Lilly Singh Dances On Madhuri Dixit's Iconic Songs On Her Birthday; Receives A Sweet Reply From The Diva

As it is Madhuri Dixit's birthday today, YouTuber and Television Show Host Lilly Singh shot a video dancing on her iconic songs. Lilly called Madhuri her first-ever idol

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Lilly Singh Dances On Madhuri Dixit's Iconic Songs On Her Birthday; Receives A Sweet Reply From The Diva
It is Madhuri Dixit's birthday today. Wishes are pouring in from all corners. However, the best one seems to have come from Lilly Singh. The famous YouTuber and Television Show Host showed off her dancing prowess by grooving to the iconic songs of Madhuri Dixit in order to pay a tribute to the Dhak Dhak girl. Lilly Singh shared the video on Twitter and took the opportunity to shower lovely words on Madhuri. Much to our delight, Madhuri even gave a sweet reply to Lilly Singh.

The YouTuber shared the video with the caption, "In honour of my first ever idol, happy birthday @MadhuriDixit. Thank you for helping me get ready for the past 30 years. You’re incredible. Red heart#HappyBirthdayMadhuriDixit (Mix by @djsuketuindia)." A Little Late With Lilly Singh host can be seen dancing on songs like Choli Ke Peeche Kya Hai, Dhak Dhak Karne Laga, Dola Re, Tamma Tamma, and Nachle le. This video proves that Lilly is a fan dancer and a queen of expressions. Replying to Lilly, Madhuri wrote, "Haha this is so cute! Thank you so much."

Not just Lilly, others like Anil Kapoor, Renuka Sahane, Abhishek Bachchan, Sachin Tendulkar, Arjun Bijlani, Mouni Roy, Preity Zinta and many others wished Madhuri on her birthday on social media. Choreographer Saroj Khan shared a few unseen pictures of her favourite student on Instagram to wish her on her special day. The diva personally thanked everyone on Twitter by responding to each and every wish.







Image Source: Twitter/Lilly/Instagram/madhuridixtnene

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