In 2007, on Woman's International Day Madhuri Dixit topped Rediff's list of the 'Best Bollywood Actresses Ever'.
In May 2008, Madhuri was paid a tribute by the Indian Film Festival at Los Angeles (IFFLA).
The famous Indian painter M.F. Husain made a film named 'Gaja Gamini' (2000) which was a tribute to Madhuri Dixit.
In 1997, Madhuri Dixit was awarded the "Kalabhinetri", by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.
Kathak master Birju Maharaj choreographed "Kaahe Chedd Mohe" in 'Devdas', especially for Madhuri Dixit.
Madhuri Dixit starred in Prakash Jha's critically acclaimed 'Mrityudand' (1997). It won the Best Feature Film award at the Cinéma Tout Ecran in Geneva and the Bangkok Film Festival.
In 2001, Madhuri Dixit's name was present in the 'Top Five Powerful Indian Movie Stars' in Forbes Magazine.
In early 2011, Madhuri declined the lead role in an Indian remake of 'Freaky Friday' which was to be helmed by former co-star Anil Kapoor and starring his daughter Sonam Kapoor.
In the song "Kahe Chedd Mohe," the outfit worn by Madhuri Dixit weighed 30 kilograms. She had some problems with the dance choreography because of this, but she eventually completed it.
In March 2010, The Economic Times named Madhuri Dixit in the list of the '33 women who made India proud'.
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