Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya Biography
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya is Nigerian Kannywood actress. She was born in Nasarawa Local Government of Kano in the year 1992. She came to the limelight through movies such as Ranar Baiko, Hanyar Kano, Dakin Amarya.
She went to Giginyu Primary and Secondary School and currently, she is enrolled at North-West University, a Kano state-owned university.
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya begun her acting carreer due to her interest in films to convey to her society, messages on social change.
She came to the limelight through movies such as Ranar Baiko, Hanyar Kano, Dakin Amarya among others. The actress attributes her success to focus and determination.
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya Wedding – Aisha Tsamiya Wedding
Aisha & Aliyu married in a beautiful Islamic wedding. The couple had an amazing wedding reception, that was evidently nothing short of high class.
Aisha Tsamiya Speaking to PREMIUM TIMES
Speaking to PREMIUM TIMES, Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya had this to say, “When I finally made up my mind to start acting, I never thought I could be this famous in a short time. After my role in Dakin Amarya, I became more prominent to producers and fans of Kannywood. I can no longer walk freely in my area and even markets in major cities in the North; people gather to chant my names.”
She said on the sets of SO and Dakin Amarya, the two movies that made her famous, her strategy was just to follow the directives given. “I was like let me just follow my director’s instruction and do my best and my best turned out to be the very best,” she said. “When I watched the film after it was released, I was like am I the one who was displaying like that. It was indeed a marvelous outing for me in Dakin Amarya, and also acting beside Ali Nuhu and Halima Ateteh who are big stars in the industry.
“SO was one of favourite movies (to act in). Starring alongside one of Kannywood’s best, Adam Zango, it was indeed a classic. I was so consumed by the real nature of the script and at a point I thought everything was real.”
The actress said her desire to excel at acting is inspired by her desire to help the less-privileged. “I will not stop from giving whatever I have to those that are in need,” she said. “I come from a society where things can be difficult for many people and I feel I am obligated to give out whatever I have or I can afford to those who are below me.
“I gave out some food stuffs, clothing and money to less privileged people in my area in Kano and also took some to internally displaced people living around my home in Kano. I did that so they can have something to eat during the month of Ramadan.”
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While she is on break from acting because of the Ramadan fast, Aisha said she would take advantage of that period to continue to visit the less privileged and make her contributions no matter how small.
“Although I am not a wealthy actress, I believe in giving, so whatever I get, my mind tilts to finding someone I can render help to,” she said.
Ms. Tsamiya said in spite of her success as an actress, her ambition is to become a director, like Muhibbat Abdussalam. She said her ambition is also to further her education.
Aisha Tsamiya Awards
- City People Entertainment Award for Best Actress of the Year (Kannywood)
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya Movies
- Da Kishiyar Gida
- Dakin Amarya
- Mai Dalilin Aure (Match Maker)
- Makahon Gida
- Nisan Kiwo
- Rayuwa Bayan Mutuwa
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya News
I gate-crashed into acting and I’m not regretting – Aisha Tsamiya
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya is one of many Kannywood actresses that got their nicknames from a movie they feature prominently. Surprisingly, she got her nick from her first movie, ‘Tsamiya’ which was produced by Habibu Yaro in 2011. Actually, her elder sister was the one penciled down to feature in the film that made her popular. In this interview with ALIYU ASKIRA in Kano, the 25-year-old actress says even though she gate-crashed into acting profession, she never regrets doing so.
Tell us a bit about your background and how you found your way into Kannywood.
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya: My name is Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya and I was born in Kano in 1992. I attended both my primary and secondary schools, including a diploma in Computer, in Kano.
How I joined Kannywood, I remember it is through AGM Bashir who was a friend to my elder sister then. The story surrounding it actually was when they were shooting a film at Daula Hotel and the name of the film was ‘Tsamiya’, then my elder sister, who was billed to feature in the film, did not make it. So the producer, Habibu Yaro asked me to step in for my sister and play the lead role. To cut the long story short, that was how I started acting and the name of the film, ‘Tsamiya’ has ever since become part of my name.
Tell us a bit about pictures of male twins you posted on your Instagram. Though you used to complain that people often hack your instagram and facebook accounts, this one is your authentic accounts. People would want to know if these kids were yours.
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya: Well, that is why some of us always shun press interviews. Somebody even accused me that in 2015, I insulted former president Goodluck Jonathan on my instagram. Now I have changed it to ‘Real Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya’ whatever you see on the new facebook or instagram is from me. So I will not talk about twins or not twins.
Tell us about your most popular films?
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya: ‘Tsamiya’, from where I got my Nickname. ‘Gudan Jini’, ‘Zarge’. ‘So’, ‘Haihuwa’, and several others, but I like ‘Dankin Amarya’ and ‘Haihuwa’ the most because, the 2 films made me popular though I suffered on them, I even sustained injuries and had to be hospitalized. But all in all, I was extremely happy to feature alongside accepted and popular actors and actresses like Ali Nuhu, Halima Atete, Tanimu Akawo, Al-ameen Buhari and the rest. Let me tell you, since then I see myself transformed into the class of A-grade actors and actresses.
Is it true that you are getting married very soon?
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya: Well, I don’t know but my prayer is to settle down very soon. I am into a serious relationship but no date has been fixed yet.
What do you hate in life?
Aisha Aliyu Tsamiya: Gossip, and people who make other people’s business to be their own, that is another word for Gossip. My saddest moment was when my grandmother died, while my mother is what I like most in my life. I also like eating rice and beans and pepper. While about weather, I like cold weather, about car, I like Vibe Matrix and that is all about me.