Not just playing a social crusader on reel, Madhuri Dixit is doing her bit for women empowerment in real life as well.
Actress Madhuri Dixit, who speaks about women empowerment and fights for justice in her forthcoming film "Gulaab Gang", also plans to educate women in India.
"Yes, we have plans, but we have not started yet...I am looking forward to do that. I will tell you when I will be doing that, but no sense in talking about it now. But some sort of education I have started already with my online dance academy," Madhuri Dixit told IANS.
At present, she is pumped up about her role in "Gulaab Gang" in which she will be seen as Rajjo, who wants to correct the wrongdoings in the society.
"She is a crusader in this film and she believes that women should be educated. Men have to be educated to respect a woman. A lot of time because of illiteracy or not being educated, they look at a woman like an object because that's how they have grown up with and the thinking has to change from within," said the 46-year-old.