When it comes to talking about the biggest celebrities in Bollywood, Madhuri Dixit is a name that will not fail to be mentioned. The actress began her career in the 80s and has come a long way since. Some of her most influential works include that of Tezaab in 1988, Hum Aapke Hain Kaun in 1994, Dil To Pagal Hai in 1997 and Devdas in 2002. Shortly after, she married and moved to the United States, but moved to India in 2011 – making his comeback in movies and judging reality shows. And now, she may be exploring another medium.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Madhuri will soon be making his debut on Netflix with an untitled series produced by none other than Karan Johar and his production banner, Dharma Productions. The series will be a thrilling family drama, reflecting the lives of people in the entertainment industry and all they live. It will be written by a New York-based writer, Sri Rao, who has worked on likes like What Goes On, General Hospital: Night Shift, The Black Widow, and the star of Katrina Kaif and Sidharth Malthora, Baar Baar Dekho. However, this will not be the first time that Sri has collaborated with Madhuri.
The earlier two worked together on a pilot for an ABC show inspired by Madhuri’s life as a Bollywood superstar turned football mum in the American suburbs. The actress produced the show but did not play. Speaking of jumping on the digital streaming platform, Madhuri shared: “I have been working in movies for decades and coping with the camera has always been one of my greatest joys. But this is the first time I’m working on a series, and I’m both excited and nervous. It will be a completely new experience, because if you must be wise when you tell a story about a movie, you have the luxury of time in a series. “