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Amina Sheikh tell reason of not appearing in interview?

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Amina Sheikh in her recent interview with Sonia Rehman share why she doesn’t appear in interviews too often.

Asking to Amina Sheikh: Why you avoid interviews? asked Sonia Rehman.

“Because a lot of time has been passed since I am doing this work and no one asks me new questions, same old questions” Aamina continued “These are the same questions whose answers can be easily found on google by audience”.

Further Amina Sheikh said: “If we are getting older with time, the question should also get older”.

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For enlightened readers:

Amina is a proficient and ingenious Pakistani Television and a film actress and likewise a model who started her Showbiz career a long way back and today have succeeded in establishing her name and position worldwide with her charming personality and exceptional acting skills. She is a valiant and an independent woman who is consider as one of the highest-paid actresses of the Pakistani Showbiz Industry. Therefore she is also a social worker who has lend her voice for educating girls and for protecting their rights.

She start her Showbiz career with Modelling. Where she featured on a number of magazines. And did a number of shoots for different well-known designers. The designers with whom she worked incorporate Deepak Parwani, Nomi Ansari, Khadi, Fahad Hussain and many more. Therefore she has also done a photo shoot with internationally acclaimed singer Atif Aslam in the past.

Amina is the only person from the family who makes it to the entertainment industry with her efforts. She began her career a long way back. And since then has climbed the ladder of success one after another with her remarkable performances in various serials and with a number of actors. The serial that gave her recognition is ‘Daam’ that on aired in 2010 on ARY. After then she was seen showing her skills in many super hit dramas including ‘Maat’,’Mora Piya’, ‘Umm e Kulsoom’, ‘Mein Abdul Qadir Hoon’and many more.

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