Here Madhuri is seen with father Shankar Dixit. The actress lost her father last year after a prolonged illness.
Madhuri Dixit poses with her husband Sriram Nene and sons Arin and Raayan before attending classical Indian music festival.
Madhuri was trained in rare martial art forms such as Shaolin Kungfu, Pekiti Tirsia Kali and Shaolin Chin-na by filmmaker Soumik Sen for 'Gulaab Gang'.
Looking relaxed and happy. Yes, the actress took a much need break from 'Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa' and made a quick trip to Lonavala with her family.
Despite her hectic work schedule, Madhuri manages to take time out for her family. She uploaded a photo which features her husband and children taken during their trip to Simla. Trekking in Simla," she had tweeted.
Madhuri's mother Snehlata Dixit who is a trained classical singer joined her daughter for a song in the film 'Gulaab Gang'. The actress took to Twitter to share this photo.
Madhuri Dixit took to Twitter to ask her fans about the film from which this behind-the-scene was taken from. Madhuri had worked with Hussain in a Bollywood film called 'Gaja Gamini' in 2000.
For Shah Rukh Khan's Eid party, Madhuri was spotted donning a traditional look, while husband looked dapper in this black outfit.
The star tweeted this photo along with the caption, The best uploaded performance in the next week wins an official "I'm dancing with Madhuri" t-shirt!"
Madhuri impressed her fans in Dubai with her performance at a live concert. She was accompanied by 'Temptations Reloaded' co-actors Jacqueline Fernandez, Deepika Padukone and Honey Singh and SRK.
Madhuri also shared several lovely pictures she had clicked during her trip to Sydney last year. She posted these photos along with the message, "Had a lovely day around Sydney" She was in Australia, courtesy Shah Rukh Khan's show 'Temptation Reloaded'.
Husband Dr Nene showed off his dance moves in a private photo the star shared on Twitter. For the uninitiated, this photo was taken backstage at 'Temptations Reloaded'.
Madhuri tied the knot with Denver-based Dr Shriram Nene on October 17, 1999. After spending over a decade there she came back to India and permanently shifted to Mumbai in October 2011 with her family.
Madhuri Dixit took to Twitter to share with her fans a personal with her parents. The star was born in a Marathi-speaking Koknastha Hindu Brahmin family - mother Snehlata and father Shankar Dixit. As the dancing diva of Bollywood turns 47 today, here's a sneak peak into her personal life. Madhuri Dixit took to Twitter to share with her fans a personal with her parents. The star was born in a Marathi-speaking Koknastha Hindu Brahmin family - mother Snehlata and father Shankar Dixit.