Dhak dhak girl Madhuri Dixit being quarantined with her husband Shriram Nene and kids is keeping herself busy by polishing her dance moves and spending some quality time with her family. Madhuri Dixit who is on the TikTok platform, posted a video taking the accent challenge, where she was seen mouthing certain words in Indian accent, while hubby Shriram pronounced the same words in USA accent. But this did not get down well with the TikTok and they began to troll her for certain words.
The duo while taking the accent challenge had to pronounce some words in Indian and American accent, while some words were totally different, some remained same, but when the actress put in her extra efforts to make it sound different, she got a thumbs down from the TikTok users. She shared the video with the caption asking people’s take on it. It read, “#accentchallenge This was so much fun Who do you guys think did better?” But the TikTok users trolled her for pronouncing route in different way just to make it sound Indian.
One of the TikTok user wrote, “Route ko route hi bolte hai raut nahi”
##AccentChallengeThis was so much fun 🤩 Who do you guys think did better? 🤔😁♬ Candle - Madhuri Dixit
Also grabbing everyone’s attention is their son’s presence in the video. Arin Nene is seen goofing in the background as he bombs their video; dancing as he moves from one end to the other. One of the users also mentioned of noticing him, followed by laughing emojis. ALSO READ: Diet Sabya Calls Out Madhuri Dixit’s Raja Costume Designer For Copying Versace’s Iconic Collection
Madhuri Dixit was last seen in Karan Johar’s flick Kalank as Bahaar Begum for which she was nominated for best actress in the supporting role. ALSO READ: Madhuri Dixit Recalls Her Struggling Days, Reveals She Was Called 'Too Skinny' Before Tezaab
Image Source: Instagram/madhuridixitnene
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