huma qureshi

Huma Qureshi was born in New Delhi. She did her bachelor in History honours from University of Delhi. She worked with Hindustan Unilever and appeared in television commercials. She even joined Act 1 theatre group and performed in a few theatre productions.She made her debut with Gangs of Wasseypur in 2012 and Hollywood debut with the film Partition 1947. She starred in many movies like Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, Jolly LLB 2, Badlapur and many more. Her web series, Maharani was praised for playing the role of Rani Bharti. more

Huma Qureshi: For me, self-doubt and questioning myself is incredibly important

Actor Huma Qureshi, known for starring in Maharani and Tarla reveals why it is extremely important for her to question every move and decision of her.

Huma Qureshi, last seen in Tarla, is busy shooting for the third season of her web show, Maharani
Published on Sep 04, 2023 03:05 PM IST

Huma Qureshi: Female stars still struggle with ageism more than men in the film industry

Actor Huma Qureshi advocates for a transformation in the film industry's perception of age and rejects ageism, urging people to see women beyond their "shelf life". On her birthday, she focuses on personal growth and emphasizes the importance of being patient and trusting in life's plans. Qureshi maintains a good work-life balance and treats her profession like a nine-to-five job. After celebrating her birthday, she plans to start shooting for the third season of Maharani.

Huma Qureshi will soon start shooting for Maharani 3 in Bhopal
Updated on Jul 28, 2023 02:04 PM IST

Huma Qureshi celebrates birthday in a dazzling red dress; Sonakshi Sinha attends

Actress Huma Qureshi celebrated her 37th birthday with a star-studded party in Mumbai, attended by Sonakshi Sinha and others. All pics, videos inside.

Huma Qureshi celebrated her 37th birthday in Mumbai last night in a stunning shimmery red dress.(HT photo/Varinder Chawla)
Published on Jul 28, 2023 01:04 PM IST

When Huma Qureshi said having perfect hair or face didn't matter

Huma Qureshi once said that she never wanted to be the It girl. She also talked about how her friends were shamed for being skinny.

Huma Qureshi was last seen in Tarla.
Published on Jul 28, 2023 06:16 AM IST

Rude Food by Vir Sanghvi: How food stories play out on screen

Movies and series about chefs are hard to pull off. But when done right, with a focus on the kitchen, the food and the people, they make for bingeworthy viewing

I was not expecting to see Huma Qureshi transform into a dumpy Gujarati lady as she does in Tarla, the new Zee5 movie on Tarla Dalal, the most influential Indian cookbook writer of the 20th century. “I have been brought up to believe that biryani is always made with meat,” Qureshi says. “When people compliment me on my performance, I say that if I was convincing when I appeared to enjoy the vegetable biryani, then yes, it was a good performance.”
Updated on Aug 10, 2023 08:04 PM IST
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