[Shocking!] Huma Qureshi's Femina cover concept is copied! Take a lookAlso Read - Aanand L Rai's Mother Passes Away, Akshay Kumar, Huma Qureshi Pay Their Last Respect | See Pics

Huma Qureshi who is acclaimed for jer acting skills in off-beat movies like ‘Gangs of Wasseypur’ and ‘Dedh Ishqiya’, is known for her curvacious figure. Bollywood which was once upon a time obsessed with skinny girls, is now welcoming curves! Huma Qureshi broke the stereotype of having the ‘prefect figure’ in the lastest issue of Femina. The cover had a strong message to give to the readers, “I don’t owe you perfection. My body, my rules”. Also Read - Akshay Kumar's Bell Bottom Gets Banned in Saudi Arabia, Qatar And Kuwait Due to 'Factual Error'

With this bold cover, Huma Qureshi is hitting the headlines and being appreciated for the confidence and sexuality she brings with her curves. People are raving about this amazing concept that Femina came up with! But unfortunately, as we all know most of the things in Bollywood are ‘inspired’ from Hollywood and this amazing concept is no exception! Also Read - Bell Bottom Movie Review: Akshay Kumar Brings a Full Paisa Vasool Entertainer

This stereotype breaking concept is copied from photo-shoot of a plus size model Denise Bidot. Denise is a renowned plus size model, who is famous for her dangerous curves. Though, it’s not the first time that a concept has been copied. Femina has done an amazing job of introducing such a bold concept in India.

Huma Qureshi looks gorgeous on the cover and we hope that this initiative will help ladies love their body!