Actress Huma Qureshi has finally revealed her look from her Hollywood debut Zack Snyder’s Netflix movie – Army of the Dead. The movie is slated to hit selected theatres and Netflix on May 14.
Bollywood actress Huma Qureshi is set to make her Hollywood debut with the upcoming Netflix film Army of the Dead. Earlier this month, the trailer of the movie was released but it did not show much of the actress’s presence in it. On Friday, Huma took to twitter and shared her character motion poster along with a heart-warming note. Huma who will be playing the role of a mother to an estranged daughter, can be seen holding a knife in her hands in the motion poster.
— Huma S Qureshi (@humasqureshi) April 29, 2021
Through her note, the Jolly LLB2 actress shared her serious concerns over the current covid-19 crisis in the country. While sharing the motion poster, Huma tweeted, “My heart bleeds as my country and my fellow Indians fight personal loss, hurt, pain and devastation everyday because of the Covid-19 pandemic. I stand alongside them in sharing every bit of it with them. With a heavy heart however, in keeping with my duties as a professional. I share my work for all of you to view Army Of The Dead, the Zack Snyder film I shot through 2019. Releasing on May 14th 2021 in select theatres and 21st May on Netflix.”
She further added, “Urging those who are safe to continue staying safe and follow every possible regulation in these torrid times, while dedicating my work to those who have encountered the wrath of this pandemic and wishing them health & peace.”
Huma’s caption read “Another reason to stay at home #ArmyOfTheDead @netflix @netflix_in #Geeta #HumaQureshi @netflixgeeked.”
Director Zack Snyder also shared the poster through his social media handle.
— Zack Snyder (@ZackSnyder) April 29, 2021
‘Army of the Dead’ follows a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas, when a group of soldiers take the ultimate gamble, entering into the quarantine zone to carry out the greatest mission ever attempted. Zack will be returning to the zombie genre after 17 years, following Dawn of the Dead.
Along with Huma, the movie also features Dave Bautista, Ella Purnell, Omari Hardwick, and Ana de la Reguera in pivotal roles.
Other details have been kept under the wraps.