Ayesha Khan said it all! From acting to her personal life

The gorgeous Ayesha Khan is an amazingly gorgeous actress of Pakistan media industry. She has shown her immense talent in Tv screens and is currently blowing cinema magic on big screens. She is among graceful Pakistani celebrities packed with extreme acting talent. With successful drama serials, the actress is also captivating audiences on film screens.

All ready to shoot the scene

All ready to shoot the scene

While Ayesha Khan was on the set of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani, Express Tribune didn’t miss the chance to ask few questions.

What aroused her interest in acting?
The actress said, “It was a complete accident actually. I went to an architectural school where Shehzad Roy spotted me. And so, acting just happened. It wasn’t planned at all!”

On asking about the career growth?
Ayesha replied, “I think it keeps getting better and better. The quality of production has become better also. I took a five-year break in the middle, but that hasn’t affected my career.”

People have associated you with different male artists and started many rumours. What do you have to say about that?
Rumours belong in the trash. That is why they are called rumours and not facts. It may be true in the eyes of the public, but I pay absolutely no heed to it.

You are acting in movies as well as drama serials these days. How different are the two genres from one another?
They are both extremely different. The actor has fewer scenes in a movie, whereas dramas have a lot more room for performing. The main difference lies in the screen sizes. Other than that, both genres are similar. I am very picky about movies and tend to play it safe. I picked Waar because I had a feeling that it would turn out to be big. Thankfully, Jawani Phir Nahin Ani is heading towards being a blockbuster as well.


At the set of Jawani Phir Nahi Ani

What would you want people to know about Ayesha Khan, the person?
I am nothing like any of the characters I have played. I usually do negative roles, but I am nothing like it. In real life, I am a very balanced person: not too negative and not too emotional.

Your latest movie, Jawani Phir Nahin Ani, has already generated some controversy owing to some of the other actors it features. Do you think this makes for bad publicity?
No, I don’t believe this is bad for the movie at all. I can only talk about myself when I say that I am nobody to tell others how to live their lives. At the end of the day, everyone has the right to their own opinions.
Any advice for young females aspiring to become an actor?
Don’t come if you don’t have patience. Also, there is no room for a bad attitude in the industry. It is easy to make it here but very difficult to maintain your status. Source