Zoya Nasir is a Pakistani actress, beautician and entrepreneur who came into the limelight with her television debut Hania (2019) in which she played the role of Hania. She also owns salons in Miami, New York, and Lahore.
Zoya Nasir was born on Monday, 15 October 1990 (age 30 years; as of 2020), and she hails from Lahore, Pakistan. She did her schooling from Resource Academia, and Garrison Academy for Girls in Lahore. Thereafter, she pursued her graduation from Lahore College of Arts And Science (LACAS), Pakistan. Later, she pursued a course in Cosmetology. The News
The Express TribuneHeight: 5′ 7″
Hair Colour: Dark Brown
Eye Colour: Black
Family & Caste/Ethnicity
She belongs to a Jatt family in Pakistan. Instagram
Parents & Siblings
Zoya Nasir’s father, Nasir Adeeb, is a Pakistani scriptwriter who has chiefly worked in the Punjabi language films of Lollywood. Her mother, Amna Ulfat, is the owner of a Sasha’s Salon chain and a politician in Lahore, Pakistan.
She has four siblings; a sister, and three brothers. Her sister’s name is Sasha Nasir, and her brother’s name is Jani Nasir. Her other brother, Kamran Nasir, is the CEO at JS Global Capital Ltd.
Relationships, Wife & Children
Zoya got married at a very early age and moved to England to live with her husband. At the age of 21, she got divorced and moved back to Pakistan. The News Her boyfriend, Christian Betzmann, is a German travel vlogger. INCPAK
As a Beautician
Before pursuing a career in acting, Zoya worked as a creative head at Sabs Saloon in Lahore, Pakistan. Later, post her divorce, she moved back to England where she held the position of a product developer for a makeup company. Thereafter, she established salons in Miami, Boston, and New York. After acquiring a degree in cosmetology in America, she shifted back to Pakistan.
As an Actress
In 2019, Zoya Nasir made her television debut with a Pakistani soap opera Hania, in which she played the role of Hania, a compromising wife in a toxic relationship who suffered at the hands of her abusive husband.
Thereafter, she appeared in the Pakistani romantic drama television series ‘Deewangi’ in which she played the role of Narmeen Durrani. In 2020, she played the role of Natasha in the Pakistani television series ‘Zebaish.’
In November 2020, Zoya Nasir was criticized by her fans and followers for wearing a figure-hugging Halloween costume which offended some religious fanatics in Pakistan.
Apparently, on 1 November 2020, Zoya’s boyfriend, Christian Betzmann, uploaded a picture on his Instagram account with Zoya Nasir who was wearing a figure-hugging Halloween costume. Thereafter, the Pakistani actress became a target of hate speech in the comment section of the Instagram post for wearing an indecent outfit and embracing western cultural norms.
As the comments began to accumulate, Christian put an end to the audience brutality by posting a comment that read “For all religious opinions make sure to mention your concerns in your next prayers – HATE COMMENTS WILL BE BLOCKED!.”
- Food: Eggs
- Actress: Marilyn Monroe
- Bollywood Movie: Andaaz Apna Apna (1994)
- Hollywood Movie: Finding Nemo (2003)
- Singers: Farhaan Saeed, Fawad Khan
- Restaurant: Gai’a, Lahore, Pakistan
- Although, Zoya began her career as a beautician, she always wanted to become an actress. In an interview, she said,
Around the ‘90s, acting was never even an option to be considered as it was frowned upon back in the days. So, I leaned on to the beautician part and channelled my love for acting, poetry and music into painting canvases. That was suppressed but I always knew I wanted to be an artist.”
- Zoya Nasir was introduced to the entertainment industry at a very early age. In an interview, she said,
My father, Nasir Adeeb, makes movies so I basically grew up on sets.”
- In an interview, Zoya was asked “Do you have a hidden talent?” to which she replied,
I can make bird sounds.”
- On 24 March 2020, Zoya Nasir started her own YouTube channel on which she shares her craft with the audiences. On March 31 2020, the actress made her YouTube debut with the video titled ‘MY GO TO MAKEUP LOOK.’
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