Madhuri Dixit Stealing Hearts with her First Single English Song

The Dhak Dhak Bollywood girl Madhuri Dixit has again surprised fans but this time not with her dancing skills. The gorgeous actress has recently released her first-ever single English song 'Candle' and its amazing.

The Iconic actress has left many amazed with her melodious and powerful voice. It seems like this was the hidden talent that Madhuri had not yet exposed however now, everyone is drooling over her tunes.

Madhuri Dixit's latest song is just Vow:

 
 
 
 
 
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Sing along with me and together let's spread some love & positivity through music ??????? #CandleOfHope #Candle lyric video, out now! (Swipe up on story)

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Madhuri announced the song on her social media on the occasion of her Birthday with a teaser and, it had already gained a lot of attention.

The song is dedicated to all the Covid-19 frontline warriors and it was a much-needed track to give determination amid the Lockdown. The lyrics are real, mesmerizing, and full of emotions. In the video, we can see Madhuri singing from her home and along with that stills of deserted streets and markets are displaying the current situation. As usual, Madhuri is carrying her most admired elegance and, her love for singing can be felt through the way she is crooning the song.

This is not the first time Madhuri left people stunned with her singing. Earlier she had shared a video with her son while singing Ed Sheeran's Shape of You, that too was loved by many.

On the work front, Madhuri was last seen in Karan Johar's Kalank. Nowadays, she is staying with her family and often gives us a glimpse of how she is spending her day through her social media.

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