Finally! Madhuri Dixit is back in India
Keeping her promise to return in October, Madhuri Dixit Nene returned to India on Friday evening with her husband Dr Sriram Nene and two kids. The actor got a warm welcome at Mumbai International airport from journalists and fans.
Looking gorgeous in black, Madhuri looked cheerful after returning to her homeland. She was accompanied by her parents.
The actor has shifted base from Denver, US, where she has stayed for nearly a decade. Madhuri is planning to stay at her Juhu pad after redoing it.
Madhuri Dixit had announced earlier on Twiiter that she is relocating to India in October. "Excited! Should be back in Mumbai by middle of October," she had written on her Twitter page.
Welcome back, Madhuri!
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