Ayesha Takia returns to social media after 2.5 years check out her posts


Once a familiar face on the Indian silver screen, Ayesha Takia made headlines recently as she emerged back into the public eye after a prolonged absence. The former Bollywood actress was seen at Mumbai airport, a notable sighting given her absence from the spotlight, as the actress has been away from both the film industry and social media for an extended period.

Accompanying her in the appearance was her son, solidifying the moment as a rare glimpse into the personal life of the ‘Wanted’ star. This sighting coincides with her resurfacing on social media platforms, specifically Instagram, after a hiatus of 2.5 years. Interestingly, despite her time away from the virtual world, the actress has maintained a strong following, boasting over one million followers to date.

Ayesha’s return to Instagram was marked with heartwarming content featuring her family. On February 3, she shared a tender photograph with her son, which she captioned with endearing words reflecting her deep affection. The post was warmly received by her fan base, who had eagerly awaited her return to the platform.

Subsequent to the family picture, Ayesha posted a selfie with the simple yet positive message, “Love and peace.” However, this post elicited a different reaction from the online community. Criticisms over her appearance, suggesting she had undergone plastic surgery, filled the comments section. Responding to the critiques without directing confrontation, Ayesha shared a cryptic note on her Instagram stories implying resilience against others’ perceptions and the subjective nature of personal interpretation.

This recent series of events has brought Ayesha Takia back into the public consciousness, prompting a reflection on her cinematic journey. It began in 2004 with ‘Taarzan: The Wonder Car,’ a debut that earned her a Best Debut Award and set her career in motion. Co-starring with Vatsal Sheth in this fantasy-thriller brought her into the limelight, an effect amplified by her prior engagement in the music video ‘Meri Chunar Udd Udd Jaye’ by Falguni Pathak.

Despite her rise, not all of Ayesha’s cinematic ventures resulted in box office success. Throughout her career, she appeared in several films that failed to make a mark commercially. Nevertheless, Takia’s portrayal of a widowed Rajasthani woman in 2006’s ‘Dor’ received widespread critical acclaim, a performance that earned her several prestigious awards.

Her talents were not only confined to Bollywood; the actress also ventured into regional cinema with the 2005 Telugu film ‘Super,’ where she starred opposite Tollywood’s Akkineni Nagarjuna. Her engagement with the film industry culminated in the 2011 movie ‘Mod,’ which garnered a warm reception. It would later be known as one of her final roles before stepping away from the acting world.

The spotlight turned once more towards Ayesha Takia is not solely based on nostalgia for her on-screen performances. It’s also a reflection of the perennial curiosity about celebrities’ lives beyond their professional pursuits. The intrigue surrounding her hiatus, punctuated by her re-emergence both in public and online, speaks to the persistent interest and affection held by her fan community. As her online presence is rekindled and her absence from the limelight is broken, admirers of the actress are undoubtedly watching with keen interest to see what this new chapter holds for Ayesha Takia.

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