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Gaja Gamini

First let me tell you a big heartfell THANK YOU for participating in our Madhuri week! And then I apologize for being a bit quicker so you did not realize your idea of putting together Madhuri┬┤s best dances :)

katherine

No, thank you -- you've reminded me that I seriously need to pay more attention to Madhuri! And do NOT apologize, I loved your posts on her dancing, I could never have done anything as nice, especially in such a short time after realizing I was going to miss out on this week if I didn't get a move on!

Dolce and Namak

This just about sums up ALL my thoughts on Mads as well. Down to the love for Aaja Nachle and to getting me through Devdas. Ok, now you can get out of my head, please and thank you! :D

What I really wish is that she had not quit and instead used her position to make the movies *she* wanted. Wouldn't it have been so nice to still have someone of her stature and talent be active in the industry? Sigh...

Well... I guess we'll always have Aaja Nachle...

katherine

Oh, absolutely! I do, however, end up feeling a little sorry for her at times, much in the same way I do about Govinda, in that they both kind of had the peaks of their careers in my least favorite decade. But. Still.

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