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  • I’ve grown as an actor with practice and experience, says Huma Qureshi

    Huma Qureshi, who has played powerful roles in films like “Gangs of Wasseypur” and “D-Day”, believes that she has grown as an actor. “I believe I’ve grown as an actor because that happens with the practice and the experience. As a person, I’m a lot calmer and take every release Friday as it comes,” Huma told IANS.

  • Huma Qureshi says she is far from accomplishing many things

    Huma Qureshi says regional filmmakers are really pushing the envelope and exploring territories when Hindi filmmakers are playing safe. Huma, who ventured into acting in 2012 with “Gangs Of Wasseypur”, has worked in Malayalam as well as Tamil films. “Regional films are doing well because the marketing cost for Hindi films are so high… I feel regional filmmakers and writers are so brave that they go into zones and territories that sometimes

  • Here’s why Huma Qureshi didn’t care about working with Khans in Bollywood

    New Delhi: Actress Huma Qureshi says she never dreamt about working with the popular Khans of Bollywood when she arrived in Mumbai as for her, being part of one film mattered to her the most. On Tata Sky Acting Adda, Huma got into a conversation with her first casting director Mukesh Chhabra on “Chhabra ka Dabra”, a show on which Bollywood celebrities talk about their journey.

  • When Huma Qureshi walked out of ‘India’s Best Dramebaaz’

    Mumbai: Actor-dancer Shantanu Maheshwari was surprised when Huma Qureshi walked out of the set of the show “India’s Best Dramebaaz” after he expressed his fondness for the actress. While shooting for an episode on Monday, Shantanu spoke about Huma and her film “Ek Thi Daayan”.  “I have watched ‘Ek Thi Daayan’ 50 times only because of you. You looked very pretty and an absolute ‘Daayan’ in the movie,” he said.

  • Friendship Day 2018: Why aren’t these 10 pairs of Bollywood celebrities BFFs yet?

    Friendship Day is around the corner with another year of colourful bands, exchanging gifts and making memories. While some of us have our predetermined squad that is inseparable, it might not be harmful to delve into building new bonds with someone you could have never imagined. Our judgements are existing notions about a person could serve as an unhealthy way of pursuing relationships, of which Bollywood is no angel either. The tinsel

  • I never let success or failure get to my head: Huma Qureshi

    Huma Qureshi says failure and success are a part of everyone’s journey, and she doesn’t let them get to her head. “I’ve learnt from my mother that goodness never fails. I also believe in the concept of karma. These have helped me both personally and professionally. I’ve tried to approach both my work and my personal equations with utmost positivity and goodness,” Huma, who turned a year older on Saturday, said.

  • Huma Qureshi birthday special: Exploring the best example of sibling love with Huma and Saqib Saleem

    Bollywood’s curvy diva Huma Qureshi celebrates her 32nd birthday today. The actress made her Cannes red carpet debut this year, highlighting the fact that she is unstoppable. Huma has spoken on issues like sexual harassment in the film industry on several occasions. She is the woman of modern times with her strong and fierce approach to professional commitments.

  • I don’t chase success, but excellence: Huma Qureshi

    Huma Qureshi, busy with multiple film projects along with judging a talent hunt show, says she does not focus on popularity and instant success but chases excellence. “I think people should just keep working hard enough to stay relevant. Personally, I do not chase success. I chase excellence and that is more important for me,” Huma said. “I am just having a good time with whatever opportunity is coming my way rather

  • Huma Qureshi is praying for Sonali Bendre

    Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi, who has replaced cancer-stricken Sonali Bendre as a judge in a TV show, said she was praying for her speedy recovery. “I am saddened. My prayers are with her. She will return shortly,” Huma said.

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    Sexual harassment at work place not being managed well in India: Huma Qureshi

    New Delhi: Actress Huma Qureshi says people in India have a tendency to intimidate a woman when she opens up about sexual harassment, making her feel like an offender instead of a victim. She feels there is a need to create a safer and comfortable environment for women.

  • ‘Kaala’ Movie Review: Realistic guide to dirty side of slum redevelopment

    Pa. Ranjith’s “Kaala“, showcased in Hindi, Tamil and Telugu, is a captivating socio-drama. It is a family-friendly tale with all the trappings of a South Indian fare. It is a superhero film of a different variety. The film begins on a weak, unimpressive note that represents comic book graphics, but soon, it builds the momentum that is expected of a Rajinikanth film. It is a pot-boiler packed with Rajinikanth

  • Kaala Audience Review: This is how Twitterati reacted to Rajinikanth’s latest release

    Rajinikanth fans across the country queued outside the theatres in large numbers as early as 4 am to catch the first show of Superstar-starrer ‘Kaala’. Kaala starring Superstar Rajinikanth has been produced by his son-in-law Dhanush and directed by Pa. Ranjith. This is their second collaboration after the blockbuster hit Kabali in 2016 and Rajinikanth’s first release post the announcement of his political entry.

  • Kaala first day first show: Die-hard Rajinikanth fans pour in for Thalaiva despite Mumbai rains

    Mumbai, Neither rain nor the early morning chill could dent the spirit of Rajinikanth fans who came in large numbers to watch the superstar’s latest “Kaala” first day first show. As the admirers celebrated the release of the much-awaited film by dancing to the beat of the drums, the skies too opened up to match the footsteps of Rajini lovers. Rajini loyalists started streaming into one of the suburban

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    Kaala trailer: 5 reasons why Rajinikanth fans will love it

    The much-awaited trailer of the Rajinikanth starrer Kaala has released today. While the film is only a week away from its release, here are a few thoughts about the recently released trailer. We are sure that this Pa. Ranjith directorial will turn out to be yet another treat for the South megastar’s fans!

  • Huma Qureshi finds Rajinikanth inspiring

    Huma Qureshi, who will be sharing the screen space for the first time with Rajinikanth in ‘Kaala’, says working with the superstar was a dream come true for her. “He is truly inspiring and an amazing human being. The whole shooting was a learning process for me, each and every person on the set was warm and appreciative,” Huma said. “‘Kaala’ was an experience of a lifetime for me, I have learnt

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