AC­TOR HUMA QURESHI, THE SAVIOUR

Hindustan Times (Chandigarh) - City - - ENTERTAINMENT - Kavita Awaasthi kavita.awaasthi@hin­dus­tan­times.com

Huma Qureshi stands for ed­u­ca­tion for girls and has of­ten voiced her sup­port for the cause. Tak­ing a big­ger step in the di­rec­tion, and lead­ing by ex­am­ple, Huma is now help­ing out a fan with her ed­u­ca­tion. Ac­cord­ing to a source, the ac­tor re­cently re­ceived a touch­ing let­ter from a fan who could not pur­sue her med­i­cal ed­u­ca­tion be­cause of a fi­nan­cial cri­sis in her fam­ily. And Huma has de­cided to take ac­tion. “Huma has been trav­el­ling non-stop, so she couldn’t con­nect with her fans for a long time. Lately, the ac­tor got a lengthy let­ter from one of her fans who called Huma her in­spi­ra­tion,” said a source, adding that Huma is known for go­ing out of her way to show grat­i­tude for her fans’ love. “So when she re­ceived the let­ter, she wrote back to the fan, in­form­ing her that she would be happy to cover the ex­penses. The fan, who hails from Hy­der­abad, will enrol for her classes next year.” Huma, who re­cently wrapped up the shoot­ing for Pa Ran­jith’s Tamil film Kaala Karikaalan op­po­site su­per­star Ra­jinikanth, was un­avail­able for com­ment.

HUMA’S FAN, A GIRL FROM HY­DER­ABAD — WHO WROTE A LET­TER TO HUMA — WILL ENROL FOR MED­I­CAL CLASSES NEXT YEAR

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