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Huma Qureshi is set to Debut as a Judge on India’s Best Dramebaaz

Huma Qureshi is set to Debut as a Judge on India’s Best Dramebaaz
Gangs of Wasseypur actress Huma Qureshi is all set to make her small screen debut as a judge on reality television show “India’s Best Dramebaaz”.
“Television is such an exciting platform. I am very excited to be making my TV debut with such a cute show, which has India’s cutest and most ‘dramebaaz’ (dramatic) kids,” Huma said to IANS.

Vivek Oberoi as the mentor along with Sonali Bendre and filmmaker Omung Kumar is all set to give a grand start to the show with a bang.
For the show, Vivek said, they all are looking for “performance, passion and package.”
“Performance is one thing, but do the kids also have the passion? The package, the skills set to pick up anything and become anything? You can see that even when they are four-five years old. The three ‘P’s are necessary for all actors in general.”
“India’s Best Dramebaaz” will air on Zee TV from June 30.
“I am hoping to watch them, laugh a lot and basically have fun,” added Huma.

Hosted by Shantanu Maheshwari and Vighnesh Pande, India’s Best Dramebaaz will be a show package of entertainment, fun and lots of talent of the audiences to see these little contestants enacting well-known celebs.
Huma Qureshi’s recent Cannes look was stunning as ever! She appeared in a white with a hint of silver high slit maxi dress, to be layered with an embellished cape jacket to give her look more Queen feels. paired with high heels and chic jewellery with her hair tied in a low bun at the back. Highlighting to the goddesses her face was bright and fresh with subtle makeup. Huma’s style was loved by us and is a thumbs up for sure.

We love how boldly Huma Qureshi spoke about sexual harassment. She said, “Well, as a woman, absolutely, I have had to deal with people making advances at me, but not just people from the business of film industry, but people across different professions and different strata. I think it has a lot to do with power, it is not only limited to the film business.”

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