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|Occupation||Actress, producer, director|
Reema Khan (Urdu: ریما خان), known mononymously as Reema, is a Pakistani 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.
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|
|2018||Azaab-e-Zindagi||Mariam Fatima||Hum Network Limited and Angeline Malik Productions|
|Ye Ghar Aap Ka Hua||Geo TV Production|
|Yaad To Ayengey||Geo TV Production|
|TARANG ("Hero Bannay Ki Tarang Sahi Jodi ki Talaash")|
|Reema ka Amreeca|
|2012||Raati Masha Tola||Zeenath||Opposite Imran Abbas Aired on PTV Home. Telefilm|
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- ReemaKhan – Biography. Reemakhan.info. Retrieved on 8 October 2011 Archived 20 October 2011 at the Wayback Machine
- , The Express Tribune newspaper article on actress Reema Khan, Retrieved 23 Dec 2015
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