Madhuri Dixit to join the wax brigade at London’s Madame Tussauds

Bollywood diva, Madhuri Dixit, who is often cited by the media as one of the best actresses of the Bollywood history, is now all set join the A-list line up at London’s Madame Tussauds. The 44-year-old
actress will be immortalised in wax and her statue will take up residence next year.

Madhuri Dixit made her debut in the film Abodh (1984) and since then she has entertained people with many great performances as a result to which today she is rated as one of the leading actresses of the
Bollywood industry. She is famously known for her natural acting, beauty and graceful dancing and due to her qualities she has finally earned herself a place at the famed wax museum in London.

According to the wax museum’s website, Madhuri’s statue will be completed in four months with the help of sculptors, hair, makeup and wardrobe experts. The statue will cost 150,000 pounds.  

"The decision to include Madhuri is set to delight Bollywood fans around the world as we are constantly inundated with requests to feature Madhuri. Her figure will make a stunning new addition to our Bollywood
area which continues to grow in popularity every year," read the statement.

"With so many awards to her name and a career spanning over 25 years she undoubtedly deserves her place here and we expect huge interest in the figure when she takes up residence next year!" the statement
further added.

Previously, Shahrukh Khan, Ashwarya Rai, Amitabh Bachchan, Hrithik Roshan and Salman Khan were the only five Bollywood celebrities who had earn themselves a place at the London’s wax museum. Therefore,
Madhuri is pretty excited upon getting the honour.

"I am really thrilled I am going to be included at Madame Tussauds. It’s a real mark of achievement and to be recognised for one’s art and work,” said Madhuri in the statement.

There are no doubts about Madhuri Dixit’s contribution in the Bollywood industry because her performances in "Tezaab", "Ram Lakhan", "Sajan", "Beta", " Dil", "Hum Aapke Hain Koun!", "Dil Toh Pagal Hai"
and "Devdas" will never be forgotten by anyone.


  1. i am so happy this news is good news madhuri dixit to join th wax brigade at london’s madame tussauds.

    mala tuzha khup abhimn vatato