I am a ‘Dhoka’ cook when it comes to cooking says Huma Qureshi

Huma Qureshi has a strong hospitality background, but the “Gangs of Wasseypur” star admits that she is no expert when it comes to culinary skills.

Huma Qureshi at FDCI Audi Autumn Collection 2014 on 30th Aug 2013
Huma Qureshi at FDCI Audi Autumn Collection 2014 on 30th Aug 2013

The 27-year-old loves to eat and has fondness for cooking, but says her cooking is more for survival.

I do like to cook, but I do more like survival cooking. Like today, when I visited home my nieces came over and they are about 10, 6 and 4. They wanted to eat something sweet. I told them that I would make them something very exotic. I cut pineapple into pieces and dipped them in melted chocolate and Milkmaid and they thought I was Masterchef. I am a ‘dhoka’ cook.

Her father Saleem Qureshi owns a chain of restaurants here and her mother is said to be a good cook. She says her family believes in hospitality and they love to feed people and see smile on their face when they eat good food.

An interesting mix of Mughlai and Kashmiri cuisines is prepared at my home. My dad is in the hospitality industry. My mother is also a fantastic cook. People used to always come to my place to eat Mughlai food.

… said Huma Qureshi, who will be seen in “Dedh Ishqiya” in January 2014.

The movie directed by Abhishek Chaubey also stars Madhuri Dixit and Huma Qureshi calls the Dhak-dhak girl lovely.

I am doing a film called ‘Dhed Ishqiya‘. It is scheduled to release in January… Madhuri Dixit is lovely. She is a wonderful co-star. I’ve always admired her. She is a very graceful woman. Both on and off screen. She is grounded and real and that makes her even more gorgeous. If there is one thing I want to learn from her, it will be her dancing… and the way she smiles. If I can ever smile like that, I will be very happy.


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