Madhuri Dixit Nene, husband launch online dance academy

Madhuri dixit dance academy

'Dance with Madhuri' is a revolutionary product, which allows dance enthusiasts to enroll into the programme through their Facebook, Gmail or Yahoo id.

"This venture is one of its kind. There is no dance academy that is online. We are blind.. we don't know how people will react, what response we will get. Also it can be a medium to find new talent. We want to bring different dance forms be it classical, western or Bollywood style under one roof," Madhuri said.

Through this online dance academy, the 45-year-old aims to reach out to dance lovers and fans across the globe, where they can get to learn dancing from her and a team of

choreographers.

"I think if you have bricks and walls you teach dance to 200-300 people but this way (online) you can reach out to maximum number of people and they can hop on to it at their leisure, pace. They can learn dance whenever they want," she said.

"The main thing for me is you reach out to lot of people... Time is no barrier whenever you want you can go online and dance. As time is becoming a commodity today, its very rare... you can learn it anytime you want," she added.

Initially, Madhuri would be giving lessons and for this, she has choosen two of her popular songs 'Maye Ni Maye' from 'Hum Aapke Hai Kaun' and 'Ek Do Teen' from 'Tezaab'. Later, she will rope in choreographers as well.

Madhuri's dancing journey started from the age of three.

"My sister used to learn dancing.. I used to stand behind her and imitate her. The sir over there told my sister if I am keen to learn dancing then why not send me too here.

That is how the journey started. Dance has been always close to my heart," she said.

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