New Delhi: Actor Huma Qureshi, who is all set to debut in South India with her Malayalam film White, says she is glad that her debut in southern cinema is with superstar Mammootty and nobody else.
Talking about Mammootty, Huma told IANS: “I am glad that my south debut was with him and nobody else.”
How was her experience working with the Manglish star?
“Mammootty is a thorough gentleman. I got to learn a lot under him of course he’s an acting legend so it was an intimidating thought but he made it very easy to work with him,” said the 29-year-old.
The Badlapur actor added that Mammootty helped her “with the language and was extremely supportive”.
Directed by Uday Ananthan and produced by Eros International, the film has been shot extensively in London, Mumbai and Kochi.
In the film, Huma plays Roshni Menon, a software engineer who moves to London on an overseas assignment. There, things change unexpectedly when Prakash Roy (Mammootty), a billionaire enters her life. Prakash and Roshni’s peculiar, yet charming relationship is what takes the story of Whiteforward.
Apart from them, the film also stars Shankar Ramakrishnan, Siddique, Sunil Sugadha, Ahmad Siddique, Manjulika, Sona Nair and KPAC Lalita.