Model and Actress from Pakistan. Ayesha Omar intends to relocate overseas and never return to her native country.
The well-known actress from Bulbulay announced her plans to relocate overseas, citing worries for her safety and security in Pakistan as well as some personal issues.
The Habs discussed her childhood trauma and offered several explanations for her decision, which is still in effect, during a recent guest appearance on the FHM podcast.
Omar explained that she had been harassed by a neighbor’s housekeeper when she was only three years old.
The 42-year-old actress also contrasted women’s security and safety in Karachi and Lahore, two of Pakistan’s largest cities. Omar, a well-known celebrity with millions of followers, said that she feels much safer in Lahore than in Karachi.
The Rehbra star claimed, “I have experienced two robberies in Karachi, and it isn’t safe for women to walk alone there either, but Lahore is much safer than that, Omar defended her opinions when discussing her plans to leave Pakistan, citing her time as a college student and her use of public transport as examples.
The actress stated that harassment is one of the reasons she might leave Pakistan; aside from that, she calls it her “favourite country” and says that “Hunza is the best place” for her,
Security is important, but the Kaaf Kangana star’s personal life is more important. Omar went on to say that she is prepared to settle down and move on to the next phase of her life. The Yalghaar actress shockingly declared,
“I am ready for marriage and be a mother now.” Previously, Omar had said that she was “afraid of becoming a mother earlier” because she “did not have a good childhood” and “always wanted to adopt a child after marriage.”
I Want To Get Married And Start A Family Now
“I want to get married and start a family now,” she continued.
Marry a Turkish or European descent man instead of a Pakistani,” the celebrity revealed, was her mother’s constant wish.
“My mother faced numerous obstacles and lived as a single person her entire life, having lost my father when she was just thirty years old. I persisted a lot, even though my mother did not want me to work in Pakistan,” Omar said.
Omar also disclosed that she intends to relocate to Denmark, where her brother has already made his home.