Entertainment News: Huma Qureshi has earned a lot of name in Bollywood. Huma Anurag Kashyap’s film Gags of Wasseypur has been quite successful. The acting of the actress has also been appreciated in this film. After which Huma has given many hit films. Recently he is in headlines for his film Tarla.
The film has been released on OTT. Huma’s performance in this is also being liked by the audience. Recently during an interview when Huma Qureshi was asked if there is discrimination against Muslims in Bollywood? So on this the actress gave a surprising answer.
Huma Qureshi recently spoke on many issues during an interview. During this, Huma also answered the questions asked about the discrimination regarding religion in the industry. Huma Qureshi said, when such things happen then I think why do people say such things?
When Prime Minister Modi went to America, this incident was mentioned in front of Huma and the American media asked her about the rights of Muslims in India.
Reacting to this incident, Huma says, ‘While living in India, I never felt that hey, I am a Muslim, I am different.’ My father is running a restaurant named Salim for the last 50 years. Personally I’ve never felt that way, but some people might. I believe that questions should also be asked and every government should also answer. This answer of Huma Qureshi is going viral on social media. People are reacting to this in different ways.
Talking about the work front, Humana’s film Tarla has been released today on Friday. The film is a biopic of famous chef Tarla Dalal. While the actress’ last film was Double XL, in which she was seen opposite Sonakshi Sinha. The film did not get much success at the box office.