Secret Interview Of Imran Khan With Reham Khan Video Leaked Must Watch
A conversation between the Khan’s; some never asked questions before. Chairman Imran Khan opens up about his childhood, his tunnel vision obsession with cricket, his mothers role in shaping who he is, the importance of working women in contributing to society and his love for music and a taste for Japanese food. A lighter side to Kaptaan, refreshing to hear some more personal stories from within the walls of Bani Gala.
Imran Khan yesterday announced the end of his second marriage after just ten months.But there were many who expressed surprise that the union had managed to limp on for that long.
After all, his marriage to former regional BBC weathergirl Reham Khan had been mired in controversy from the start, not least because of claims that the former cricketing hero’s family and friends could not bear his ambitious, Westernised bride. Perhaps, more crucially, she had also alienated the opposition political party he leads in Pakistan with her penchant for wearing revealing clothes and expressing strong personal and political opinions.
In conservative Pakistan women are expected to be modest and demure – not words which could apply to the sultry divorcee, who has made headlines for all the wrong reasons, not least for publicly raking over the tawdry details of her first marriage to a doctor, the father of her three children.
This is not to mention the fact that just a few months into her marriage to Khan, 62, a cousin of Reham wrongly accused his ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith – the mother of his two children – of being behind a smear campaign against her. From the moment she married Khan, the internet was awash with stories about Reham, from her low cut tops and skimpy skirts, and her cooking of pork sausages to outrageous and patently false claims that she was a serial cheat.
But Imran seemed to stand by her. So what drove the final nail in the coffin of the marriage?
Many believe Reham underestimated the fact that, despite divorcing in 2004, Jemima and Khan remain close, and point out his fury that Jemima was accused of jealously smearing her. Other sources said the couple were ‘simply not getting along’, not least because Reham was so unpopular with Imran’s family. Then there were those who had darker theories – about her plans to launch her own political career, her wish to give a ‘tell-all interview’ about her first marriage, and her complex past.