Actress Huma Qureshi, who is currently busy with three films, “Dobaara”, “Viceroy’s House” and southern movie “White” says she is more than happy having a tight schedule.
Asked if she feels overburdened with work, Huma told, “Not at all. Last year, in fact, I had only one release that was ‘Badlapur’, which did really well commercially and critically… I am more than happy to be busy with work”.
“I hope I always remain busy with it (work),” added the “Gangs of Wasseypur” actress.
Huma will be seen sharing screen space with her brother and actor Saqib Saleem in the Hindi film remake of the Hollywood film “Oculus”. She is also making her debut in southern cinema with superstar Mammootty in “White”.
The 29-year-old actress will also share screen space with “Downton Abbey” star Hugh Bonneville in Gurinder Chadha’s upcoming British-Indian historical drama film “Viceroy’s House”.
Huma Qureshi rumoured to take up the co-role in the sequel “The Mummy” with tom Cruise is not true and will not be seen pairing up with the Hollywood star.
As per entertainment sources, Annabelle Wallis is in to take up the lead female role opposite Tom Cruise in the film.