Madhuri Dixit made her screen debut in the 1984 Bollywood film ‘Abodh’ directed by Hiren Nag. After her debut, Dixit was seen in films like ‘Awara Baap’ (1985), ‘Swati’ (1986), ‘Hifazat’ (1987), ‘Uttar Dakshin’ (1987), ‘Mohre’ (1988), ‘Khatron Ke Khiladi’ (1988), and ‘Dayavan’ (1988). She portrayed ‘Mohini’ in the 1988 Indian Hindi-language action romance film ‘Tezaab’ directed by N. Chandra. The film opened to critical acclaim and was a commercial success. In 1989, she starred as ‘Radha Shastri’ in the Indian Hindi-language masala film ‘Ram Lakhan’ directed by Subhash Ghai. The film was a major critical and financial success, grossing over ₹18 crores on a budget of ₹2.83 crores. That same year, she also played the role of ‘Laxmi Rao’ in the Bapu-directed Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film ‘Prem Pratigyaa.’ The film was declared a commercial success. Dixit became a recipient of the ‘Filmfare Award’ for her performance as ‘Madhu Mehra’ in the 1990 Indian Hindi-language romantic comedy-drama film ‘Dil’ directed by Indra Kumar. The film performed well at the box office and grossed over ₹20 crores on a budget of ₹2 crores. The same year, she also appeared in the Rahul Rawail-directed film ‘Jeevan Ek Sanghursh’ which was also a commercial success.
Dixit continued to star in films like ‘Pyar Ka Devta’ (1991), ‘Saajan’ (1991), ‘Beta’ (1992), ‘Prem Deewane’ (1992), ‘Khalnayak’ (1993), ‘Dil Tera Aashiq’ (1993), and ‘Anjaam’ (1994). In 1994, she starred as ‘Nisha Choudhury’ in the Indian Hindi-language musical romantic drama film ‘Hum Aapke Hain Koun..!’ directed by Sooraj Barjatya. The film was a massive box office success and became the highest-grossing Indian film of the 1990s. Dixit also won the ‘Filmfare Award’ for her performance in the film. She was next seen in films like ‘Raja’ (1995), ‘Yaraana’ (1995), ‘Prem Granth’ (1996), ‘Koyla’ (1997), ‘Dil To Pagal Hai’ (1997), ‘Wajood’ (1998), ‘Aarzoo’ (1999), ‘Pukar’ (2000), ‘Lajja’ (2001), and ‘Hum Tumhare Hain Sanam’ (2002). She played the role of ‘Chandramukhi’ in the 2002 Indian Hindi-language romantic drama film ‘Devdas’ directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. The film opened to a mixed reception but managed to perform well at the box office. Dixit also received the ‘Filmfare Award’ for her portrayal of Chandramukhi in the film. She next starred in films like ‘Aaja Nachle’ (2007), ‘Dedh Ishqiya’ (2014), ‘Gulaab Gang’ (2014), ‘Bucket List’ (2018), ‘Mowgli: Legend of the Jungle’ (2018), ‘Total Dhamaal’ (2019), and ‘Kalank’ (2019). She was last seen playing the role of ‘Anamika Anand/Vijju Joshi’ in the Indian Hindi-language family thriller series ‘The Fame Game’ in 2022.
Devdas is an epic romantic drama film, which tells the story of a law graduate who returns to his hometown in India from London, in order to marry his childhood sweetheart Paro. However, his wealthy family prohibits him from marrying the girl. Therefore, Devdas takes up alcohol to alleviate the pain, which leads his life to spiral downward.
Prem and Nisha fall for each other at the wedding of their older siblings. Although they want to be with each other, fate has other plans for them as Nisha's sister passes away all of a sudden, and she's expected to marry Rajesh.
Studious Naina impulsively decides to join a trekking trip where she bonds with her old classmates and grows especially close to Kabir. But Kabir’s ambitions take him away to pursue his dreams. Years later, fortune brings the two together at a friend’s wedding with ample occasion to revive old bonds. Now, it is up to them to take or lose the opportunity.
Aman is a poor and handicapped poet, who befriends the wealthy Akash during his childhood. While Akash spends his time womanizing, Aman writes poems using a pseudonym. Things get complicated when a woman named Pooja enters their lives, and both of them find themselves attracted to her.
Dil to Pagal Hain is a musical romance film which tells the story of Rahul and Nisha, who are members of a musical troupe. Nisha is secretly in love with Rahul, though Rahul is unaware of this. Things get complicated when Pooja enters the picture, and Rahul finds himself attracted to her, though she is engaged to another man.
Dedh Ishqiya is a black comedy film which tells the story of Khalujan and Babban, two lousy criminals, who are on the run from the law, after stealing a necklace. They seek refuge at the Majidabad palace, where Khalujan tries to impress a wealthy widow with his Urdu poetry. Meanwhile, Babban befriends the widow’s assistant, with whom he plans a kidnapping.
Hazariprasad is a poor man but he pretends to be a rich industrialist to ensure that his son Raja can get married to Madhu, a fellow student studying in his son's college, who belongs to a wealthy family. He soon approaches Mr Mehra, the girl's father, and arranges for the children to get married.
Gauri is a village girl who agrees to a marriage to a king after he sends her a photograph of himself. However, she eventually learns that the man in the photograph is actually Shankar, the king’s good-looking but mute servant. Gauri eventually falls in love with Shankar instead, and decides that she will be with him, no matter what.
Set in 1945, before India gained independence, this romantic drama film revolves around six characters from different families, as they experience love, betrayal, depression and revenge.