Amrin Qureshi has been a true-blue Hyderabadi. A Secunderabad Shiva Shivani Public School alumnus, she is now busy with two Bollywood films, both of which are remakes. If one of them is the remake of Raj Tarun's 'Cinema Chupista Mava', the other one is the remake of 'Julayi'.
As someone who looks absolutely apt for both glamorous roles and traditional characters, Amrin holds a lot of potential is the belief of several directors and producers in the industry. It's learned that the beautiful lady is upbeat about bagging offers from Tollywood, Kollywood as well as the Hindi film industry.
Rekha, Hema Malini, Sridevi, Jayaprada, Waheeda Rehman and Tabu first made a mark down South before going big in Bollywood. In contrast, Amri, despite being a Hyderabadi, is doing it the other way round.
Amrin has a film background. She is the daughter of 'Pustakamlo Konni Pageelu Missing' director-producer Sajid Qureshi and granddaughter of Royal Film Distributors' M I Qureshi.
About the remakes
Bollywood filmmaker Rajkumar Santoshi is wielding the megaphone for 'Bad Boys', which is the remake of 'Cinema Chupista Mava'. This Sajid Qureshi production will release for Summer 2021.
'Julayi', on the other hand, is being remade by director Tony D'Souza. It will go on the floors in January. Mithun Chakraborty's son Namashi Chakraborty is the male lead.