Actor Huma Qureshi has expressed her happiness after Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead, which additionally starred her in a pivotal position, gained a fan award on the 94th Academy Awards. The movie gained within the newly-introduced unofficial award category- #OscarsFanFavouriteAward, which was launched by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in collaboration with Twitter to honour extra mainstream, fashionable motion pictures. It’s an unofficial award and the winner of the prize doesn’t win an Oscar trophy. Army of the Dead, which streamed on Netflix, beat Spider-Man: No Way Home, Cinderalla, Minamata, and Tick, Tick…Boom! to win the award. Also Read | Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead ending explained: Did Huma Qureshi’s Geeta live or die?
Twitter customers had been allowed to vote as much as 20 instances a day in the course of the 18-day voting interval for his or her favorites. Huma thanked the voters as she took to her Instagram deal with on Monday to rejoice the win. Alongside a snap of a information article saying the win, the actor wrote, “Omg! This just happened. We won an Oscar!! Thank you to the fans for voting. #ZackSnyder you are the boss @netflix Love to my cast mates and the whole crew !! #OscarFanFavorite #gratitude One step closer … thank you 2022.” She additionally shared the image on Instagram Stories, writing, “Woah.”
Army of the Dead was launched in choose theatres within the United States on May 14, 2021, and was digitally launched on Netflix on May 21, 2021. The movie adopted a bunch of mercenaries who enterprise into the quarantine zone in hopes of pulling off an unimaginable heist following a zombie outbreak in Las Vegas.
Huma performed a supporting position, Geeta, in Zack Synder’s directorial. Commenting on the opinion of a few of her followers who mentioned she has a relatively brief position within the movie, the actor informed Bollywood Bubble, “I want to say thank you. I love Indian fans. Hindustan ki janta mind-blowing hai (The Indian public is mind-blowing). I did my first film in 2012, Gangs of Wasseypur, in which I was in an ensemble of actors. My role must have been hardly 15 minutes…”
“Now that I’m in a way making my Hollywood debut, in a Zack Snyder film, it’s a big ensemble film, it’s a very acclaimed director. I have never in my career gone for length of character. It’s always about what my character is doing in the film,” she wrote. Zack had also praised Huma’s work in the film, telling Hindustan Times, “She was written as an Indian character, and Huma is a extremely superb actress, no two methods about it.”