13 Madhuri Dixit movies you should watch at least once in your life

Madhuri Dixit has always been the queen of our hearts. Be it her personal life or her career, both, equally make us want to cry of JOY.

On her 50th birthday, let us go back in time and reminisce the lovely 90’s where her career hit off the radar and blessed us with the most entertaining drama.   

  1. Teezab 

    About Mahesh’s life that is ruined after his parents are killed and he is jailed. He is separated from Mohini, who suffers due to her cruel father. Mahesh returns but only to save Mohini and settle old scores. 
    Directed by: N. Chandra

  2. Dil 
    Raja’s father is a miser while Madhu’s wealthy father is proud of his status. When Raja and Madhu get married against their parents’ wishes, their respective parents set out to ruin their marriage.

    Directed by: Indra Kumar 

  3. Devdas
    After his wealthy family prohibits him from marrying the woman he is in love with, Devdas’s life spirals downward as he takes up alcohol and a life of a vice to alleviate the pain.

    Directed by: Sanjay Leela Bhansali

  4. Dil toh Pagal hai
    Rahul is a dancer and the director of a dance troupe. His best friend Nisha, who is a member of his troupe, is secretly in love with him. But he gets attracted to Pooja, who is engaged to Ajay.

    Directed by: Yash Chopra 

  5. Hum Aapke hain koun!

    Prem madly loves Nisha, his brother Rajesh’s sister-in-law. But when Rajesh’s wife dies, the families urge him to marry Nisha for the sake of his baby. Prem and Nisha decide to sacrifice their love. 
    Directed by: Sooraj Barjatya

  6. Anjaam
    Vijay, a spoilt brat, is madly in love with Shivani. However, his love turns into an obsession when she rejects his marriage proposal. Soon, Vijay’s obsession with Shivani turns him into a psychopath.Directed by: Rahul Rawail
  7. Prem Pratigyaa
    A local goon saves a girl after a gangster tries to molest her. Initially, she dislikes his mannerisms as doesn’t respect him, but soon, she begins to develop feelings for him and helps him transform.

    Directed by: Bapu

  8. Koyla
    Raja is an evil tyrant who lords over a small town and tricks Gauri into marriage despite her love for Raja’s humble servant Shankar. He plans to kill Shankar but Shankar returns to wreak vengeance.

    Directed by: Rakesh Roshan

  9. Prem Granth 
    Somen and Kajri fall in love with each other and wish to get married. Things, however, take an ugly turn when Kajri gets raped and is forced to flee thereafter.

    Directed by: Rajiv Kapoor

  10. Uttar Dakshin
    When his mother is on her deathbed, Raja comes to know his father is still alive, wealthy and married to someone else. Raja decides to befriend Shankran, his stepbrother, and ruin their lives.

    Directed by: Prabhat Khanna

  11. Lajja
    The journeys of four different women who are all victims of male chauvinism are brought together due to common circumstances. However, they refuse to get abused and decide to fight for their rights.

    Directed by: Rajkumar Santoshi

  12. Beta
    Raju, heir to millions, is devoted to his stepmother who, in turn, takes full advantage of his simplicity. But when Raju’s wife sees through her, it sets off a war of wits between the two women.

    Directed by: Indra Kumar

  13. Khalnayak
    Inspector Ram succeeds in nabbing notorious criminal Ballu. When Ballu’s escape taints Ram’s name, his fiancee, Ganga, decides to trap Ballu. But, things get complicated when Ballu begins to love her.
     Directed by: Subhash Ghai

    Apart from all these movies the amazing Madhuri Dixit has always won our hearts through reality shows and her television presence. 

    Wish you a Very Happy Birthday, dear queen!

Go Watch them all if you haven’t already!