12 outtakes from Reham Khan's controversial tell-all

12 outtakes from Reham Khan's controversial tell-all

As she made the announcement, copies of her book were already beginning to circulate online
13 Jul, 2018

Yesterday Reham Khan caused a stir as she announced her hotly anticipated biography was available for purchase.

As she made the announcement, copies of her book were already beginning to circulate online, with many taking to social media to reveal the more shocking pronouncements she made in the book.

As quotes from the book began circulating, commentators on social media began calling the book out for containing false representations of people and events. Some also criticised the book for going too far and violating the privacy of those mentioned.

Images read Reham's tell-all, titled Reham Khan, and excerpts are listed below.

Reham on politics within the PTI:

"Shah Mehmood Qureshi was seen by the majority of Insafians and locals in his home constituency of Multan as useless, but he was adored by his female followers. He was seen as someone who had much influence, which was fairly accurate, as Imran hated him and ridiculed him in private. Jahangir Tareen, on the other hand, had serious influence. Everyone knew Imran would violate every rule in the book for him."

"Everything in the house was paid for by others: the dates, cows, goats, cars, petrol, salaries, hundreds of trees, and even the construction work. We had wondered why he [Imran] did not notice Rawalpindi being wiped out in the local bodies, until I discovered Bani Gala was kept green by the likes of Amir Kiyani... over 500 trees were delivered regularly to the property by the Senior Vice President of the PTI, the man in charge of giving out the tickets... Imran's paradise was fare more important than the hell Rawalpindi's people were living in."

"There was another lobby which Imran was seemingly not conscious of. It was covertly and remotely led by Asad Umar, and the operatives on the ground were Shireen Mazari and Naeem ul Haq... I was stunned to discover the awful language used by my husband for this lady. I tried my best to make him behave more appropriately towards her, but Imran was just too set in his ways."

On Imran Khan's spiritual advisors

"A new female pir was introduced to him by Awn Chaudhry in 2014. This allegiance was about to take Imran to another level of absurdity. It didn't stop at black lentil magic and taweez. i was about to find out that my husband believed in a whole host of crazy things that were beyond any logical or human rationale."

"Over August, the signs of voodoo were everywhere... I was told by guards at Bani Gala that Aleema's husband woulf come and bury amulets in the flowerpots near the front door, and strange spells were cooked in pots in the room of Navaad, the man who looked after the buffaloes. I was totally at a loss. Black lentils, spiritual advisors, magic amulets? Just what the hell had I gotten myself into here?

On her relationship with Imran Khan:

"Was I in love? The short answer is no. I wasn't in love with Imran, at this point at least... But I was definitely getting attached to him, and I would be lying if I said it didn't affect me."

"For the first few days, he kept asking me: 'Do you love me as much as I love you, Reham?' I gave him an honest response: 'Imran, I love you more with every passing day.' It may have started with his relentless pursuit, but I grew to love him as I loved my children."

"[Imran's] lifestyle was so different to that of my social circle. It was a bizarre life. It was all sex, drugs and rock n roll."

On her divorce from Imran Khan:

"Throughout the marriage, anchors would contact anyone who claimed they knew me from England and try to dig up dirt on me. As soon as the divorce was announced, the anchors who had led the campaign against me were seen being received by Imran as honoured guests for the grand opening of SKMT Peshawar."

"I was staring at emails that would leave me with no excuse to stay with the man I thought I was married to... And one conversation, between him [Imran Khan] and the ex-girlfriend Kristiane Backer was informing him of arrangements made with my first husband: to attack me as soon as divorce was announced and to use a lawyer's advice to gag me. My husband had conspired with my lifelong tormentor."

On Imran's previous relationships:

"He held resentment towards her [Jemima Khan] for sending lawyers to him immediately after the divorce, to ensure a final financial settlement so that he could not claim anything later. I interjected that it was pretty standard. Since he was a dependent with no income and she was the one with the money, she would be expected to do this. But he shook his head at her attitude and insisted it was just her meanness."

On Ayesha Gulalai

"She seemed like a woman who was severely emotionally disturbed. i recalled the pictures of them both sitting in matching leather jackets in the winter of 2016, and the rumours of another Pashtun bride from Bannu. It appeared to be yet another story of a woman led down the path of 'use, abuse and betray.'"


KeyserSoze Jul 13, 2018 07:46pm
Nice read.. very scandalous..
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MONIER Jul 13, 2018 08:28pm
Exposing personal and bedroom details of personal life to make money is not appreciated.
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ijall Jul 13, 2018 11:31pm
clearly not an amen
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irfan Jul 14, 2018 01:09am
Reham Khan says that her husband , the query is that whether the book was written before divorce or after? if it was written before divorce then she is right to say her husband (Imran Khan ) if after then how she could say her husband imran khan.
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Qasim Jul 14, 2018 10:58am
So she had so many issues with Imran Khan, yet he was the one who initiated the divorce not Reham. Why didn't she moved out of his home? She has lost her respect, people running after fame and money end up with nothing in the end.
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Adil Quraishi Jul 14, 2018 11:18am
Reham Khan,an usually courageous woman who unmasked Imran Khan's true face. The world must see take notice and condemn people like Imran for their hippocracy.
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GHALIBJEEE Jul 14, 2018 11:31am
Writing this book is completely wrong by every Moral / Religious and Social standards, It does not make any difference if what is written is true or false it is just wrong. And when a person does not hold any moral standards then he or she cannot be trusted to speak the truth.
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Fawad Jul 14, 2018 11:37pm
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Ghalib Jul 15, 2018 12:00am
I think everyone should read the book before commenting. It’s a fascinating read. Voters are then free to make us their own minds. Why should it not be published before the election? As a voter I am happy to have more info to hand before casting my vote. After reading the book I do not there is a party vote worthy in Pakistan today.
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Farooq Jul 15, 2018 01:31pm
Dawn is the only media outlet that is trying its best to make the book but even Dawn is struggling to copy anything from the book, it is so bad. Someone has fished the only parts that can be reproduced in a newspaper :)
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Zak Jul 16, 2018 09:16am
Book of fiction and malice.
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Haseeb Bukhari Jul 16, 2018 05:02pm
So a women who fell into marital problems soon after her marriage with IK and she was able to notice or discover so much which the general public we not aware of.. including his opponents...
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