Sat. Sep 22nd, 2018



BIRTH NAME: Ayesha Omer

DATE OF BIRTH: October 12, 1981


HEIGHT: 5’1″

HOMETOWN: Lahore, Pakistan

PROFESSION: Painter, model, actress & singer


AYESHA OMER BIOGRAPHY: Ayesha Omar is a Pakistani painter by profession, indulging in acting, modeling and other performing arts like singing. Over a period of just a few years, Ayesha is regarded as one of the most well-known television personalities in Pakistan.

At the tender age of eight, she started hosting a show with Muneeza Hashmi called Meray Bachpan Kay Din in which she would interview celebrities about their early days. She was always fond of performing arts and secretly had shared with friends her desire to sing which none took seriously until she decided she needs to take her career into the popular music culture of Pakistan. With her hopes high and luck stringing low, she took her lessons in classical singing to a test. She started performing with underground rock bands including Mind Riot and The Cell, and with the NCA music society later in her life.

This simple girl ended up in the mainstream media while she was studying at the National College of Arts (NCA). “I was part of a sitcom made by students and graduates. Its shooting used to take place in the college and the plot was based on life in NCA. A number of people spotted me there and offered me roles in different television projects. I couldn’t juggle acting in additional projects while I was at college because education was my first priority. However, after graduating, I started taking up more work.”


Omar has been an all-rounder from the very beginning of her career, from being a VJ for music programmes to acting and singing. In her media career, Omar has hosted a couple of food programmes as well. She then hosted Morning show Yeh Waqt Hai Mera on CNBC Pakistan, Rhythm on Prime TV and Hot chocolate on ARY Zauq.

AYESHA OMER BIOGRAPHY: Omar made her acting debut with serial College Jeans later she appeared in Geo TV serial Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat. Later she appeared on ARY Digital serial Bulbulay as Khoobsurat, opposite Hina Dilpazeer, Mehmood Aslam, and Nabeel. Bulbulay becomes the most watched sitcom of Pakistan. Then she appeared in PTV serial Dil ko Manana Aya Nahi, Geo TV serial Ladies Park, Hum TV’s serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai and Tanhai opposite Azfar Rehman, Sohai Ali Abro and Goher Mumtaz. Then she is seen in Geo Kahani serial Soha or Savera and Hum TV serial Woh Chaar opposite Maria Wasti, Savera Nadeem and Angeline Malik.

Omar first sang the song “Man Chala Hai” for her commercial Capri. Then she sang the song “Bhooli Yaadon Mein”, title song of her serial Ladies Park and “Manjali” title song of Geo TV serial Manjali. She also sang the songs “Aoa” and “Tu Hi Hai”.

In 2012, Omar released two album Chalte Chalte and Khamoshi for which she won Lux Style Awards for Best Album, and in 2013 she released her third album Gimme Gimme. In 2013 she gave her voice for an old classical song named “Laage Re Nain” and another fusion song “Miyan Ki Malhar” for Coke Studio (Pakistan) season 6. She has done many commercials such as Kurkure, Harpic, Capri, Pantene and Zong.

Speaking of the clothing line that she launched along with Anoushey Ashraf and on becoming a designer Omar says, “Celebrities all over the world have their own brands and clothing lines because people like their style and want to dress like them.” But what actually inspired Omar to start a clothing line was the fact that a lot of girls come up to her and tell that they love her attire and the way she carries them. “Hence, Anoushey and I decided to make our “style” available to others, too,” Omar says, adding, “Don’t forget that I have a degree in fine arts so my aesthetics are pretty strong anyway.”


Moving to Lahore with her mother and brother right after her father passed away. Brought up by her mother, a single parent, she would always attribute this fact to her headstrong behavior. Since her early days at school, Ayesha had been keen on theater and charity work. She was a president at her art school and managed theater productions along with doing costumes and conceptual creative work. She would dedicate her summers at the Rising Sun School for special children.


BulBulay, Zindagi Gulzar Hai & Ladies Park


  • In 2013, Ayesha Omer won Lux Style Award for Best Album for Khamoshi


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