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News — 28 March 2013
Nadia Buari’s sister Aysha Buari spots not a tad close resemblance (PHOTOS)

When she showed up for a recent interview, her appearance gave her away as a wild, crazy and daring lady with a big black tattoo on her right arm, pierced her lower lip and tongue.

She introduced herself as Aysha Buari, the step sister of celebrated actress Nadia Buari. Aysha has lived in Minneapolis for the most part of her life but wants to quit her job as a pharmacy technician and travel to Ghana to join her sister in the Movie industry.

“I used to watch my dad’s movies over and over and over again in the past. I will say I get my inspiration from my dad. I remember when I was about five years old, my dad asked me what I wanted to be in future and was like, ‘Dad I want to be like you’.

Dad was like ‘why don’t you want to be a doctor or a nurse like some of your sisters’ and I was like ‘why do I want to be?

I want to be just like you?’ It is not about the money but the passion I have for it. I don’t care if I’m not paid pretty much. I want to act in Africa. I act from anywhere…

“I want to act. I think acting is my world, I don’t see myself doing anything else apart from acting. I have tried other stuffs like pharmacy tech, I got a license for it but I didn’t like it and quitted my job. I worked as a bartender, I didn’t like it and quitted. I always quit my job. But acting is what I always want to do,” she stated.

“I can make people laugh and sometimes get into character and do some crazy stuff and keep a straight face and my mother will freak out and think it is true. But it is like April fool’s day.”

Aysha and Nadia

“I love my sister. She is my sister and I love her. We had our ups and downs because we went to the same school and that brought up a lot of crazy stuff between us. And people used us against each other and I didn’t like it. But I love all my sisters and my step mothers,” she said when she was asked about her relationship with her sister, Nadia.

Aysha attended Deks Preparatory School and Mfantsiman Girls Senior High School with Nadia Buari in Ghana before relocating to Minneapolis where she did a VIP course at the Walden Entertainment and later studied for Pharmacy Technician and Management.

She had the opportunity to feature as an ‘extra’ in videos and also featured in some commercials and did her own show called ‘Social Gay’ and featured on musician POS’s music video. She did other projects including pageants.

She is currently in Ghana and disclosed interest in launching her African clothing line called “Queen Eye Clothes Line” and come up with some really great designs for youth.

Nadia-Buari

Aysha Buari

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