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Huma Qureshi
Huma d-day promotion.png
Qureshi at a promotional event for D-Day in 2013
Born Huma Saleem Qureshi
(1986-07-28) 28 July 1986 (age 30)
New Delhi, India
Nationality Indian
Alma mater University of Delhi
Occupation
  • Actress
  • Model
Years active 2012–present
Relatives Saqib Saleem (brother)

Huma Saleem Qureshi (pronounced [ɦuːmaː saˈlemː qureʃiː]; born 28 July 1986) is an Indian film actress and model, who has received three Filmfare Award nominations.[1]

Qureshi obtained a bachelor's degree in History Honours from the University of Delhi, She worked as a theatre actor and model. After working in several theatrical productions, she moved to Mumbai and signed a two-year contract with Hindustan Unilever to appear in television commercials. During the shoot for a Samsung mobile commercial, Anurag Kashyap noticed her acting ability and signed her for a three-film deal with his company.

Qureshi made her film debut with a supporting role in the two-part crime drama Gangs of Wasseypur (2012). Her performance in the film earned her several nominations, including the Filmfare Award for Best Female Debut and the Best Supporting Actress. That same year, she played the lead female role in the romance Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, and followed it with a role in Ek Thi Daayan. She portrayed protagonists in the anthological Shorts (2013), the black comedy Dedh Ishqiya (2014), the revenge drama Badlapur (2015), and the Marathi road drama Highway (2015), and featured briefly in the collaborative film X: Past Is Present (2015).

Early life and modelling career

Qureshi was born on 28 July 1986[2][3] into a Muslim family in New Delhi, India.[4] Her father, Saleem Qureshi, is a restaurateur who runs a chain of restaurants (Saleem's);[5] her mother, Ameena Qureshi (a Kashmiri), is a housewife.[6][7] She has three brothers that includes actor Saqib Saleem.[7][8] The family relocated to Kalkaji, South Delhi, when Qureshi was a child. She completed her bachelor's in History Honours from the Gargi CollegeUniversity of Delhi.[9][10] Later, she joined Act 1 theatre group and performed in few theatre productions. Qureshi has worked with several NGOs and assisted a documentary filmmaker.[6]

Huma with her parents

In 2008, she moved to Mumbai to audition for film roles, auditioning for a film Junction which was never made: "I never thought of coming to Mumbai or being an actress. But when my friend called me for an audition for a movie called Junction, it set me thinking. Sadly, the film never got made".[6] Qureshi signed a two-year contract with Hindustan Unilever to appear in their television commercials.[11] She promoted a range of products, including Samsung Mobile (with Aamir Khan), Nerolac (with Shah Rukh Khan), Vita Marie, Saffola Oil, Mederma Cream and Pears Soap.[11][12] During a shoot for a Samsung Mobile commercial, director Anurag Kashyap was impressed with her acting ability and promised to use her in a film. Qureshi recalled, "I didn't believe him then. You hear lots of such stories in this industry so I wasn't waiting with bated breath". Kashyap kept his promise, though, signing her for a three-film deal with his company Anurag Kashyap Films.[6]

Acting career

Debut and breakthrough

Qureshi was initially scheduled to make her film debut with the Billa II, a Tamil gangster-thriller, directed and produced by Chakri Toleti, after surviving an audition out of 700 candidates. Although cast as the female lead, when the film was delayed, Qureshi left the project to honour other work commitments.[13][14] When asked about if she have any regressions, she said: "I have no regrets. I wish it had worked out but it didn't. I am not someone who sits and laments over things. I was approached for several other south films too but the roles weren't what I was looking for".[13]

Qureshi made her feature film debut with a supporting role in the Anurag Kashyap's critically acclaimed two-part crime drama Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 (2012), where Qureshi was cast as the supportive wife of a criminal (played by Nawazuddin Siddiqui). She described her character as a small-town airhead who thinks she is the prettiest girl in the village: "Mohsina tries to copy everything she sees on the big screen in her own little ways. She is heavily influenced by Bollywood".[15] The film premiered at the 65th Cannes Film Festival, and both the film and Qureshi received positive reviews from critics[16][17] Govind Nihalani noted her screen presence, comparing the actress to Smita Patil: "an earthiness, sincerity, intensity and warmth of personality, qualities that distinguished Smita, apart from the fact that she was a very fine and instinctive actress. Huma is a good enough actress on her own, someone who can stand apart from the crowd and hold her own".[18] Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama noted, "Huma Qureshi, who's introduced much later in the film...is wonderful".[19][20] The Express Tribune added, "When it comes to looks, [Huma] is different from the typical Bollywood actors".[12] In 2012 Qureshi was ranked third, the highest female position, on Rediff.com's annual list of "Bollywood's Top Ten Debutants" (male and female).[21] Following the success of the first part, she reprised her role of Mohsina in the second instalment of the Gangs of Wasseypur series, Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2. The film premiered in the Cannes Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival with its prequel. It opened to wide critical acclaim,[16] and her portrayal again received positive reviews. Madhureeta Mukherjee of The Times of India said "Huma Qureshi, with her gaudy clothes, designer sun-glasses and unusual attractiveness is the hottest cheez in Wasseypur. She beautifully lends support as a powerful man's 'prouder' better-half, even in his worst crimes",[22] and Taran Adarsh found her "simply fantastic".[23] Both films earned her Best Female Debut and Best Supporting Actress nominations at several award ceremonies (including the Filmfare Award).[24] Qureshi described Gangs of Wasseypur as a "life-changing film".[18]

That same year, Qureshi completed her three-film contract with Anurag Kashyap Films by starring in Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana, a romantic comedy, which describes a quest for an ancient family dish chicken Khurana. Directed by Sameer Sharma, she played the role of a feisty Punjabi girl, Harman (star Kunal Kapoor's love interest). The film was a financial success, and Rediff.com noted that "Huma Qureshi looks right for the role and she delivers a wonderful performance".[25] Aniruddha Guha of Daily News and Analysis said, "[Qureshi], on the other hand, is charming as the fiery Punjaban, Harman. Her refreshingly natural acting style impresses again in a role that has shades of her character in the Gangs of Wasseypur". However, Anupama Chopra found her performance to be a "little bland".[26][27]

Further works (2013–17)

Huma Qureshi at Mumbai Heroes' CCL match.

For her next feature, Qureshi was cast as a witch in the supernatural thriller Ek Thi Daayan (2013), alongside Emraan Hashmi, Konkona Sen Sharma and Kalki Koechlin. Dealing with the themes of witchcraft, the film was based on 'Mobius Trips', a short story written by Konkona Sen Sharma's father.[28] It received mixed reviews from critics,[29] but proved to be a profitable venture at the box-office.[30] Qureshi's performance was also well received. The Indian Express said: "Qureshi has just a few good moments, but makes the most of them" while, Koimoi noted that "Qureshi has a remarkably pleasant and confident screen presence".[31][32] Raja Sen particularly praised the female cast and wrote "The three leading ladies are smashing in their roles...Each plays their given role with frighteningly good flair, and each deserves a big hand."[33] After appearing in Ek Thi Daayan, Qureshi along with R. Madhavan hosted the 60th ceremony of the National Film Awards, an event presented by the Directorate of Film Festivals to honor the Best Films of the year (then 2012) in the Indian cinema by the President of India. The ceremony was held on May 3, 2013 at the Vigyan Bhavan during the presidency of Pranab Mukherjee.

Shortly afterwards, Qureshi played the titular character in the short movie Sujata—released as one of the segments of Shorts, an anthology film by Anurag Kashyap. She played the eponymous lead as a young girl who is struggling to come out of the clutches of her tormenting cousin brother (played by Satya Anand).[34] The film was screened at Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles before its release and received generally positive reviews, and Qureshi's performance was critically acclaimed and earned her a Special Mention Award at the ceremony.[35][36][36] Her subsequent release that year included the underworld drama D-Day, in which she was featured as Zoya Rehman, an explosice R.A.W agent with an ensemble cast including Irfan Khan, Arjun Rampal, Rishi Kapoor and Shruti Hassan. During the script narration, the director Nikhil Advani offered Qureshi the choice of which women to play, either Suraiya (later played by Hassan) or Zoya; she decided on Zoya to expand her horizons as an actress.[37] The film was a flop at the box office and received mixed feedback from critics, while Qureshi's performance received favourable reviews; Subhash K. Jha mentioned that Qureshi's acting is "effortlessly appealing and effective."[38][39]

In 2014, Qureshi featured in Abhishek Chaubey's black comedy Dedh Ishqiya (2014), a sequel to the 2010 film Ishqiya, co-starring Madhuri Dixit, Arshad Warsi and Naseeruddin Shah .[40] Dedh Ishqiya was a commercial success with earning ₹270 million (US$4.1 million) in India and abroad and Qureshi received praise for her portrayal of the promiscuous companion of a con woman (played by Dixit).[41] In a 5-star review, Raja Sen commented that "Qureshi uses her fiercely intelligent eyes to great effect", whilst Mohar Basu agreed, saying that "Huma Qureshi is brilliant and confident. The actress has in her the vivacious energy that proves her talent."[42][43] Qureshi's last appearance of 2014 was Rochak Kohli's music video "Mitti Di Khusboo" with Ayushmann Khurrana. India Today noted; "The chemistry the two Ayushmann and Huma share onscreen has the raw flavor of the countryside romance".[44]

The following year, Qureshi appeared as a prostitute in Sriram Raghavan's crime thriller Badlapur, alongside Varun Dhawan and Nawazuddin Siddiqui.[45] Raja Sen praised her acting and wrote that she "is hauntingly good as a call-girl". The film was a commercial success, and Qureshi received the Filmfare Best Supporting Actress nomination.[46][47] Umesh Kulkarni's Marathi film Highway, marked her debut in the marathi cinema. It received mixed reviews from critics, and proved to be a moderate box-office success.[48][49][50] The same year she acted in the collaborative film X: Past Is Present. It was directed by a team of eleven filmmakers with Qureshi appearing in "Knot", a segment directed by film critic Raja Sen, where she appeared alongside Anshuman Jha.[51]

2016 marked the debut of Qureshi in the malayalam cinema with White. She starred in dual roles in the film alongside Mammootty in it. The film opened to generally negative reviews from critics.[52][53][54]

Qureshi's first release of 2017 was the courtroom comedy drama Jolly LLB 2, a sequel to the 2013 film Jolly LLB. The film received mixed reviews from critics and was a box office success.[55][56] Her next film was Gurinder Chadha's British-Indian historical drama Viceroy's House. The film follows the story of Viceroy's House in 1947 during the partition of India and was screened at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival.[57] She then appeared along with her brother Saqib Saleem in Prawaal Raman's horror film Dobaara: See Your Evil (2017), a remake of the Mike Flanagan's Hollywood flick Oculus. Flanagan also served as the executive producer of the film.[58]

Filmography

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Year Title Role Notes
2012 Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 Mohsina
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2
2012 Trishna Herself Special appearance in song "Maintenance"
2012 Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana Harman
2012 Upanishad Ganga Pundalik's wife
Nati
Hussaini
Television series
2013 Ek Thi Daayan Tamara
2013 Shorts Sujata Appeared in segment "Sujata"
2013 D-Day Zoya Rehman
2014 Dedh Ishqiya Muniya
2015 Badlapur Jhimli
2015 Highway Mahalakshmi
2015 X: Past Is Present Veena Appeared in segment "Knot"
2016 White Roshni Menon Malayalam film
2016 Tumhe Dillagi Music video
2017 Ek Dopahar Raina Short film
2017 Jolly LLB 2 Pushpa Pandey
2017 Viceroy's House Aalia English film
2017 Dobaara: See Your Evil Natasha Merchant
TBA Kaala Films that have not yet been released Filming[59]

Awards and nominations

Year Film Award Category Result Ref.
2012 Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 and
Gangs of Wasseypur – Part 2
BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor (Film) Debut—Female Won [60]
Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut (also for Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana) Nominated [61]
Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [24]
International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Actress Nominated [62]
Screen Awards Most Promising Newcomer–Female Nominated [63]
Best Supporting Actress Nominated [63]
South African Film and Television Awards Debut Actor of the Year—Female Won [64]
South Asian Rising Star Film Awards Best Supporting Actress Won [65]
Star Guild Awards Best Female Debut Nominated [66]
Stardust Awards Searchlight Best Actress (also for Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana) Nominated [67]
Times of India Film Awards Best Debut Female Nominated [68]
Shorts Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles Special Mention Won [36]
2013 D-Day BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor in a Thriller Film—Female Nominated [69]
2014 Zee Cine Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role—Female Nominated [70]
Ek Thi Daayan Screen Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [71]
Dedh Ishqiya Stardust Awards Breakthrough Supporting Performance—Female Won [72]
2015 International Indian Film Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [72]
2016 Badlapur Filmfare Awards Best Supporting Actress Nominated [47]

See also

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