Reema Khan

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Reema Khan
Native nameریما خان
BornReema Khan
Lahore, Pakistan
OccupationActress, producer, director
ReligionMuslim
Spouse(s)S. Tariq Shahab
Website
www.reemakhan.info
 
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Reema Khan
Native nameریما خان
BornReema Khan
Lahore, Pakistan
OccupationActress, producer, director
ReligionMuslim
Spouse(s)S. Tariq Shahab
Website
www.reemakhan.info

Reema Khan (Urdu: ریما خان), known by her screen name Reema, is a Pakistani Lollywood film actress, director and producer. She has appeared in more than 200 films since making her debut in 1990.[1]

Early life[edit]

Reema Khan was born in Lahore, Pakistan.[2] She was first spotted in 1990 by the Pakistani film director Javed Fazil and was offered the leading role in his film Bulandi'

Career[edit]

Khan started her film career starring in Javed Fazil’s Bulandi in 1990.

Khan's early films included Zherilay, Ishq, Naag Devta, Pyar hi pyar, Sailab, Dil, Aag, Shama and Sahiba.

These were followed by films such as Hina, Anjuman, Chakuri, Chandni, Neelam and Insaniat. Later she appeared in Hathi Meray Sathi directed by Shameem Ara and in Rani Beti Raj Karegi directed by Altaf Hussain.

In 2002, Asif Ali Pota’s Fire and Samina Peerzada’s Shararat were released.

Most recently Reema Khan appeared alongsideMoammar Rana in the movie Love Mein Ghum which released on August 31, 2011 in Pakistan. The film reportedly was budgeted at 10.2 crores and grossed 32 crores. It also starred new actors Nabil Khan and Araida in leading roles.

She was the first Pakistani actress to be signed by Pepsi Co., Pakistan for their series of advertisements. She has now become an official partner of the Lahore zoo.

Personal life[edit]

Reema Khan married American cardiologist surgeon S. Tariq Shahab on November 16, 2011 in Virginia. The nikkah took place at a local court in Virginia according to American law while Rukhsati took place on November 20, 2011. Her Walima was held in Pearl Continental Hotel Lahore on 27th May , 2012.

Director and producer[edit]

Her debut film as a director and producer, Koi Tujh Sa Kahan, was released in Pakistan and overseas. It went on to win the Best Film award at the Lux Style Awards in 2006. Khan won the award for the Best Actress and Best Director for the same film while Moammar Rana won the Best Actor Award.

Reema Khan also directed and produced Love Mein Ghum which released on 31 August 2011. The film was a huge critical and commercial success. It grossed over Rs. 32 crores with a budget of Rs. 10 crores. the film was declared super-hit.[3]

Filmography[edit]

As an actress[edit]

YearProductionRoleNotes
1990Bulandi
Zehrelay
1991Afzal Khan
Ishq
Nag Devta
Kharon Ke Khiladi
Pyar Hi Pyar
Darandgi
Selaab
Maedan-e-Jang
Dil
1992Shezada
Aag
Muhammad Khan
Shaman
Sahiba
Godfather
Ishq Zindabad
Akhara
Majhoo
Mehboba
Chahat
1993Hinna
Anjuman
Ruqa
Mulakhro
Paida Geer
Chakori
Sheeda Talli
Chandi
Neelam
Aroosa
Jhoota Raes
Betaj Badshah
Daku Chor Sepahi
Teesri Dunia
Doori
Putar Munawar Zareef Da
Ghunda
Aan Milo Sajna
Hathi mere Sathi
Dunya Meri Jaib Mein
1994Khandan
Gujjar Badshah
Miss Fitna
Muhalay Dar
Jann[disambiguation needed]
Jaan
Laat Saab
Naseeb[disambiguation needed]
Beta
Bala Peeray Da
Munda Kashmiri
But Shikan
1995Muda Bigra Jaye
Muskrahat
Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya
Chaudhry Badshah
Sarak
Akhri Mujra
Madame Rani
1996Love 95
Talismi Jazeerah
Chor Machae Shoor
Mamla Garbar Hai
Hum to Chale Susral
Hawaien
Lakht-e-Jigar
Sab Se Bara Rupiah
Miss Istanbul
Mummy
Aalmi Ghunday
Be Qabu
Hum Hain Aap Ke Ghulam
1997Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin
Uqabon Ka Nasheman
Mafia
Najaiz
Aulad Ki Qasam
Dunia Hai Dilwalon Ki
Main Khiladi Tu Anadi
Khuda Jane
Hum Tumhare Hain
Krishma
Raja Pakistani
Devar Dewane
1998Insaaf Ho tau Aisa
Tu meri Mein Tera
Zor
Nakhra Gori Da
Jise De Maula
Dil Sambhala Na jaye
Zidi
King Maker
Dulha Le Ker Jaongi
Doli Saja Kar Rakhna
Wedding

Nikah

1999Waris
Dushman Zinda Rahe
Nikki Jai Haan
Kursi Aur Qanoon
Ik Paghal Si Ladki
Naukar[disambiguation needed]
Dil Tau Pagal Hai
2000Long Da Lishkara
Yar Chan Wargah
Mujhe Chand Chahiye
Pehchan
Pasand
Sangdil
Khuda Ke Choor
Banarsi Choor
Billo 420
Barood
2002Khuda Qasam
Sholay
Majhoo Da Wair
Sheer-e-Pakistan
Kaun Bane Ga Karorpati
Fire
2003Shararat
2005Koi Tujh Sa Kahan
2006Muhabbatein
One Two Ka One
2011Love Mein Ghum

As director and producer[edit]

YearFilmLanguageCast
2005Koi Tujh Sa KahanUrduMoammar Rana, Reema Khan, Nadeem Baig, Veena Malik and Babrak Shah
2011Love Mein GhumUrduReema Khan, Jia Ali, Ali Saleem, Javed Sheikh, Afzal Khan, Nabeel Khan, Araida and Johnny Lever

Television[edit]

YearProductionRoleNotes
Ye Ghar Aap Ka HuaGeo TV Production
Yaad To AyengeyGeo TV Production
TARANG (“Hero Bannay Ki Tarang Sahi Jodi ki Talaash”)
Reema ka Amreeca

References[edit]

  1. ^ ANI (8 June 2009). "Reema Khan is Pakistan’s Aishwarya Rai". Hindustan Times. Retrieved 2011-03-25. 
  2. ^ ReemaKhan – Biography. Reemakhan.info. Retrieved on 2011-10-08.
  3. ^ Love Mein Ghum

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