Huma Qureshi on polarization


Mumbai: Actress Huma Qureshi recently opened up about polarisation in the film industry on the basis of religion and said she doesn’t understand it.

Huma said she never felt she is a Muslim or anyone ‘different’ from others. She also slightly touched upon the incident in the US where the media questioned PM Narendra Modi about the rights of Muslims and other minorities.

The Gangs of Wasseypur actress is known for her bold statements. During a recent interaction on a news channel, the actress was asked if polarisations in films exist.

In response to this, she said, “I don’t understand where these things are coming from.”

Replying to her, the anchor explained, “This has surfaced from PM Modi’s recent visit to the US where US media questioned him about the protection of Muslim rights. Do you think this was the right question?”

Huma again replied, “I never realised that I am Muslim and I am different. My father is running a restaurant, Saleem’s in Kailash Colony (of Delhi). In my personal experience, I have never felt it. People might have felt it. Having said that I feel, questions should be asked and every government should answer.”

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