Padmavati: Madhuri Dixit praises Deepika Padukone for her performance in Ghoomar
Madhuri Dixit apparently lauded Deepika Padukone's song from Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati at the Jio Filmfare Marathi Awards.
Deepika Padukone is topping the chartbusters with her latest song, 'Ghoomar' from Padmavati. Sanjay Leela Bhansali's Padmavati — known to be his dream project, has been getting a lot of attention since its inception.
The song has been able to fetch praises from almost all the corners of the industry and the recent addition to that is the evergreen dancing diva of Bollywood, Madhuri Dixit Nene. Both the actresses attended the Jio Filmfare Marathi Awards 2017 on Friday when Madhuri was reportedly all praise for Padukone's performance.
DNA reports that as both the divas met each other on the red carpet, they exchanged greetings and Madhuri told Deepika that she looked stunning in 'Ghoomar.'
Deepika donned a gorgeous embellished floral Sabyasachi sari and Madhuri looked classy in a traditional pink attire. They gave the shutterbugs a number of picture perfect moments as the actresses posed together on the red carpet for quite some time.
One of the most accomplished Jhoomar dancers of Rajasthan, Jyothi D Tommaar, trained Padukone for her act in the song. Deepika had given 12 full days to rehearse for 'Ghoomar' and she had to spend four days shooting the song. Sanjay Leela Bhansali earlier told the media that the 'Ghoomar' song is their tribute to the brave Rajput women.
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