Amber Zaidi is an Indian entrepreneur, director, film producer, social activist, and a philanthropist. She is the founder of “Yamuna Shuddhi Abhiyaan” and the co-founder of “Hope Humanity” organisation.
Amber Zaidi was born on Tuesday, 15 January 1991 (28 years; as in 2019) in New Delhi. Her zodiac sign is Capricorn. She did her schooling from a high school in Delhi and went to Jamia Millia Islamia University to pursue a Master’s degree in Mass Communication.
Height (approx.): 5′ 6″
Hair Colour: Black
Eye Colour: Dark Brown
Family, Caste & Boyfriend
Amber Zaidi belongs to a Muslim Family. Not much is known about her parents. She has a sister, Iram Zaidi, and two brothers, Hadi Zaidi and Abid Zaidi.
Marital Status: Unmarried
As a social activist, Amber has strongly advocated for the rights and empowerment of Muslim women. She has actively raised her voice on social issues like Triple Talaq. She is often seen debating over many social issues on the news channels like Zee News.
Zaidi is the founder of the “Yamuna Shuddhi Abhiyaan” that aimed at cleaning the river, Yamuna. She has co-founded the “Hope Humanity” organisation, whose objectives are to create sustainable solutions to improve the living standards of the poor.
Amber has also been a part of social seminars like “State, Democracy and Civil Society: Subjugation of Secular Values in Bengal,” “Social Media Confluence 3.0 Jaipur,” “Social Media Conclave 2018,” and “Hindustan Vimarsh.”
She is one of the editors of the book “Triple Denial of Justice, Dignity and Equality.”
On 17 July 2018, Amber went into a war of words with Maulana Ejaz Arshad Qasami during a debate on the Nida Khan Fatwa case on Zee Hindustan. The fight turned when Qasami used abusive words for Amber and the Supreme Court advocate, Farah Faiz. Later, he even went on to slap Farah on the national television.
- Song: “Nit Khair Manga” by Rahat Fateh Ali Khan
- Travel Destination: Kashmir
- Her hobbies include reading, writing, and travelling.
- She follows a non-vegetarian diet.
- Amber was honoured with the Asian Arab Award by the Asian Arab Chamber of Commerce (AACC) for her contribution towards the empowerment of Muslim women.
- In July 2018, she received many threats of rape, assault, and life on her social media accounts for opposing the ‘Triple Talaq’ and ‘Nikah Halala.’
- In December 2018, the union law minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad, mentioned about her book “Triple Denial of Justice, Dignity and Equality” while debating on the triple talaq bill in the parliament.