Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Pakistani Film Actress "Reema Khan" Wedding With Dr Tariq Shahab, A Pakistani Born American Citizen

Reema Khan
Reema Khan (born October 27, 1971), best known by her screen name Reema, is a Pakistani Lollywood film actress, director and producer, who has more than 200 films and multiple awards to her credit.

Contents
1 Reema Khan Early life
2 Reema Khan Career
2.1 1990s
2.2 2000s
2.3 Reema Khan As Director and Producer
3 Reema Khan Filmography
3.1 Reema Khan Films
3.2 Reema Khan Television
4 Reema Khan External links
Reema Khan Early life
Reema was born in Multan, Pakistan. She was first spotted in 1990 by the Pakistani film director, Javed Fazil, and was offered the leading role in his film, Bulandi, starring opposite Shaan. She has recently performed Hajj and is now more into Islamic literature and poetry.
Career
1990s
In 1990, when Reema started her film career through Javed Fazil’s Bulandi, it was the reign of veteran actresses like Anjuman, Neeli, Nadra and Shahida Mini. The great success of Javed Fazil’s Bulandi not only helped Reema to stick in Pakistani film industry, but also gave a lovely pair of Reema and Shaan. The paired dazzled the audience with their performance and later became the icons of Pakistan film industry.
Reema’s early films with Shaan, such as, Zherilay, Ishq, Naag Devta, Pyar Hi Pyar, Sailab, Dil, Aag, Shama and Sahiba inspired Pakistani film viewers due to her acting. However, the real period of her success started from 1993, when she got hit films with Shaan, such as, Hina, Anjuman, Chakuri, Chandni, Neelam and Insaniat. She appeared with Mohsin Khan in director Shameem Ara’s film, Hathi Meray Sathi, which went on to become a big success. Reema’s acting talent prominently appeared in director Altaf Hussain’s film Rani Beti Raj Karegi. While Reema proved herself a good actress in Hathi Meray Sathi, she also accomplished herself as a good dancer in Rani Beti Raj Karegi.
In 1994, Shameem Ara produced another hit film Beta with the team of Hathi Meray Sathi (Reema, Mohsin Khan, Rambo and Sahiba). After the success of Beta, Reema achieved the status of top most actress of Lollywood. In the very next year, Reema appeared in the comedy film, Munda Bigra Jaye with a new hero Baber Ali, who was given a new soul to Pakistan film industry in the same year with Syed Noor’s film Jeeva. The pair of Reema and Babar Ali won the hearts of Pakistani film viewers and gave many hit films to their fans, such as Jo Darr Gaya Woh Mar Gaya, Sarak, Love 95, Chor Machaey Shoor, Mamila Garbar Hai, Hum Tu Chaley Susral and Laghat-e-Jigar.
During the late 90s, Reema appeared in more films with Saud, Ajab Gul, Izhar Qazi and Moammar Rana, but the graph of her successful films started to fell down and financiers turned their face towards Saima.
2000s
In 2002 Reema’s two films were released, Asif Ali Pota’s Fire and Samina Peerzada’s Shararat. Both films went flop and made it more difficult for Reema to maintain her top position. Within that period, Reema announced her plans to direct a film, critics said that her acting career has been finished.
Her first debut film as a director, Koi Tujh Sa Kahan, in which she starred opposite Moammar Rana, was released in 2005, and was declared the most successful Pakistani film of that year.
She was the first Pakistani actress to be signed by Pepsi Co., Pakistan for their series of advertisements. She is also a renowned face in international brands advertisements, like Lux, Colgate, Warid etc.
[edit] As Director and Producer
Her debut film as a director and producer, Koi Tujh Sa Kahan was released in Pakistan and overseas and was declared the most successful Pakistani film of 2005. This film went on to win the Best Film award at the Lux Style Awards in 2006. Reema won the award for the Best Actress and Best Director for the same film while Moammar Rana won the Best Actor award.
As of 2010, Reema is directing her second film, Kitni Haseen Hai Zaindagi, which is being shot in Malaysia. She will also appear in the film alongside Moammar Rana, Maryam (new comer) and others. The film is stated to release in 2010.
Filmography
Films
1990 (Bulandi, Zeherelay)
1991 (Afzal Khan, Ishq, Naag Devta, Khatroon Ke Khiladi, Pyar Hi Pyar, Darandgi, Saelaab, Maedan-e-Jang, Dil)
1992 (Shezada, Aag, Muhammad Khan, Shaman, Sahiba, God Father, Ishq Zindabad, Akhara, Majhoo, Mehbooba, Chahat )
1993 (Hinna, Anjuman, Ruqa, Mulakhro, Paida Geer, Chakori, Sheeda Tali, Chandi, Neelam, Aroosa, Jhootay Raess, Betaj Badshah, Daku Choor Sapahi, Teesri Dunia, Doori, Putar Munawar Zareef Da, Ghunda, Aan Milo Sajna, Hathi Mere Sathi, Dunia Meri Jaib Mein)
1994 (Khandan, GujarBadshah, Miss Fitna, Muhalay Dar, Jaan, Laat Saab, Naseeb, Beta, Bala Peeray Da, Munda Kashmiri, But Shikan)
1995 (Munda Bigra Jaye, Muskrahat, Jo Dar Gaya Woh Mar Gaya, Chaudhry Badshah, Sarak, Akhri Mujra, Madame Rani)
1996 (Love 95, Talismi Jazeerah, Choor Machae Shoor, Mamla Garbar Hai, Hum Tu Chale Susral, Huwaien, Lakht-e-Jigar, Sab Se Bara Rupiah, Miss Istanbul, Mummy, Aalmi Ghunday, Be Qabu, Hum Hain Aap Ke Ghulam)
1997 (Hum Kisi Se Kam Nahin, Uqaboon Ka Nasheman, Mafia, Najaiz, Aulad Ki Qasam, Dunia Hai Dil Walon Ki, Mein Khialdai Tu Anadi, Khuda Jane, Hum Tumhare Hain, Krishma, Raja Pakistani, Devar Dewane)
1998 (Insaaf Ho Tu Aisa, Zevar, Tu Meri Mein Tera, Zor, Nakhra Gori Da, Jise De Mula, Dil Sambhala Na Jaye, Nikkah, Zidi, King Maker, Dulha Le Ker Jaon Gi, Doli Saja Ker Rakhna,
1999 (Waris, Dushman Zinda Rahe, Nikki Jai Haan, Kursi Aur Qanoon, Ik Pagal Si Ladki, Naukar, Dil Tu Pagal Hai)
2000 (Long Da Lishkara, Yaar Chan Wargah, Mujhay Chand Chaheay, Pehchan, Pasand, Sangdil, Khuda Ke Choor, Banarsi Choor, Bilo 420, Barood)
2002 (Khuda Kasam, Shoolay, Majhoo Da Wair, Sheer-e-Pakistan, Kon Bane Ga Karoorpati, Fire)
2003 (Shararat)
2005 (Koi Tujh Sa Kahan)
2006 Shubhamangal Savadhan, Muhabbtetien, One Two Ka One
2009 Modh
2010 Kitni Haseen Hai Zaindagi (Self Directed and produced)
[edit] Television
Ye Ghar Aap Ka Hua (Geo TV)

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