Huma Saleem Qureshi, Indian film actress and model, who has received three Filmfare Award nominations and accumulated quite a few hits in the recent past, is now looking forward to find work in Pakistani movies.
When asked if she would consider working in a Pakistani project, she said in an interview, “I would love to work in a Pakistani project, if it’s the right offer.” In regards to her expectations from Dobara in Pakistan, she replied, “I simply hope that Pakistani people go to watch Dobara and they like it.”
Instead of conventional milestones, Huma’s goal is to do many films and grow all old and wrinkly and sit with her children and grandchildren and show them all her films.
Between indie and mainstream films, Qureshi shared her preference of enjoying doing both. “I’m an actor so I like it to mix it up. There are no preferences as I look for interesting characters, rather than consider the scale and genre of the project.”
Amongst the rising beauty’s other upcoming projects is Gurinder Chadha’s Viceroy’s House; the story revolves around Lord Mountbatten’s last few days in the Indian subcontinent before the 1947 Partition.