“Madhuri was against Dixit”

Manisha Koirala Reveals Why She Said No To Dil Toh Pagal Hai:

Madhuri and Manisha together in a picture. (Etiquette: hdpopcorns,

Manisha Koirala fans are waiting Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar, Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s Netflix show also stars Sonakshi Sinha, Aditi Rao Hydari, Richa Chadha, Sharmin Segal and Sanjeeda Shaikh. But did you know Manisha Koirala was offered by Yash Chopra My mind is crazy, yes, you read that right. In a recent conversation with India Today, Manisha said that she was offered Shah Rukh Khan’s film. “One regret in my career is that I didn’t do a Yash Chopra film. I was pitted against Madhuri (Dixit) ji and I was nervous. I withdrew from that project,” she said.

“Every actor of my time, when Yashji was alive, wanted to work with Yashji because he played beautiful women. I went to Yashji’s office and told him, ‘Sir, it is my dream to be your heroine. You are pitting me against Madhuriji.’ Due to my better judgement, I think I was wrong. To Manisha Koira added

Manisha Koirala and Madhuri Dixit Later shared screen space in the 2001 film shame Talking about that project, Manisha said, “Years later when Raj Santoshiji made an offer shame For me, I took it because I made a mistake before. shame’s story was heart-wrenching, woman-centric and I was blown away by the subject matter. I think safety comes when you have a strong producer and when you trust your own skin. Also, I made the mistake of letting go of a big project that could have been a landmark film in my career. I realized that I didn’t want to make that mistake again because of my stupid insecurities. I’m so glad I did. I am very proud shame,

Manisha Koirala also described Madhuri Dixit as a “good person and actress”. She said, “Madhuri ji is a good person and actress. I didn’t need to be insecure. I think when you have a strong actor in front of you, you perform well. They encourage you to do better. I also loved working with Rekhaji.

Hiramandi: Diamond Bazaar To be released on May 1.

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