Ayeza Khan began her career as an actress at the age of 18, making her debut with a supporting role in the romance Tum Jo Miley, that aired on Hum TV. After portraying supporting roles in several television series, she appeared as leading actress in the Geo TV romantic drama Tootey Huwey Per (2011). She later established herself as a leading actress in Pakistan with several roles in the drama Aks (2012), the romantic drama Kahi Unkahi (2012), and Adhoori Aurat (2013), the family drama Mere Meherbaan (2014), and the tragic romance Tum Kon Piya (2016), all of which garnered her wide recognition. Her performance in the 2014 social drama Pyarey Afzal earned her critical acclaim and Lux Style Award for Best Television Actress.
Speaking of which, in a recent post on Instagram, Ayeza Khan also uploaded a picture of herself with an appreciation post, thanking everyone who supported her through a tough year as a celebrity, mother, wife and daughter. In the process, she went onto say that her hard work has gained her a lot of support from her fans, which gives her power and makes her a superwoman.
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Dr. Rabail…. #koichandrakh Before this year ends, i personally wanted to thank everybody for giving so much love and appreciation. Honestly, waking up at 7am, making lunch box exciting everyday, dropping hoorain to the school, coming back and waking up rayan and feeding and getting him ready and dropping him to my mom’s place and sometimes requesting her to come to my house in the morning and then having breakfast with my husband and leaving for the work and in btw try to come home whenever possible and, monitoring the kids on phone all day and coming back to home and again feeding, bathing, choosing the princess or batman night-suit every night, listening hoorain’s bedtime stories or phirrrrrrrrrr removing the makeup and dinner date with my favorite person and sleeping at 3am and again waking up at 7. Difficult to manage ??? Honestly sometimes it is….. Buttttt i love you all and the amount of lovee i am receiving from my fans have made me the super woman and gave me the power to work, to dream and to make all of you proud. 🙏❤️
Ayeza Khan has lately drawn intense ire from her fans and TV enthusiasts after her recent drama Mere Paas Tum Ho glorified misogyny and objectified women with its sexist, demeaning and disrespectful story idea.
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Maa aik nemat hoti hai. Aik maa hi hoti hai jo bachay ko sahi aur ghalat ka farq batati hai. Aur apni in baaton se uss ki jarrain mazbut banati hai. Jo cheezain ammi ne mjhe sikhaen main chahti hun k main wohi baatain mein hoorain ko bhi sikhaun. Aur ye sab baaton mein kerti hoon hamarey champi time mein; jis me hamarey na sirf baal lekan jarein bhi mazboot hoti hain. Mein ne aaj Hoorain ko sikhaya ke sab logon ki izzat aur hamdardi se pesh aana chahiye . . Comment below and share your champi stories with me.. would love to hear from you all! 🙂 #DaburAmla #ChahatkiChampi @daburamlapk
She also referred to how she would sometimes go back and forth from home to work, just to monitor if everything was under control. Ayeza’s post implies how she has managed to keep a balance between giving her family just as much time as she would to her work.
She went onto conclude, “Difficult to manage? Honestly sometimes it is, but I love you all and the amount of love I am receiving from my fans have made me the super woman and gave me the power to work, dream and make you all proud.”