A few days ago, a video went viral on social media in which a girl named Ayesha was seen dancing to the popular Indian song Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja. People liked this girl’s dance steps so much that she started getting millions of reshares. And what happened what everyone was afraid of, this girl became a celebrity in Pakistan overnight.
As soon as the video of a girl named Ayesha went viral on social media, Nida Yasir immediately invited this girl to her morning show. The girl said she was at a friend’s wedding and her friend asked her to dance to the song she was seen dancing to. She said that her dance steps were made by herself and she herself did not know that Pakistani people would like my dance steps so much.
Even before Ayesha, Pawri girl, and Pathan Bacha have become viral on social media in Pakistan and Nida Yasir called them on her morning show and gave them the title of becoming celebrities overnight. After seeing such programs of Nida Yasir, people have started saying that our young generation is being corrupted by this program. Some educated people said that this program should be stopped immediately.
In today’s article, we will see that the Mera Dil Ye Pukare Aaja star has now moved beyond dancing and is seen doing a photo shoot for a clothing brand. In the viral photos, she can be seen posing in a gray burqa and doing a photo shoot for a clothing brand. As soon as Ayesha’s pictures went viral on social media, people started getting outraged and saying that children in Pakistan should drop out of school and do this because it has too much scope. This photo shoot has been filmed for Astore_pk, a brand store in Pakistan.
If you guys also want to see pictures of Ayesha aka Mona as a model doing a photo shoot for a Pakistani clothing brand, then check out below.
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