Ayeza Khan started her career with modeling and later, went on to make her television debut with hit serial, Tum Jo Miley on Hum TV. Following her stint, she instantly became a fan favourite – everyone from directors to the audiences loved her onscreen aura and acting skill set.
She won the ‘Best Actress’ title at the 14th Lux Style Awards for her astounding performance in the hit serial, Pyaare Afzal and these days, she can be seen lighting up the screen in ongoing drama, Tum Kon Piya. And now, she is set for her latest project, Ahmed Kamran’s Shehrnaz, and we simply cannot wait to watch it!
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Produced by ‘Mastermind Productions’ and Ayeza’s better half and actor, Danish Taimoor, Shehrnaz traces the journey of a woman who faces several situations in her struggle – and let’s just say not all are worth cherishing. And to find out more about what made Ayeza take up the project, we decided to chat with her from the sets of the project.
“Shehrnaz is completely different from everything I have done so far. It’s not the usual damsel-in-distress plot either. I play the central character of an outspoken, feisty young woman who aspires to become an actress,” Ayeza shared in a telephonic conversation with HIP. “She is emotional, yet very ambitious. She never lets anything stand in her way from achieving her goals. My look in the serial is also very new and fresh, so I’m sure my fans would really enjoy this one.”
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Apart from Ayeza, the serial stars three male leads; Alyy Khan, Imran Ashraf and Farhan Malhi, who have their own bits to offer and are part of her journey at some point in time. Veteran actor Sajid Hasan will be seen essaying the role of Ayeza’s father in the show.
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We further asked the actress how she maintains a balance between work and personal commitments and priorities, to which she revealed:
“Hoorain (daughter) stays with my mother. I myself manage it quite well. I don’t work regularly. So I end up having half days or a few offs whenever I am in need of them. Apart from which, I think Hoorain is definitely not one of those trouble making munchkins – she’s very fun-loving. She loves seeing me and Danish on television and when people recognise her in public, she simply loves the attention (laughs).”
The shoot for Shehrnaz is currently underway and it is scheduled to go on air sometime later this year.