Huma Qureshi Biography 

Indian entertained and model Huma Saleem Qureshi was brought into the world on July 28, 1986. She has established herself as one of India’s most promising new actors and is up for two Filmfare Awards. After earning a bachelor’s degree with honours in history from the University of Delhi, Qureshi went on to work as an actor on stage and as a model. She acted in a few performance centre shows before migrating to Mumbai and marking a two-year manager Hindustan Unilever to highlight in TV promotions. Anurag Kashyap cast her in three movies when he became mindful of her acting ability while recording a Samsung portable business.

Saqib Saleem, her sibling, acted in Mujhse fellowship Karoge. In 2011, they announced that Huma would make her Bollywood debut in the film Billa 2, but they postponed the release date for unknown reasons. A few months later, she made a second announcement stating that she was not in the movie. She made her acting debut in Gangs of Wasseypur, directed by Anurag Kashyap. Packs of Wasseypur highlights two sections in which Huma plays a pleasant part.

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NameHuma Qureshi
Age37 years old 
Date of Birth28 July 1986
ProfessionActress & model
BirthplaceNew Delhi, India
QualificationUniversity of DelhiCollege: Gargi College
Film DebutGangs of Wasseypur – Part 1 (2012)
TV ShowUpanishad Ganga (2012)
Net Worth$3 million
ParentsFather Saleem QureshiMother: Ameena Qureshi
Siblings Brother: Saqib Saleem (Younger, Actor)Naeem Qureshi
Spouse Unmarried 
Current Status In a relationship with Mudassar Aziz
Relationship/ boyfriendsManoj TanwarIbrahim Ansari (a Businessman)Arjan Bajwa (Actor)Shahid Kapoor (Rumours)Director Anurag Kashyap (Rumour)Sohail Khan (Rumour)Abhishek Chaubey (filmmaker)Mudassar Aziz (filmmaker)
Awards14 wins & 36 nominations
RelativesSaqib Saleem (brother)

Early Life : 

On July 28, 1986, Qureshi was born in Delhi, India, into a Muslim household. Her dad, Saleem Qureshi, is a chef who owns a chain of 10 cafés named Saleem’s, and her mother, Ameena Qureshi, is a homemaker from Kashmir. The entertainer, Saqib Saleem, is one of her three siblings. When Qureshi was a small boy, the family moved to the South Delhi suburb of Kalkaji. After four years of study at the College of Delhi’s Gargi School, she was certified in history and respect. After that, she joined Act 1 Theatre Company and had more theatrical appearances. N. K. Sharma served as her acting guru and advisor while she worked at a performance centre. She has helped a documentary filmmaker and worked with other non-governmental organizations.

Huma Qureshi’s Family:  

In a traditional Muslim family, Huma was raised. In Delhi, her father Saleem Qureshi is a restaurateur and the owner of the “Saleem’s” restaurant franchise. Ameena Qureshi, her mother, is a Kashmiri native. One younger brother and two older brothers share her life. Her younger brother Saqib Saleem Qureshi is a well-known Indian actor. Her older brothers, Naeem Qureshi and Haseen Qureshi, both work in the family business.

Huma Qureshi Career:  

Huma joined ‘Act 1,’ a performance centre organization in Delhi. Her mentor was N. K. Sharma, an Indian theatre director and acting coach.

In 2008, she moved from Delhi to Mumbai to audition for the unreleased film Junction. Afterwards, she was offered a two-year television promotion contract by Hindustan Unilever. With Abhishek Bachchan, she showed up in her presentation business for a phone as a columnist. She acquired a reputation because of an Aamir Khan-drove cell phone business that was recorded in Panchgani by chief Anurag Kashyap.

Huma made a few television appearances, including one for a cell phone close by Shah Rukh Khan and Aamir Khan. Anurag Kashyap told her that he would protect her in his film while they were shooting the Samsung portable business.

Afterwards, Anurag offered her a three-film contract with his creation business, “Anurag Kashyap Movies.” In 2012, she made her acting presentation as Mohsina in “Packs of Wasseypur-Section 1.” Her performance was praised by the audience as well as the critics.

Among the popular Bollywood films she starred in were Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana (2012), Ek Thi Daayan (2013), D-Day (2014), and Dedh Ishqiya (2015).

In the 2012 television series “Upanishad Ganga,” she made her on-screen debut as Pundalik’s better half, Nati Hussaini.

In 2016, she made her acting debut in the Malayalam movie “White.”

She appeared in the music videos for Ayushmann Khurrana’s “Tumhe Dillagi” (2016) and “Mitti Di Khusboo” (2014) alongside performer Vidyut Jammwal.

In the 2017 Hollywood film “Emissary’s Home,” she played Emissary.

Debut Tamil Movie:

In the 2018 film “Kaala,” which starred Rajinikanth, she made her debut in a Tamil movie.

She showed up as an adjudicator on the unscripted television program “India’s Best Dramebaaz” in 2018.

Huma Qureshi Netflix debut:

She made her debut on Netflix with the Hindi drama “Leila” in 2019. She was projected in the 2020 time of the American Netflix series “Multitude of the Dead.”

Huma Qureshi partook in an image meeting in 2014 for the “Be Relentless Mission,” in which she was seen criticizing body harassment while at the same time embracing a life-sized model.

She had visitor appearances on a few TV programs, including “Parody Evenings with Kapil” (2013), “Baba Ki Chowki” (2016), “Back Benchers” (2019), and “The Kapil Sharma Show” (2016).

Relationship/ Boyfriends: 

Her several purported partnerships have made headlines. She had relationships with Manoj Tanwar, a Venky’s student, in 2007 and Ibrahim Ansari, a businessman from Nehru Place, in 2008, before she began her acting career. She frequently appeared to be hanging out with the actor Arjan Bajwa around 2012. 

When she was sighted vacationing in Goa in 2013 with the actor Shahid Kapoor, there were allegations that Huma was seeing Shahid.  There were rumours that she was dating Anurag Kashyap, the filmmaker. At the Mumbai screening of the Hollywood movie “American Hustle” in 2014, Huma was seen hugging Anurag. 

She was frequently seen in front of actor Sohail Khan’s home in 2016, as she was linked to him. Sources claim that Sohail was buying expensive gifts for Huma.

After he divorced his wife, Supriti Malhotra, there were further speculations of her dating filmmaker Abhishek Chaubey.

In 2019, She began dating Mudassar Aziz, a director and ex-boyfriend of Sushmita Sen. The couple will soon get married.


She was accused of shattering Anurag Kashyap and Kalki Koechlin’s marriage in 2014. 

The media reported on Huma’s alleged romance with Sohail Khan in 2016. Salman Khan reportedly had issues with her friendship with his younger brother. 

Charity work:  

Entertainer Huma Qureshi stands up and combines efforts with Save the Youngsters to DRIVE A Drive TO Give LIFE-SAVING Clinical Consideration TO THE CITY. Be that as it may, we can’t do it without your assistance. Each unobtrusive and huge gift guarantees that burdened kids and families have a sensible opportunity for endurance.

Also, Huma Qureshi adds to various magnanimous drives. She will before long be spotted working with a pal gems creator on a line of gems. The joint effort’s USP is that cash brought up will help a kid’s NGO she upholds.

Brand Ambassador:  

Fable Street, the flagship brand of FS Life and a luxury western clothing company dedicated to providing the best fits for Indian women, has named Sonakshi Sinha, Huma Qureshi, and Sriidhi Shetty as brand ambassadors. 

Also, she works with Oriflame, Samsung, Forever Mark En cordia Diamond, Gionee Smart Phone, and Mumbai Heroes Team.

Huma Qureshi Awards list:  

  • BIG Star Entertainment Awards Most Entertaining Actor (Film) Debut—Female (Won)
  • South African Film and Television Awardsdebutt Actor of the Year—Female (Won)
  • Stardust Awards breakthrough Supporting Performance—Female (Won)
  • 2021 Filmfare OTT Awards Best Actress in a Leading Role (Won)
  • Indian Film Festival of Los Angeles (Won) 
  • Filmfare Awards Best Female Debut (also for Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana) Nominated

Huma Qureshi’s Movies list: 

  • Double XL
  • Valimai
  • Kaala Karikalan
  • Partition: 1947
  • Dobaara – See Your Evil
  • Jolly LLB 
  • Dedh Ishqiya
  • D-Day
  • Shorts (Appeared in segment “Sujata”)
  • Ek Thi Daayan
  • Luv Shuv Tey Chicken Khurana
  • Gangs Of Wasseypur–Part 1
  • Gangs of Wasseypur–Part 2
  • Average
  • X: Past is Present
  • Monica O My Darling
  • Badlapur
  • Highway
  • White
  • Viceroy’s House
  • Kaala
  • Ghoomketu
  • Army of the Dead
  • Bell Bottom
  • Gangubai Kathiawadi (Special appearance in song “Shikayat” )
  • Monica, O My Darling (Netflix)
  • Trishna (Special appearance in song)
  • Ek dopahar (short film )
  • Gubbare


  • Upanishad Ganga 
  • India’s Best Dramebaaz 
  • Leila
  • Maharani
  • Fit Fab Feast
  • Mithya

Music videos: 

  • Mitti Di Khushboo
  • Tumhe Dillagi
  • SHUSH! Silence the Patriarchy
  • Samsung Guru 2- Aamir Khan Huma Qureshi Commercial
  • Ayushmann Khurrana: Mitti Di Khusboo 


  • Single Salma
  • Freedom
  • Khiladi 1080
  • Pooja Meri Jaan
  • Tarla

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