Rishi Kapoor and Madhuri Dixit’s was one beautiful on-screen jodi that had us smiling every time we saw them on our screens. The two, who have worked together in many films, indulged in a sweet nostalgic conversation on Twitter on Friday. Rishi, who himself is the most controversial man on the platform, got to know an information about his 1996-release Prem Granth, a film co-starring Madhuri, and he couldn't resist sharing the news with her.
He quickly took to Twitter to share a video link of the making of the film and informed the Dhak Dhak girl that their film was apparently "the first Indian film to be shot in South Africa just after the Apartheid was abolished."
https://t.co/vdf1FRsKNv— Rishi Kapoor (@chintskap) June 8, 2018
“Prem Granth@. First Hindi film to be shot in South Africa just after arpatheid was abolished in 1994. Never knew this documentary existed during the making of the film. Enjoy! @MadhuriDixit
Madhuri, who really got excited and was also amazed to find out this fact about Prem Granth, shared that Rishi's post brought back so many good memories. Look at her tweet below: