In 2006, Ayesha won the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress.
After a hiatus of 14 years, Ayesha is all set to debut as a lead opposite Anshuman Jha in the film Hari Om.
Actress Ayesha Kapur gained widespread acclaim for her role as a child artist in the film Black, directed by Sanjay Leela Bhansali. At just 12 years old, she clinched the prestigious Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actress. Following this success, Ayesha showcased her acting prowess in several other films before taking a hiatus from the industry to pursue her education at Columbia University in the United States.
Now, all grown up, Ayesha is poised to make her debut as a lead actress opposite Anshuman Jha in the upcoming film Hari Om, which also features stalwarts like Raghubir Yadav and Soni Razdan in pivotal roles. Beyond her acting career, Ayesha has diversified her interests, becoming a certified Integrative Nutrition Health Coach from the Institute For Integrative Nutrition, New York. She actively shares her knowledge and insights on nutrition, self-care and mindfulness through engaging Instagram reels.
Furthermore, Ayesha ventured into entrepreneurship alongside her mother Jacqueline in 2009, marking another significant milestone in her professional journey. Recently, as Black completed 19 years since its release on February 4, Ayesha took to Instagram to reminisce about the film’s journey. In a heartfelt caption accompanying a repost from Amitabh Bachchan’s Instagram, she expressed gratitude for the film’s digital release on Netflix, highlighting the enduring inspiration of the characters Debraj and Michelle.
Ayesha’s colleagues from the film industry and fans showered praise on her performance, lauding the film’s impact and the stellar performances it showcased. Notable personalities like actress Shreya Chaudhry and Anshuman Jha joined in, expressing admiration with heart emoticons in the comment section.
Black, which is currently available for streaming on Netflix, features an ensemble cast including legendary actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Rani Mukerji, Shernaz Patel and Dhritiman Chatterjee. The film, released simultaneously in Hindi and English, continues to captivate audiences with its poignant narrative and powerful performances.
On a personal note, Ayesha’s Instagram profile offers glimpses into her romantic relationship with college-time friend Adam Oberoi, with the couple often sharing adorable photos.
Additionally, Ayesha has ventured into the world of music videos, showcasing her versatility across various creative platforms.
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