Don't want to be a size zero: Huma Qureshi
Mumbai: Huma Qureshi, who has managed to garner equal adulation and flak for her curves in the size-zero-obsessed industry, prefers to be her pretty self rather than falling for the fad.
Huma was loved for her voluptuous figure and earthy style in her first movie 'Gangs of Wasseypur'. But she was criticised by some quarters for her weight issues.
"In 'Gangs of Wasseypur' I was the pretty girl, it was a glamorous role. In 'Ek Thi Daayan' I was the heroine. I have always been the pretty girl. I think there are people who have a craze about size zero but today we do have heroines who are curvier," Huma said in an interview.
"Either you think of it (weight) as a problem or as an added advantage. I would like to be known for my personality rather than size zero, I am an actress. I don't want to be a hanger," she said.
Huma feels there are so many actresses today who are not size zero but still have a huge fan following. However, if in the near future a role demands for her to transform herself, she is game for it.
The 26-year-old is looking forward to the release of Nikhil Advani's 'D Day'.
In the film, Huma had to perform some heavy duty stunts and it was not only challenging but difficult as well for her to pull it off.
most watched right now
Music composers and singers released a song of upcoming Bollywood movie, 'Yeh Hai Bakrapur', in entertainment capital, Mumbai recently. The movie is a political satire directed and written by National award winning filmmaker, Janaki Vishwanathan. Two Indian bands, 'Agnee' and 'Indian Ocean', came together to compose the main s... More Music composers and singers released a song of upcoming Bollywood movie, 'Yeh Hai Bakrapur', in entertainment capital, Mumbai recently. The movie is a political satire directed and written by National award winning filmmaker, Janaki Vishwanathan. Two Indian bands, 'Agnee' and 'Indian Ocean', came together to compose the main song of the film, which has been sung by Kannan Mohan, Koco, Amit Kilam, Rahul Ram and television show producer Raghu Ram. Raghu Ram explained that the song perfectly matched the election atmosphere as it was a satire on political parties. Kannan Mohan also explained importance of each singer in the song. Rahul Ram said that political songs should be sung with fun. The film which stars actors Anshuman Jha, Asif Basra, Suruchi Aulakh, Faiz Khan and Yoshika Verma is produced by Ramesh S Arunachalam and is slated to release on April 25.
Date 15 hrs ago, Duration 5:12, Views 50