Ayesha Omar’s ‘girly’ 40th birthday celebration gives rise to ageist remarks 

By: News Desk      Published: 02:13 PM, 13 Oct, 2021
Ayesha Omar’s ‘girly’ 40th birthday celebration gives rise to ageist remarks 

Style icon of Pakistan, video from Ayesha Omar’s birthday celebration has been circulating on social media quite rapidly however social media users fail to understand that why the actress is so compelled to celebrate her 40th birthday with such fervour.

Some pictures/videos have been given massive recognition over the internet which feature Ayesha Omar with various fashion influencers/models known as Sona Rafiq and Fatima Hasan. These updates have emerged as it was the occasion of Ayesha’s birthday which was celebrated with all the right measures.

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The video which has gained quite a lot of feedback features the stylish diva as she attempts to cut three large cakes. 

Ayesha can be seen donning a trendy black set consisting of a black top with black bottoms while she has kept her healthy looking hair open. 

These birthday updates however have been the victim of immense criticism. Netizens have pointed out how Ayesha shouldn’t be celebrating her birthday with the spirit of an eighteen year old girl while she is an aged woman.

Ayesha has shared a picture on her social media account from her 3rd birthday celebration.

The little girl in the picture is being acknowledged by the 40-year-old for all that she has achieved so far.

Ayesha elaborates in the long note on how she never knew a father.

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The actress stated in the caption of her post: “I had lost my father a year ago… I didn’t know what that meant. I didn’t even know a father. And yet I was happy. It’s the first memory I have. My mother getting me ready for this birthday. It’s faint but it’s there. And this little me represents my present inner child. The inner child I’m trying so hard to represent every day. And all I want to say to her today is: you cannot and should not make others happy all the time. You cannot divide yourself all the time. You cannot please others all the time. You come first and you need to forgive, love and celebrate yourself. Every. Single. Day.”