Madhuri Dixit – All Body Measurements Including Boobs, Waist, Hips and More

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Biography – A Short Wiki

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Madhuri was born 15 May 1967 in Mumbai, India. She studied to become a microbiologist. Young Dixit started with acting in 1984 and slowly built her fame. Some of her notable movies are Tezaab, Prem Pratigyaa, and Dil where she played Madhu Mehra. In 2014, Madhuri appears in Gulaab Gang as Rajjo. She’s married to Shriram Madhav Nene since 1999. Indian painter M.F. Husain created a series of pictures inspired by this beauty.

Body Measurements Table

Here is the body measurement information of Madhuri Dixit. Check out all known statistics in the table below!

Body shapeHourglass
Dress size12
Breasts-Waist-Hips 39-29-39 inches (99-74-99 cm)
Shoe size10
Bra size 36C
Cup sizeC
Height 5’4″ (163 cm)
Weight 155 lbs (70 kg)
Natural breasts or implants Natural


It’s a notion that career-oriented women often neglect their families. But we should cut them some flak; these women are doing everything for the sake of family so that it progresses. I believe when kids see their mothers working hard, they take up responsibilities at home and are far more well-turned out than other children.

Madhuri Dixit

I’ve started doing my Kathak, and I rehearse every day. Also, I’m eating right and keeping in shape. I’m a non-smoker and non-drinker and essentially a happy person. That’s what counts the most. Your well-being is reflected in your personality.

Madhuri Dixit

Age is just a number, and your talent will never fail you. It has no expiry date.

Madhuri Dixit

Some women work while they are pregnant, but not me. That was a choice I had made. That’s when I took a break. Men can work at whatever stage they are; whether they turn daddy, they still have their own thing. But women can’t afford that because by being mothers, they have to be there for their kids.

Madhuri Dixit

What I think is wonderful is that women are not just avengers or victims in films. They are people. They are characters. It’s so refreshing. They’re playing different kinds of characters, and they aren’t being typecast.

Madhuri Dixit