Ayesha Omar

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Ayesha Omar
Ayesha Omar at Uth Records Press Conference.jpg
Ayesha Omar at Ufone Uth Records Press Conference
Born Ayesha Omar
Lahore, Pakistan
Residence Karachi, Pakistan
Nationality Pakistani
Education Beaconhouse School System
Alma mater National College of Arts
Occupation Actress, model, singer
Years active 1998-present [1]

Ayesha Omar is a Pakistani actress, model and singer. She is known for her role as Khoobsurat in Bulbulay, Natasha in Ladies Park, Sara in Zindagi Gulzar Hai, Arzoo in Tanhai and Aleena in Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai.

In 2012, she released her first single Chalte Chalte and Khamoshi which, although a commercial success in Pakistan, was met with a mixed reaction from critics. Omar went on to win Lux Style Award for Best Album.

Career[edit]

Modeling[edit]

Omar started her career as a model. She has done many commercials such as Kurkure, Harpic, Capri, Pantene and Zong. Omar first hosted the show Meray Bachpan Kay Din on PTV at the age of eight. She then hosted Morning show Yeh Waqt Hai Mera on CNBC Pakistan, Rhythm on Prime TV and Hot chocolate on ARY Zauq.

Acting[edit]

Omar made her acting debut with serial College Jeans later she appeared in Geo TV serial Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat opposite Bushra Ansari, Saba Hameed and Jawed Sheikh. Later she appeared on ARY Digital serial Bulbulay as Khoobsurat, opposite Hina Dilpazeer, Mehmood Aslam and Nabeel. Bulbulay become the most watched sitcom of Pakistan. Then she appeared in PTV serial Dil ko Manana Aya Nahi opposite Amanat Ali, Neelam Muneer and Nadia Hussain, Geo TV serial Ladies Park opposite Humayun Saeed, Azfar Rehman, Hina Dilpazeer and Mahnoor Baloch, Hum TV's serial Zindagi Gulzar Hai opposite Fawad Afzal Khan, Sanam Saeed, Mehreen Raheel and Tanhai opposite Azfar Rehman, Sohai Ali Abro and Goher Mumtaz. She is currently seen in Geo Kahani serial Soha or Savera opposite Sami Khan and Hum TV serial Woh Chaar opposite Maria Wasti, Savera Nadeem and Angeline Malik.[2]

Music[edit]

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.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2011 Love Mein Ghum Herself Special appearance in song "Love Mein Ghum"
2015 Yalghaar TBA Filming
TBA Waar 2 TBA Filming[3]

Television[edit]

Year Serial Role Channel
2005-2007 College Jeans Sabahat PTV
2010-2010 Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat Sila Geo TV
2011 Dolly Ki Ayegi Baraat Sila [Geo TV]]
2009–Present Bulbulay Khoobsurat ARY Digital
2011-2012 ladies Park Natasha Geo TV
2012-2012 Dil Ko Manana Aya Nahi Noor PTV
2012–2012 Woh Chaar Meher Hum TV
2012–2013 Zindagi Gulzar Hai Sara
2013–2013 Tanhai Arzoo
2013–2013 Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai Aleena Urdu 1
2013–2013 Soha or Savera Soha Geo Kahani
2013 Meri Guriya Qurat-ul-Ain ARY Digital (Telefilm)

Reality shows[edit]

Year Serial Role Channel
2002-2003 Meray Bachpan Kay Din Host PTV
2005-2006 Rhythm Prime TV
2010-2011 Yeh Waqt Hai Mera CNBC Pakistan
2012-2012 Hot Chocolate ARY Zauq

Discography[edit]

Year Song Notes
2010 "Man Chala Hai" Song for commercial Capri
"Aoa" Music Video
"Tu Hi Hai" Music Video
2011 "Bhooli Yaadon Mein" Theme song of serial Ladies Park
2011 "Manjali" Theme song of serial Manjali
2011 "Ye Kya Hua" Theme song of serial Uraan
2012 "Chalte Chalte" Music Video
2012 "Khamoshi" Video Album
12th Lux Style Awards for Best Album
2013 "Gimme Gimme" Music Video
2013 "Laage Re Nain" Sung at Coke Studio Pakistan (Season 6)
2013 "Miyan Ki Malhaar" Sung at Coke Studio Pakistan (Season 6)

Awards[edit]

Year Film/Serial/Song Award Category Result
2013 "Khamoshi" "Lux Style Awards" Best Video Album Won

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