Feb 08 2010
For regular TV buffs Ayesha Omar is not a new name. An NCA graduate, Ayesha has many portfolios to her credit, – a fine actress, a gutsy VJ, an intrepid model, a plucky painter and last but perhaps not the least, a singer. She started her acting career with comedy sitcom College Jeans directed by another NCA graduate Jawad Bashir. The success of which brought her truckloads of offers and she soon found herself hosting a show called Rhythm. Ever since then there is no looking back for the actress. Enjoy her answers for Sunday Plus favourite segment Celebrity Slam Book.
Your most valuable assets:
My education and upbringing.
Craziest thing you ever did:
Moved to Karachi for work.
One person you idealise:
One talent, you would love to have most:
I am very thankful to God for all my talents. I am content with what I have but would love to be able to play the saxophone.
On what occasions do you lie?
U think ill reveal that?
Philosophy of life:
Live and let live. And not try and hurt anyone in the process,
To win a grammy someday.
You?d like to be reborn as:
Haven?t had one in a while but used to have one of me flying.
One project you?d give your eye and teeth for:
To sing with the likes of Dave Mathews or Moloko and to record an album at the Abbey Road Studio.
An historical figure you are in love with:
A project you wish you couldn?t have done:
Activities that keep you occupied in your free time:
Facebooking, watching movies, reading and hanging out with friends.
Name one thing you would never or rarely get bored of doing:
What fictional character from you wish existed in real life?
None that I can think of right now.
If there were one thing you could change about yourself, what would it be?
Your mostly likely turns offs:
Body odour, bad breath, lack of respect for elders and women and showoffs.
Good smells, respectfulness, good sense of humour and humility.
Your message to the world:
Live and let live in peace and harmony. Be more tolerant towards others and help the underprivileged. Give as much as you can to others and God will give you more. Be ready to face the consequences of what u do because what goes around always comes around. Lastly, if u really want something bad enough, u will get it?believe in ?the secret.?