Ayesha Omer Being Criticized For Her Lifestyle

Ayesha Omer has a huge fan following in New York, Istanbul, Paris, Toronto, London, and Dubai. No doubt, she is a talented and hard working female.

At the same time, Omer remains in the news due to her idiotic lifestyle. Many times, she is found wearing vulgar and odd dresses.

As a result, Muslims of Dubai, New York, and London start criticizing her. Recently, Ayesha was spotted dressed in a bright colored, very short umbrella frock, at an award show.

The dress was too short that her body parts peeped through it and the lady looked awful. But it seems that she does not care about her reputation and has forgotten her religious and moral values.

She rose to prominence with her work as Khoobsurat in Bulbulay and Natasha in Ladies Park. Ayesha has also been a part of series like Tanhai, Dil Apna Aur Preet Parai, and Zindagi Gulzar Hai.

A few years ago, Omer released her singles, Khamoshi, and Chalte Chalte, and made the headlines in no time. All this proves that she is a hard working and skilled female with incredible acting and singing skills.

For her debut album, Omer received two Lux Style Awards and mixed reactions from critics. With the passage of time, she has established herself and made a name.

She started her modeling career at the age of 19 and did commercials for brands like Zong, Capri, Pantene, Harpic, and Kurkure.

Not only this but also Omer hosted a PTV show titled Meray Bachpan Kay Din, and CNBC Pakistan’s Yeh Waqt Hai Mera.

Omer served as an anchor person on Prime TV’s Rhythm, and ARY Zauq’s Hot Chocolate. Over the years, she has worked as a model, actress, and host in the entertainment industry.

By the whole, Ayesha is a complete pack of beauty, talent, and fame. But the lovely lady should keep her reputation maintained in New York, Toronto, Dubai, Istanbul, Paris, and London.

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