Reema moves to her husband’s home
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Reema moves to her husband’s home
Reem’s “rukhsati” solemnised on Wednesday in Virginia.

Famous Lollywood actress and director Reema Khan has tied the knot with Dr Tariq Shahab.

Dr Tariq Shahab is a Pakistani-born American national cardiac surgeon and Reema’s wedding news with Dr Shahab were surrounding in the media for last six months.

A Pakistani fashion designer Hassan Shehryar has prepared the wedding dresses for the bride and groom.

As wedding gifts, Reema has received a BMW from her husband and a house worth Rs 100 million from her mother-in-law.

Reema’s first film, ‘Bulandi’, was followed by ‘Hathi Mera Sathi’, ‘Beta’, ‘Munda Bigra Jai’, ‘Miss Istanbul’, ‘Hum Toh Chalay Susral’, ‘Chahat’, ‘Insaniyat’, ‘Hawaain’, ‘Rani Beti Raj Karay Gi’, ‘Niki Jai Haan’, ‘Nikkah’, ‘Koi Tujh Sa Kahan’ and ‘Love Mein Ghum’.

Dr Shahab graduated from Dow Medical College University of Karachi before heading for the US for further training in cardiovascular diseases. He completed his Internal Medicine residency training at the University Of Michigan Medical Centre where he was awarded the Outstanding Resident of the Year Award.
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