Madhuri Dixit releases her first-ever single 'Candle' during Facebook live

New Delhi: As announced earlier, evergreen actor Madhuri Dixit has released her debut single 'Candle' in an exclusive Facebook Live video on Saturday.

The 53-year-old star shared the official music video during the Facebook live session. In the video, the actor is seen crooning to the song of 'positivity.'

The video has additional clips of empty roads, and closed institutions, to indicate the impact of the ongoing coronavirus crisis across the world.

The song intends to bring high hopes and positivity among people amid these trying times. The music video ends with the actor lighting a candle.

"This is dedicated to all those fighting on the frontlines. They are the real heroes today. We need to burn bright like the candles through the hurricane and emerge stronger together," read the caption towards the end of the video.

The live video was joined by scores of fans and was flooded with comments appreciating the music.

After treating the fans with music, the 'Kalank' actor spoke that the video was a complete 'home production' - everything was entirely shot at home.

She also extended her heartfelt thanks to her entire team and dubbed her vast-loving fans as the 'candles' in her life. 

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