has been pursued by Bollywood since the 90's. Though many of us might
find that hard to believe since Reema wasnt as refined as she is now
and we all suffer from the "Ghar ki Murghi Daal Barabar" Syndrome, it actually is true. Reema
has visited India on several occasions and has taken part in many elite
social functions. She has also recieved many awards in India as well.
After peace processes began to take place between India and Pakistan,
Bollywood Producers began to persue the gorgeous Pakistani Actress even
more. Many actors who have been to India before did not recieve roles
worthy enough of their status in Pakistan.
Taking caution, Reema refused to do any roles in India by simply
explaing that she just wasnt interested. After relations began to
began to refuse Bollywood more openly, saying that she does not see it
fit to work in Bollywood when the two nations have such tension between
them. Now recently Reema was offered another movie that was supposedly
a very big cast movie, however, Reema refused to work once more.
NDTV, one of India's most biased news channels reported the news portraying Reema as a arrogant actress who believes herself to be to good for Bollywood. NDTV also compared Reema to Ashwaria Rai refering to her as the Pakistani Rai as a angle to further spice up the story of the actress from Pakistan who thinks too much of herself. The NDTV Website was flooded by angry Indians who expressed extreme anger against Reema and simply attacked the actress.
Reema, who started out as a young actress with no sense of style, transformed into a icon. She now co owns a Hotel in London, is the face of LUX, has produced and directed two films, has received the National Award in Pakistan, has recieved the performing arts award in France, had won the supporter of arts award in Norway,
and recieved serveral other recognitions, has once again showed real
signs of sensibility by saying NO to Bollywood once again. To Reema, fame in the neighboring nation means nothing, as she once revealed in a interview. To Reema, the love of her own people is quite enough. Well you have it Reema, we do love you and wish you every bit of luck in all your future plans.