Ayeza Khan’s ‘Perfect’ Image – Fake or Real?

Ayeza Khan has a massive fan following on social media and otherwise. She has worked hard to gain this popularity. Some actors are popular because of their craft and others are famous because of their social media presence and their overall impression. Over the years Ayeza Khan has successfully managed to make herself recognized as the perfect mother and wife who can also pull off multiple bridal shoots monthly along with a hectic acting career. Some people might have reservations about Ayeza Khan’s acting career but no one can negate the fact that Ayeza has successfully managed to convince most people that her life is perfect in every way. Ayeza can cook, act, walk on the ramp, do whatever it takes to keep her husband and children happy. While she discusses all her abilities she is clearly sending out a loud and clear message to all the women out there which isn’t helping anyone. Although Ayeza does not shy away from discussing just how perfect she is in every interview, she also never forgets to mention that she is really down-to-earth.

Ayeza Khan’s ‘Perfect’ Image – Fake or Real?

Carving The ‘Perfect’ Identity

For an actor, it can be quite easy to carve the perfect identity and image. The public only knows what these actors show or say. Ayeza Khan has made the most of this and has definitely carved an off-screen ‘perfect’ identity for herself and through her interviews she has strengthened that identity. If you follow Ayeza Khan on social media and if you have watched her interviews, you will agree that she is perhaps the only actress who has never talked about her struggles. Even if she talks about trying times such as COVID, there is a certain glamour attached to the messages. It is almost as if Ayeza Khan does not have any struggles in her life and her life is picture-perfect.

How many intelligent and hardworking women out there who do everything in their power to juggle between work and family can actually relate to this perfect identity carved by the actress? We are pretty sure none! Even those women who have the most supportive husbands and families have their struggles. Hira Mani for instance has often talked about how her work takes her away from her kids and she feels guilty about not giving them enough time. Aiman Khan talked about the challenges of motherhood honestly and many others talk about their challenges just as candidly as any other woman would.

Ayeza Khan’s ‘Perfect’ Image – Fake or Real?

The amount of effort and help needed to carve this picture-perfect identity is often brushed under the carpet by Ayeza Khan during interviews and she is more than willing to take the entire credit for it. Most often she forgets to give due credit to the make-up artists and photographers who are most certainly there at her beck and call. Whenever Ayeza Khan gets into a controversy she tries not to get too involved or she lets her fans speak for her. This is another conscious effort on her part to not do anything negative to affect this image.

The ‘Perfect’ Mother

Like everything else about the actress, Ayeza Khan is also ‘perfect’ as a mother. There most certainly must be mothers out there wondering if she has a superpower because surely you need some special power to be so consistent and perfect. We all know that Ayeza Khan is constantly doing photoshoots and she is also taking up acting and other television projects continuously. Every woman out there can easily tell the amount of time these photoshoots must take and acting projects are equally demanding. Most women find it difficult to do a 9 to 5 job with all their wifely and motherly duties. They get exhausted and sometimes cannot deliver either at work or at home. That is, of course, human but Ayeza Khan it seems is superhuman or so she would like us to think.

Ayeza Khan always talks about how she wakes up early in the morning and makes lunch and breakfast for her children before they go to school. We honestly feel for all those mothers out there who feel they are not good enough after hearing Ayeza talk about how she manages every little thing since most of us get tired after attending a two days wedding. But here we have a model and actress who is constantly doing photoshoots, has never hired a helper for her children, and wakes up early in the morning to be there for them. Ayeza does talk about the help she gets from her family but at the same time, she makes it look like she is the one nurturing and bringing up her children.

The Perfect Wife

Danish Taimoor and Ayeza Khan give interviews at least twice a year. In these interviews, the viewers do get to know Danish’s shortcomings as a person and even a husband but we have never heard Danish or Ayeza talk about Ayeza’s shortcomings. Apparently, she has none! It is almost as if there is a concerted effort to make sure that none of these shortcomings or weaknesses are ever mentioned in interviews. Ayeza Khan is the perfect wife who remembers everyone’s birthday, makes sure that the family spends time together, and most importantly she makes sure she wears and looks the way her husband wants.

When in a segment she was asked to point out things she did not have, she literally had nothing to add since she has everything and more!

In an interview, she shared that sometimes Danish gets possessive about her but she has never felt jealous when it comes to Danish’s work. Many actresses have talked about how sometimes they have issues in their marriage but not Ayeza because she is the ‘perfect’ wife! The men watching these interviews must dream of a wife like her not knowing that her struggles could be just as daunting as others!

Ayeza consciously makes an effort to ensure that this perfect wife image is not affected by anything. In an interview when she was asked if she liked living with her in-laws, she said that when they got married she was the one who really wanted to live in a joint family but now they had to move out because of the nature of their work and children. She tactfully handled the question glorifying the joint family system while at the same time acknowledging that she doesn’t live with the family anymore!

Expectations From Other Women

After working ‘so hard’ to carve this picture-perfect identity, Ayeza Khan is convinced that she is now in a position to tell women how they can be ‘perfect’ wives just like her! Really politely Ayeza body-shamed her female fans and audience ‘quite respectfully and ignorantly’ in an interview when she asked them to stay slim and pretty because they ‘owed’ it to their husbands! In other words, women who were no longer perfect looking like Ayeza were not doing their duty as the ‘perfect’ wives. Also, according to Ayeza Khan women who suspect that their husbands might be having an affair should actually distract themselves because somehow that is not possible and these women simply need to get a life!

In a society where women are consistently being judged and there are so many impossible expectations from them, actresses like Ayeza Khan are just setting the standards even higher. She is doing so by not only showing only what she wants to show but also by giving such ridiculous advice to women who are already being fat-shamed by their in-laws and cannot keep up because they do not have dieticians and make-up artists at their disposal.

As if the characters Ayeza plays in dramas are not bad enough, her well-thought-out public image is just as fake and regressive as many of the characters she has played on screen. If she really wants to do women a favor she should share the amount of time, money, and effort she puts into looking the way she does and in maintaining this ‘perfect’ image on social media. Most women with children do not have the help and support she has therefore Ayeza Khan needs to keep it real just like many other actresses do! She might be the best mother and wife but is it possible that she has never struggled in her life? If she really does consider her fans her family, she should be fair and not setting impossible standards while giving these interviews and posting on social media.

Ayeza Khan’s ‘Perfect’ Image – Fake or Real?

Do you feel that Ayeza Khan perfect public persona isn’t all real? Is it even possible for someone to be so ‘perfect’? Do you feel that by faking this picture-perfect image she is putting even more pressure on housewives and even working women? Share your views.


My name is Shozib Ali. I have done Bachelors in Media Sciences. Currently Working as an administrator and content writer for reviewit.

  • ayeza just says she can handle everything good she never said she was perfect and for being down earth every actor or actress she has worked has said that ayeza is nice and hardworking and for her image it is good i dont think any actor or actress image is 100 percent perfect she has talked about her journey in a lot of her interview and her struggles like this whole article and she does give credit to her mom dad and danish and his family for keeping her kids when she is working i a interview with sanam jungs show s

  • Thank you thank you thank you reviewit for this article. I am that woman whose husband says that look at Ayeza she can cook and has the perfect hands hair and everything as if everything she says is true. It is not easing coping with demands of families especially in joint families but actors like Ayeza with their fake stories set unrealistic standards. No one points this out but I am happy someone wrote on this. I think Reema Khan falls in the same category. They are shallow women.

    • I agree! I have never understood the allure of Ayeza, actually. She is very pretty, mashaAllah, but that has nothing to do with anything she’s done. Allah has blessed her, for sure, but she has the money to cultivate this perfect image which is really, to me, sometimes off-putting. She does not seem genuine to me and her overexposure takes away from her allure in my opinion. And yes, Reema is the same. I live in Virginia and see her at events from time to time. She, too, has a very cultivated personality and image. I ran into her once at a clothing exhibition- she was dolled up to perfection whereas I came straight from the gym, no makeup, kind of grungy. She wouldn’t even look at me! Very strange people.

      • OMG,I also live in Northern Virginia and have met Reema at few events as we both belong to Doctor braadri here 😅 We might know each other.And I agree with everything you wrote.This shows Ayeza has very shallow mindset which just revolves around money and short lived fame.Allah hum sabko hidayat dey ameen

        • I don’t live in the virginia area, but being a doctor of pak origin i get APPNA pictures and it’s cringey to see her in all the pictures posing as if she’s the only one worth being photographed there. Has it come to this now? all those years of studying and smarts and all our community has to show is this fake personality. ugh.

      • Lol, imo they’re all the same. the youtubers, the movie stars, the tv divas. They all have the fakeness and it’s good some of us can spot them. who cares if she was dolled up, you can just look at her and tell how much botox and collagen went into that face. It also reminds me of Mahnoor Baloch, the Pakistani poster girl for youthfulness and beauty. She can not move her face but our country loves her.

    • That’s a stupidity on your husband’s side to compare you with her but at the same time it’s unfair to call her fake. I am a journalist and a story writer too, have no maid, do all my house hold work, kids have no tutor and are excellent in studies alhamdulillah. If I tell this to someone, do they have the right to call it a fake story?? No this is called time management one can do everything in a proper way and on time. As we don’t know clearly about one’s life so it’s better not to comment on it. Best is to try hard and improve oneself.

      • Exactly. My mom runs her own business. Takes care of the house and raises 5 kids while my father is outside the country for a long time. Yet she looks younger than all her friends and keeps herself healthy and well groomed without maids. Telling women to not be their best selves because it’s setting wrong standards for others is wrong. If a woman wants to appear perfect and put together. Let her. And is she doesn’t. Also let her. Let women live

    • If your husband is comparing you to her, then that’s his issue. And you think coping with family’s demands are hard. Imagine having the whole country their to judge you’re every move. Of course she wants to protect her image. Our actresses get attacked for the smallest thing. You are talking about judgement and doing the same. Calling them shallow because they try to maintain an image to protect themselves from trolling as much as possible

    • People like aiza khan have dozens of people working for them to create this perfect image and project it to the world.A makeup artist, beautician for her skin, stylist, hair expert, nail care expert, designers are involved for all these photo shoots that take atleast 8-10 hours to perfect.And then there’s photoshop and filters on Instagram.Then they have their personal trainers and dieticians who help them maintain/lose their weight and workout in the gym precisely as their body requires.At home, in Pakistan, these guys have house staff who deal with all the cooking and cleaning and taking care of the home.The same house staff take care of their chores at home and even do their groceries and drive them around.Therefore, these people have a lot of time on their hands to focus on their acting and modelling careers and to look beautiful and prom and proper always while having little children.Honestly speaking, we shouldn’t be comparing ourselves to these actresses/models and their perfect images on social media.Social media is a huge facade.A farce.And we should dwell on it as less as possible and focus on building, bettering and grooming ourselves and our lives instead of comparing ourselves with these celebs.

  • About time someone spoke. Ayeza was not this way before but now she is like this a lot. Not a single picture of her on her social media which is unfiltered or without make up. Then she takes pride that husband is scared of her at the same time she says she is the best wife. I don’t think she is too smart. She is pretty but that’s it. Like those dumb blondes. She does try very hard to make women relate to her by passing all these stupid statements. Who is she to tell women what they should do? Poor Danish has to put up with this one!!! Well written piece. Need of the hour because no one says this because of her fan base. Good work

  • Please stop these sort of articles to bring out your grudges against personalities. I personally didn’t watch any of her drama. But judging someone is not a good thing.

  • I think she’s becoming Aishwrya rai of Pakistan. I.e. PLASTIC LADY. Too much plastic in her stories and also on her face

  • This article is much needed . Aiza and Danish even fatshamed Sanam Jung on her show . Aiza i feel like- apne muh miya mithhu 😜

  • I just want both husband and wife to read this article . It’s an eye opening article . I always feel aiza as a cunning women . Meethi churrii, diplomatic

  • On sanam Jungs show she was empathizjng so much on getting back in shape , like really. It’s ok to have extra weight for some time after u have ur baby . All her pix are photoshopped 🥶

  • Whoever have wrote this article ,have some fear from Allah ..
    Kisi k barai mai badgumaani aur nafrat phailaana sirf apni soch kai mutabiq ye kitna bara gunah hai.. aap log dusro kai life mai interfere kartai kiyoo hon ? Kya us ne apka makeup use kiya hai? Apkai paisai khayai hain ? Koye role model hai apki ?
    Khuda ko maanai duniya mai already bht negativity hain plz plzzzz aisi articles se aur nafratain na phailaayai ..

    • So true.. Lekin karwa sach yeh hai k thats what we like to do.. Spread negativity…i mean woh jaisi b hai its her PERSONAL LIFE so let gooo

    • Exactly! This is such a mean spirited article. It’s like the writer is jealous of Ayeza and penned down all their grievances against her in a bout of jealousy. Shame!!

    • Maaf kijiye..Ayeza Khan’s whole life is a social media show! She cashes in on that image. Agar woh gharelu aurat hoti tho aapki baat jaiz thi.

  • This was so unnecessary. Ayeza has often emphasized how much her husband and her family have played a part in her success and allow her to lead the life that she does. If she wants to look good, I see no reason why she shouldn’t. It’s not these people’s responsibility to set realistic standards. If she does not feel comfortable putting make up free selfies then she should not be forced to. People want women to live their lives on their terms but get mad when someone doesn’t do it as they believe she should. If she wants to appear proper and perfect, let her. It is not her responsibility to change herself and her way of life for you.

    • I didn’t find anything positive or constructive over here. If they are against anyone ( actor or the viewer) they just ganged up against them.

  • OMG!! thank you for writing this. I always thought the exact same things when I read her interviews or saw her pictures. it’s so hard to identify with her.

  • It’s certainly a manufactured image that had been carefully created while keeping the conservative Pakistanis in mind. The two dated for 8 years. Something that was mentioned in several early interviews but recently danish claimed that it was an arranged marriage and they never met prior to marriage.

  • What a long, rant filled article. She is an actress, NOT a common (wo)man, why compare her with the average women who work, or don’t work like the homemakers, and juggle their work with family life and stuff? People are stupid if they compare their own spouses and/or life with the like of hers. Yeah, it’d be great if she came out and said “yes, I have a whole team behind me, supporting my family and I and blah” but if she doesn’t then so what? does not affect your life or mine, does it? Your and my life’s will go on uninterrupted as before.

  • I think we should try to uplift others instead of needlessly bringing them down. While I agree that this might be a carefully crafted image, it’d make more sense to do an article where you suggest people to not blindly follow celebrities and influencers rather than singling Ayeza out. I feel like people should take everything on social media with a grain of salt: we don’t know what the lives of these people are, and that’s okay, because at the end of the day, the only responsibility we have is towards ourselves and we can choose what we are influenced by.
    Personally I find Ayeza’s enthusiasm and discipline inspiring. I’m sure many others might share that opinion. In any case, we must start looking beyond creating ‘role models’ and ‘heroes’ out of people we see and hear on the internet. There can be traits you find inspiring, and that’s fine. But it should be just that. Look at yourself and what works for you, and let people do what works for them. At the end of the day, what Ayeza says in her interviews or on her Instagram is just an opinion, and not a fact. If you don’t share her opinion, that’s perfectly fine. If you think her Instagram projects an unreal image, perhaps it’s better to school people that Instagram is more of a photo album, than a biography. Let’s all try to be a little more kind to one another, and allow people to coexist, even those we might not necessarily agree with. It’ll make our world a better place.

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