The veteran star took to Twitter to give her side of the story on a number of recent reports.
"Alright friends, wanted to dispel several rumours which were making the tabloid press," the actess wrote.
Dixit then went on to deny links with a controversial pro-Hindi political organisation.
"Have never asked Shiv Sena or any other political party for land for any purpose," she posted.
"Was approached by MTDC for Maharashtra tourism ambassador. All was agreed upon. Ultimately, they could not agree amongst themselves. It is a shame when they try to make me out to be the bad guy when they are at fault."
She also clarified her non-attendance at an awards show where her work in cinema was recognised, explaining that she was only given a week's notice about the event.
Dixit ended with a message to the press: "Publish the truth, not nonsense. We will hold you to it."
The actress is currently a celebrity judge on Jhalak Dikkhla Jaa 5.