakshi Sinha and Aditya Roy Kapur. This Abhishek Varman directorial was a little bit clumsy with so many additions. From Hindu-Muslim angle to India-Pakistan partition tale and illegitimate child story to love drama, the director added too many patches to one tale making it a confusing one. Although this movie bombed at the box office, it will be remembered for its regal aura and rich screenplay.