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Ayesha Omar recently participated in New York Fashion Week as Pakistan’s Spokesperson for beauty brand Maybelline. The Pakistani starlet shared her pictures posing with other international models on her social media account.
On her trip, Ayesha was introduced to supermodel Gigi Hadid, Emily Didonato and Jourdan Dunn. Omar shared pictures that she took with them.
However, her picture with Gigi Hadid has particularly taken the Internet by storm.
While sharing her pictures with Emily Didonato she said the model has expressed her love for Pakistan in Urdu which she will upload soon.
In the caption she wrote: “great fun chatting with Emily Didonato backstage”, adding that “she [Didonato] sends her love to Pakistan, that too in Urdu!”
She also shared a picture with Jourdan Dunn who “was so tall that she had to sit down and chat…she didn’t want me getting a neck strain. And what a beauty! Ufffff.”
While Ayesha is living her dream to be among the international top models representing Pakistan, she did not forget to pay homage to the deceased actor, Qazi Wajid in her post.
Omar wrote that the news of his death “made my heart stop for a second, shook me up and made me come right back to reality, the reality of the fragility and preciousness of life.”
She remembered him as being “jolly, comical, and spreading love and his amazing energy, along cracking some witty jokes and finding humor in every moment.”
She thanked with the following caption, “Thank you Qazi Sahab for all that you added to my life, in all the ways you made it better, for all that we learned from you and all that you have left behind. You went too soon…but you live in our hearts forever…RIP and May Allah bless your soul.”
This news in the middle of everything, made my heart stop for a second, shook me up and made me come right back to reality, the reality of the fragility and preciousness of life…. but he was just fine when i met him last, he was his usual jolly, comical self, spreading love and his amazing energy, cracking some witty joke, finding humour in every moment, giving me some life advice as usual, waiting patiently, chatting away on some drama set without a single complaint, telling me to take a moment to relax and calm my speedy self down, to live in the moment…. his voice rings loud and clear in my head as he plays a character in a cassette recording of the children’s stories that my mother played all the time in house when I was growing up, or while scolding me, playing an elder relative in some tv play, what a beautiful soul he was, full of life and love….thank you, thank you Qazi Sahab for all that you added to my life, in all the ways you made it better, for all that we learnt from you and all that you have left behind… you went too soon… but you live live in our hearts for ever…. RIP and May Allah bless your soul…