Pakistani actress and model Aymen Saleem (born January 12, 1993) makes appearances in Urdu television programs. Her performance as Ramisha aka Mishi (2020) in Hum TV’s Ramadan special Chupke Chupke garnered her a nomination for Best Emerging Talent in TV at the Lux Style Awards. After a year off from television, Saleem returned in 2022 in the part of Pernia in another Ramadan drama called Paristan. She then played the major character of Aliya in the Hum TV feminism romance Ibn-e-Hawwa.
Early life and education
In Karachi, Aymen was born. She is the niece of the late singer Nazia Hassan from Pakistan. Saleem Yousuf, her father, was a former cricketer for Pakistan. At Karachi Grammar School, she completed her A-levels. She graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business in 2017 with a bachelor’s degree in business with a double concentration in finance and strategic management. At the age of 17, Aymen attempted to break a Guinness World Record by cramming herself and 18 other girls for 19 seconds inside a smart vehicle with the doors closed.
She began her career as an intern for the investment bank J.P. Morgan before joining McKinsey & Company as a management consultant. There, she dealt with and advised Middle Eastern governments and ministries as they made policies for Abu Dhabi, Dubai, and the entire MENA area.[Reference needed] She appeared in the 2021 Hum TV production Chupke Chupke alongside Ayeza Khan, Osman Khalid Butt, Arslan Naseer, and Mira Sethi. Shehzad Sheikh and Hira Mani’s Ibn-e-Hawwa was her second endeavor. In the Ramadan drama TV series Paristan on HumTv, she collaborated once more with Arslan Naseer.
Date Year Role Notes 2022 Ibn-e-Hawa Aliya Lead 2021 Chupke Chupke Ramisha aka Mishi makes her television debut Paristan Pernia “Pari” Lead in 2022