Ayesha played the role of a physically disabled, psychologically disordered, traumatized and maladjusted childhood version of Rani Mukherjee. Ayesha Kapoor's child act dwarfs every juvenile performance seen in Hindi cinema. She knows horse riding and love horses. She has also learnt 'sign' language for this film. It was a tough role to play and she did it successfully. She loves writing on wildlife and wants to become an actress or a writer. She got film fare award for best supporting actress for 'Black' in 2005.
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