Ayesha Khan Blessed With A Baby Girl

Ayesha Khan is a Pakistani former tv and film actress. Her most well-liked roles include Mahgul from Khuda Mera Bhi Hai, Noor from Noor-e-Zindagi and Jeena from Mann Mayal.

In April 2018, Actress Aisha Khan Married Maj Uqbah Malick and now they are blessed with a Baby Girl. Aisha Khan gave birth to a baby girl on November 10 in a private hospital in Islamabad.

Daughters sure are a true blessing of Allah. We hope Aisha and the baby are perfectly fine. Congratulations once again for the most precious gift from Almighty Allah.

Ayesha Khan

Ayesha Khan was born on 27 September 1982 in Lahore, Pakistan. Ayesha Khan was a tv and film playacting thespian. Ayesha’s Family belongs to Lahore. Her father is of Punjabi descent and her mother is of Kashmiri plummet. Ayesha Khan finished her early schooling and school studies from Pakistan. On the completion of the college studies, she visited Toronto (Canada) for higher education. in the wake of completion, she moved back to Pakistan to hunt a career skilled within the showbiz trade of Pakistan. Ayesha Khan experienced childhood in Abu Dhabi and Canada before she starts acting.

Ayesha Khan adjusted to the Pakistani culture equally as her profession in Pakistan’s show biz started. Ayesha Khan is acknowledged for playing extraordinarily cherished characters on Pakistani tv. She isn’t simply the best model nonetheless driving drama actress of Pakistan TV business. She has been a model for notable brands e.g. Jazmin, etc.

Ayesha initial showed up in a drama serial Mehndi. From that massive success, the Pakistan show biz was initially accustomed to a marvel whose eyes speak many words. Ayesha Khan portrayed the character of mature and young supportive wife, Sajjal in drama serial Mehndi (drama). Ayesha Khan proceeded to work in few drama serials including:

  • Kuch Pyar Ka Pagalpan
  • Zip Bus Chup Raho
  • Parsa
  • Khamoshiyaan
  • Meri Adhoori Mohabbat
  • Mujhe Apna Bana Lo
  • Mehmaan
  • Mulaaqaat
  • Ye sooch na tha

Ayesha Khan likewise won the best actress at Pakistan Media Award in 2010 for her role as Gul in drama serial Haroon tou Piya Teri. In 2013, Ayesha Khan also made her movie debut in Bilal Lashari’s directorial debut film “Waar.” She showed up in drama serial Mujhe Khuda pe Yaqeen Hai in a very negative role of Narmeen, a manipulative and hopeless wife. In 2009, Ayesha showed up in Maasi aur Malika, Man-O-Salwa, and Bol Meeri Machli.

Her prevailing roles are Mahgul from Khuda Mera Bhi Hai, Noor from Noor-e-Zindagi and Jeena from Mann Mayal.

In April 2018, Ayesha Khan wed her fiance Major Uqbah Hadeed malik. Her mother-in-law is PTI MNA Asma Qadeer. In March 2018, Ayesha Khan declared her retirement from the media business, by saying she has “moved onto the next phase of life”.

Major Uqbah Hadeed Malik

Major Uqbah Hadeed leader also notable as Major Uqbah Malik is incumbently Platoon Commander in PMA. He is the first officer in the history of Pakistan Army to have been chosen as a Platoon Commander in the Royal military academy Sandhurst. Major Uqbah Hadeed leader has returned to his school, the Royal Military faculty at Sandhurst, to help train its cadets to fight militants.

Major Uqbah Malik a graduate of the college has become the first instructor from the Pakistan Army in Sandhurst’s 300-year history. Malik graduated from Sandhurst in 2007 and came to his battalion in Waziristan, a part of the first Sindh Regiment. “Pakistan’s role, because the world is aware of and acknowledges now, has been instrumental, in countering insurgency in that region,” he said. His decade-long experience fighting in conflict zones in Pakistan has equipped him with the leadership skills, which, he said, is one of the most important things a cadet can posses. Major Uqbah Hadeed Malik joined the prestigious faculty of crème de la crème platoon commanders of Sandhurst when Pakistan and British governments agreed to enhance cooperation in defense training and capabilities.

Command and Instruct

he is the first-ever Pakistani to coach British soldiers, shares his practices of combating terrorism in the country’s tribal regions in the federally administered tribal areas (Fata). “It is because of the successful counterinsurgency in Fata,” he says. He also becomes the first Muslim ever to command and instruct a British commission course, since the beginning of the British Army.

Returning to Pakistan

Major Malik confirmed to the present correspondent that he will be returning to Pakistan next month to join the first Sindh Regiment deployed in Waziristan. He recalled his visit to Waziristan once he came from Sandhurst in 2007 when receiving the Sword of Honour in April to take part in frontline operations, as the war against terrorism raged in the region at that time. Major Uqbah created headlines in English press when his British cadets rendered a tribute in his honour by singing Pakistan’s anthem as a surprise for him. He recalled the various moments of pride, that had become humbling experiences.