Madhuri Dixit
Madhuri Dixit, smiles during a press conference in New Delhi, July 12, 2002.

After staying in the U.S. for at least 15 years, Madhuri Dixit has finally decided to return to India along with her husband and two kids.

Announcing her relocation in India, the actress tweets, "For all my fans, we'r relocating to India! It will b good to b back home."

Earlier the actress twits "Good Morning everyone. How r u guys? It is am in U.S".

Media reports have quoted her saying that her returning home was bound to happen one day anyway. The reports say that she called this move per-ordained and said that they were all very excited, especially the kids.

The actress has ruled Bollywood for over a decade since 1980's. And as a shocker to all, she quit her sparkling career at the highest peak and chose marriage and family over the silver screen. She moved to Denver, Colorado after her marriage.

"Dil To Pagal Hai" released in 1997 and the same year, her performance in "Mrityudand" won her critical acclaim. Just a year-and-a-half later, she gave it all up.

Madhuri has begun looking for a school for Arin, a grade III student and Ryan, who is in grade 1. Her husband Dr Nene is also in touch with his friends in the medical field and some top hospitals in the city, reports IBN live.

When asked what the driving factor was behind the decision to relocate, she told the media that both she and her husband wanted the children to grow up in India.

Bollywood has changed massively in the last 15 years that she was missing in action. Her return to India could be an opportunity in disguise to take over the top slot amongst actresses again.

In her earlier effort to come back to acting Madhuri's went her last venture "Aja Nachle" but it was not received well at the box office.

Madhuri Dixit married to cardiovascular surgeon Dr. Shriram Madhav Nene in 1999. The couple have two son Arison, 8 and Raayan, 6.