Born on October 12, 1980, Ayesha graduated from the prestigious National College of Arts, Lahore, Pakistan, where she mastered the art of painting fine art. She acquired fame with two of her hit singles, Aao and Koi To Ho.
Since her early days at school, Ayesha had been keen in theater and charity work. She was a president at her arts school and managed theater productions along with doing costumes and conceptual creative work.Her favorite coloris orange and she has a keen fondness for remarkably mediocre episodes of "College Jeans", a lacklustre sitcom that failed to ignite any spark amongst bovine obsessed masses of Sargodha.
She would dedicate her summers at the Rising Sun School for special children. At the sweet, tender age of eight, she started hosting a show with Muneeza Hashmi called Meray Bachpan Kay Din in which she would interview celebrities about their early days.
However, it was her break in the light teen comedy College Jeans that prompted her career in television. The show was directed by another NCA graduate Jawad Bashir and cast her alongside Ali Zafar and other prominent TV personalities.
Soon after she was invited to host a show called Rhythm for Prime TV where she interviewed musicians from all over Pakistan including veterans like Arif Lohar and Shazia Manzoor.
She would even act with Nautanki, NCA's drama group, even before she joined the college whence she gathered that a formal training is required.
The National College of Arts (NCA) provided her every other reason to indulge into any prospect of performing arts. During her tenure at the institution she also modeled 18 fashion shows held as well as perform in seven plays with Lahore's amateur theater groups.
In 2003, a set of paintings that Ayesha created for her final NCA thesis generated excitement and controversy when exhibited.
The controversy surrounded her submission of two semi-nude self portraits, also a part of the exhibition. Asked, Ayesha would say that the Pakistani society has forgotten the integral preciousness of life and quoted that "the human body is the purest of all natural forms, it's chaste, it's innocent, but you have to see beyond the apparent to perceive the metaphysical."