How Young Fan of Reham Khan Welcomes Her on Lahore Airport
Khan was born to Dr. Nayyar Ramzan, a Pakistani physician. She is ethnically a Hindko-speaking Pashtun from the Lughmani tribe, a sub-clan of the Swati tribe. Her family hails from the village of Baffa, lying 15 km west of Mansehra in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. Her parents moved to Libya in the late 1960s, where Reham was born in Ajdabiya in 1973. She has one sister and one brother.
She is also the niece of Abdul Hakeem Khan who was a former governor of the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province and former Chief Justice of Peshawar High Court.
Khan has a Bachelor Degree in Education from Jinnah College for Women, Peshawar
She married Ejaz Rehman (Spelling variants include Ijaz), her first cousin and British psychiatrist, when she was 19. Following their divorce, Khan began working as a broadcast journalist. She has three children who have lived with her since the divorce.
On 6 January 2015, Imran Khan confirmed his marriage to Reham which ended on 30 October 2015 in a divorce.
Khan started her career in 2006 hosting shows on Legal TV. In 2007, Reham began presenting for Sunshine Radio Hereford and Worcester. In 2008, Khan joined BBC as broadcast journalist.
In 2013, Khan came to Pakistan and joined Pakistani news channel News One. She later joined Aaj TV. In 2014, following a brief stint at PTV, she joined Dawn News presenting the current affairs show In Focus. Following a brief hiatus in early 2015, she resumed her work with a new show on Dawn. The Reham Khan Show, a programme celebrating Pakistani heroes, debuted in May 2015. In December 2015, she started a new talk show by the name of Tabdeeli on Neo TV. Tabdeeli (change) is also a political slogan of Imran Khan, her former husband.
Khan has also produced an upcoming Pakistani film Janaan with Imran Kazmi. The romantic comedy set in Swat, written by Osman Khalid Butt and directed by Azfar Jafri is set for release in early 2016.
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