Bad times are also good, philosophizes Huma Qureshi

Experiencing bad times in someone’s life is as important as witnessing good times as it teaches many things, actress Huma Qureshi.  Huma is  currently busy with three films — “Dobaara”, “Viceroy’s House” and southern movie “White”.huma

The 29-year-old actress, who is to share screen space with ‘Downton Abbey’ star Hugh Bonneville in Gurinder Chadha’s British-Indian historical drama film “Viceroy’s House”, is also one of the Bollywood divas who is known for her risque fashion sense and she feels that looking good all the time is very important to set right examples for youth.

“As a person in limelight people are always watching and observing you, whether you like it or not. You automatically feel a certain sense of responsibility that you shouldn’t do something that is detrimental to anyone else,” she said. Huma also says that fashion police is very important for keeping a check on your style sheet.

“Police, fashion or otherwise, helps to regulate, you know. It helps you put your best foot forward and facilitate a healthy trend. So it’s not about being scared but one can’t complain as it is here to stay,” said the actress who is a fan of the ongoing season of “Game of Thrones”.
“I think bad times are very important, maybe even more than the good times. Like, it is said, while its important to win, it is equally important to lose. It teaches you to pick yourself up, dust off and work harder to achieve greater heights,” the actress said.

Huma was in the southern city to launch Bata’s largest flagship store.

Huma Saleem Qureshi (born 28 July 1986) has a bachelor’s degree in History Honours from the University of Delhi, She worked as a theatre actor and model. She then 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.


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