“With great pleasure and humility I have decided to bid farewell to our wonderful media industry. I am bowing out with immense satisfaction and a lot of pride to move on to the next phase of my life. At this point I’d like to thank everyone who I have worked with in the industry and people outside of it especially my fans and well wishers who have supported me unconditionally and appreciated my work. I have grown and developed and met many wonderful people in this industry to whom I’m ever so grateful. I have always tried to keep my professional and personal life separate and request everyone to understand please. I would also like to let my colleagues and friends know about the limitation that I might have had in accepting new projects since 2016 out of which a few scripts stayed with me for a long time. My apologies. As I move on in life to discover how fate unfolds, I would request my well wishers to remember me and my parents in their prayers. #forevergrateful” said Ayesha Khan in her status that she published on her facebook about a few hours ago.
Is the next phase of life that she is referring to here means that she is already to tie a knot? or is she simply bidding good bye to pursue something else as a career is what he fans will have to wait and see.
Ghaallib Kemal replied to the status saying: “Aisha Khan always have impressed me,,you are a symbol of beautiful nature and personality,you have Ruled the screen as Queen with your looks and expressions,Allah bless.you and you.stand as.my family”
Sabina Pasha too wished Ayesha Khan all the very best saying: “Wishing you pure joy, love and light in your new path”
Sunita Marshall Ahmed added to the list replies and wished her luck too. “All the best babe will miss seeing you on screen”
Pakistani Canadian Actress Shehla Badar Bukhari of the film 62/63 too was seen wishing Ayesha Khan luck and love. “All the very best in whatever u do 😘😘”
Ayesha Khan (born 27 September 1982) is a Pakistani television and film actress. Her most popular role most probbaly was an annoying orphan character named Jeena in the Pakistani Drama titled Mann Mayal. Ayesha Khan made her television debut in 2000 in the drama serial “Tum Yahi Kehna” which aired on PTV. She portrayed the mature and young supportive wife, Sajjal in drama serial Mehndi (drama). Khan went on to work in several drama serials including Kuch Pyar Ka Pagalpan, Zip Bus Chup Raho, and Parsa. Khan also won the Best actress at Pakistan Media Award in 2010 for her role of Gul in drama serial Haroon tou piya teri. In 2013, Ayesha Khan also made her film debut in Bilal Lashari’s directorial debut film “Waar”. She appeared in drama serial Mujhe Khuda Pe Yaqeen Hai in a negative role of Narmeen, a manipulative and miserable wife.