Ayesha Mohan is a young talented actress who has predominantly worked in the Indian Film Industry. She was born in Delhi, and grew up with her parents and younger brother. She completed her schooling at Delhi Public School,
New Delhi. While she was in her school, she used to be the part of school’s drama club. She has keen interest in participating in plays and skits held at her school during Inter House Competitions. Apart from that, she also used to participate in debate and declamation competitions. She was very intelligent kid since her childhood. Ayesha Mohan is also a good singer. She used to learn music from her mother, as her mother herself was a professional singer. She has also taken part in many singing contests and won a lot of prizes too. She also used to sing during school’s Annual functions. She is also Tennis player.
Ayesha Mohan has won state level title while she was in her school. After completing her school, she decided to complete her college education at the Delhi University. She completed her graduation in Literature. While she was in her college, she used to do various modeling assignments for local magazines. She also used to take part in modeling contests held at her college. She has also played various roles in the short films directed by her friends at college. She got a lot of exposure through her modeling assignments and was offered roles in various feature films as well. When she completed her college, she decided to start her career in Indian Film Industry. In 2006, she was offered a role in a short film named “A Visit to the Market,” directed by Abhijeet Gogne, starring Ayesha Mohan. She also played a role in the drama film, “The Pool,” directed by Chris Smith, starring
Nana Patekar, Venkatesh Chawan, Jhangir Badshah.
This movie won two awards for Best Direction. She got a lot of exposure after playing a role of supporting artist in “The Pool.” In 2009, she was offered a role of a supporting artist in the movie Gulaal, directed by
Anurag Kashyap, starring
Kay Kay Menon,
Raj Singh Chaudhary,
Jesse Randhawa, and Ayesha Mohan. The movie was on the story of the law student, who witnessed deception, homicide, and crime after being elected as General Secretary of his college. The film went fairly well in the theatres. In 2012, she worked as the script supervisor in the movie Kismet Coin, directed by Rajesh Bajaj, starring Melaine Kastner, and Joseph R. Poter. Later in 2009, she worked in Modus Operandi, directed by Frankie Latina, starring Randy Russell,
Danny Trejo, and Mark Borchardt. She also worked in Hamlet A.D.D. in 2014, directed by Bobby Ciraldo and Andrew Swant, starring Bobby Ciraldo, Robert Richard Jorge, and Andrew Swant.