Combo image shows Ayeza Khan dressed as Madhuri.
Jabeen Adil, Gulf Today
Famous Pakistani actress Ayeza Khan paid a huge tribute to Bollywood's most popular actress Madhuri Dixit.
Taking to her Instagram Ayeza has shared some photos of herself to resemble Madhuri’s look from her famous song “Eik Do Teen,” in the movie “Tezaab.”
The “Chupkey Chupkey” star also shared Madhuri’s photo with a heart-touching message.
Ayeza wrote the name of her famous song Eik Do Teeeeeen…” Or “Dev Babuu.!”
“This is exactly what comes to my mind every time I hear the name Madhuri Dixit," Ayeza said. While appreciating her beauty Ayeza said, "When you look at her, you feel that Dil To Pagal Hai.”
Paying a huge tribute to the Dance Queen, Ayeza further said, “Oh what an exciting time that was. We have been blessed to see and dance along to Madhuri Dixit. What a phenomenal dancer and what an amazing actor, who could shake your heart with just a tear in her eyes.”
As a huge fan of Madhuri, Ayeza Khan expresses her desire to meet her, as she said, “It was a dream to be able to dress up as her. I wish I could meet her and let her know, how beautiful she is, and how she had been such a huge inspiration for me throughout my career and how she would rejuvenate my love for the screen every time I watched one of her movies! This one is for you my love.”
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