Biography of Reema Khan:
Reema (born October 27, 1971), is a Pakistani film actress and has worked in more than 200 films. She is sometimes called and given the title Aishwarya Rai of Pakistan.
During the start of her career, she was known as Reema, but later on she was known also as Reema Khan. In 2005, she introduced herself as a producer and director with the film Koi Tujh Sa Kahan.
She debuted as an actress in the film Bulandi, directed by Mohammad Javed Fazil in 1990, opposite Shaan. At the time of her debut in Bulandi, it was the reign of Anjuman, Neeli, Nadra and Shahida Minni. The great success of Javed Fazalâ€™s Bulandi not only helped Reema to stick in Lollywood but also gave a durable pair of Reema and Shaan to Lollywood.
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.
When she appeared with Mohsin Khan in director Shameem Araa's film Hathi Meray Sathi, it was a huge success. However, Reema's acting talent prominently appeared in the film of director Altaf Hussain's Rani Beti Raj Karegi. Where Reema proved herself a good actress in Hathi Meray Sathi, there she proved herself a good dancer in Rani Beti Raj Karegi as well.
In 1994, Shameem Ara produced another hit film Beta with the team of Hathi Meray Sathi (Reema, Mohsin Khan, Rambo and Sahiba). And after the success of Beta, Reema achieved the status of one of the top actresses of Lollywood.
In the very next year, Reema appeared in the film Munda Bigra Jaye with a new actor Baber Ali. The pair of Reema and Baber Ali won the hearts of Pakistani film viewers and together they 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.Reema appeared in later films with Saud, Ajab Gul, Izhar Qazi and Muamar Rana as well.