Mehak Aslam is a young, beautiful and charming female news anchor and broadcast journalist. She is among one of the most beautiful and stylish female news anchors in Pakistan. Mehak started her journalism career from City42 News Channel and now she is one of the known female anchors of Pakistan and currently working with Samaa Tv as a prime time anchor.
1. Did you always know you’d become a journalist or were you attracted towards it?
I never thought that I’ll become a journalist someday. I was more focused towards Fine Arts rather than Journalism, i did an internship in the Year 2015 in City42 and that was the time when i realised journalism can be my career.
2. Did you face any difficulties r in your career of being a news anchor?
Well difficulties are part of every job, no matter whatever field we choose, struggle is a must but if I talk specifically about my career Alhumdulilah I didn’t face such difficulties to be remembered.
3. Did all the news you always read made any negative impact on your mental state?
Yes, in the beginning these negative news used to affect me alot but sooner and later I was used to them.
4. Any funny incident while reading a news that still makes you laugh?
Yes, there are so many things happening while we are doing our bulletins especially when our politicians give some funny statements On Air but one incident I still remember is that I had to read that Sheikh Rasheed was riding a motorbike and running on the streets of Rawalpindi.
5. Where do you see yourself in the next 10 years?
Well 10 Years is a long period, I’ll be hosting some morning show or something like an Infotainment type show.
6. What do you enjoy the most about being an anchor?
As an anchor the thing I loved the most is that I’m always updating people with the current news and affairs and people regarding news & current affairs.
7. What is your advice to people who want to step in this field?
There is no shortcut in this field above all shortcuts are temporary and struggle is something that will make you succeed so keep trying until you stand there where you always wanted.