Amid Craze Over Aditi Rao Hydari's Gaja Gamini Walk In Heeramandi, Madhubala's Iconic Scene Goes Viral

Actress Aditi Rao Hydari's sensual Gaja Gamini walk in Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar's mujra sequence has gone viral on social media. Amid the craze, late legend Madhubala's iconic Mohe Panghat Pe number from Mughal-E-Azam is doing the rounds on the internet. Here's what netizens have to say!
Aditi Rao Hydari's Gaja Gamini Walk In Heeramandi Compared To Madhubala's Scene. Internet DIVIDED

Aditi Rao Hydari's Gaja Gamini Walk In Heeramandi Compared To Madhubala's Scene. Internet DIVIDED

Filmmaker Sanjay Leela Bhansali's web show Heeramandi: The Diamond Bazaar dropped on Netflix on May 1. But even 15 days after its release, netizens can't stop gushing over actress Aditi Rao Hydari a.k.a Bibbo Jaan's mujra scene, particularly the Gaja Gamini walk, from the series. Amid this, Madhubala's famous Mohe Panghat Pe scene has also gone viral on social media. Find out what the internet is saying!
Aditi Rao Hydari's Gaja Gamini Walk Compared To Madhubala's Scene
Take a look at a side-to-side comparison of the two here:
Netizens REACT
An internet user commented, "I'm not Aditi's fan BUT goddamn, she killed that walk. She was amazing there."
Meanwhile, another wrote, "Madhubala was not a trained dancer and shooting in 60s was different from today. Madhubala was ahead of her time. Aditi is ahead in her time. That's the difference."
A netizen pointed out, "Guys what are y'all even comparing? Madhubala is in the character of Gopi who is dancing for Krishna whereas Aditi is doing gaj gamini walk which is done with all najakath and she is trying to seduce nawab. How is this even comparable?? (No hate to both acts both are amazing in their own way)"
Check out the reactions here:
Internet REACTS
Internet REACTS
For those unversed, Gaja Gamini finds its origin in Kamasutra, which portrays elephants as icons of intense and untamed sexual energy. It suggests that a woman likened to a female elephant, or hastini, embodies the peak of desire and is perceived as being somewhat crude in her demeanour.
DISCLAIMER: The article is a compilation of thoughts posted by netizens and satire doing the rounds on the subject. Ideas expressed do not reflect the view of Times Network.
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