27 October 1971
|Years active||1985 - present|
S. Tariq Shahab
|Awards||Pride of Performance (2019)|
Reema Khan (Urdu: ریما خان), known mononymously as Reema, is a Pakistani television host and former stage dancer, Lollywood film actress, director and producer. Khan was one of the leading film actresses in Pakistan during 1990s. She has appeared in more than 200 films since making her debut in 1990 and has been recognised by Pakistan and Indian film critics for her acting. She received the Pride of Performance Award on 23 March 2019 for her contributions to Pakistani Cinema.
Early life and career
Born as Sameena Khan in Lahore on 27 October 1971. In 1985 she appeared as a child actress in film Qismat and she was first spotted in 1990 by the Pakistani film director Javed Fazil and was offered the leading role in his film Bulandi.
As an actress
- Bulandi (1990)
- Zameen Aasman (1994)
- Jo Darr Gya Woh Marr Gya (1995)
- Munda Bigra Jae (1995)
- Love 95 (1995)
- Umar Mukhtar (1997)
- Nikah (1998)
- Mujhe Chand Chahiye (2000)
- Pehchaan (2000)
- Fire (2002)
- Shararat (2003)
- Koi Tujh Sa Kahaan (2005)
- One Two Ka One (2006)
- Love Mein Ghum (2011)
As director and producer
|2005||Koi Tujh Sa Kahan||Urdu||Moammar Rana, Reema Khan, Nadeem Baig, Veena Malik and Babrak Shah|
|2011||Love Mein Ghum||Urdu||Reema Khan, Jia Ali, Ali Saleem, Javed Sheikh, Afzal Khan, Nabeel Khan, Araida and Johnny Lever|
|2011||Tarang ("Hero Bannay Ki Tarang Sahi Jodi Ki Talaash")||Herself||ARY Digital|
|2012||Ye Ghar Aap Ka Hua||Herself||Geo TV Production|
|2012||Raati Masha Tola||Zeenat||Opposite Imran Abbas Aired on PTV Home. Telefilm|
|2012||Yaad To Ayengey||Herself||Geo TV Production|
|2013||Reema ka America||Herself||A Abroad Media|
|2018||Croron Mein Khel||Herself||Gameshow|
Awards and recognition
|1993||Nigar Award||Best Actress||Won||Haathi Mere Saathi|||
|1998||Nigar Award||Best Actress||Won||Nikah|||
|2000||Nigar Award||Special Awards||Won||Mujhe Chand Chahiye|||
|2019||Pride of Performance||Award by the President of Pakistan||Won||Herself|||
- "Indian cinema has no identity; they're simply copying Hollywood: Reema Khan". The Express Tribune. 27 March 2018.
- "Reema blessed with baby boy". The Express Tribune. 24 March 2015.
- Images Staff (24 March 2019). "8 artists including Mehwish Hayat and Babra Sharif receive civil awards on Pakistan Day". Images. Retrieved 27 July 2019.
- tabloid!, Usman Ghafoor, Special to (29 January 2018). "Reema Khan poised for a comeback?". GulfNews. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
- ANI (8 June 2009). "Reema Khan is Pakistan's Aishwarya Rai". Hindustan Times. Archived from the original on 23 July 2011. Retrieved 25 March 2011.
- "Fact check: 20 famous celebrities and their real names". ARYNEWS. 21 August 2018. Retrieved 14 November 2018.
- "ریما خان آج 45 ویں سالگرہ منائے گی". Daily Pakistan. 27 October 2016.
- "Reema and Dr Tariq Shahab celebrate 8 years together | SAMAA". Samaa TV. Retrieved 5 December 2020.
- "Pride of Pakistan: Reema Khan". Daily Times. 26 August 2018. Retrieved 4 April 2020.
- Swami Ji. "Pakistan's "Oscars"; The Nigar Awards (1957 - 2002)". The Hot Spot Film Reviews website. Archived from the original on 24 November 2017. Retrieved 23 January 2022.