Pakistani Film Star Resham
Resham was born on 1975 in Lahore. Resham is very attractive and tremendous actress of Pakistani film industry Lollywood. Resham appeared in director Syed Noor’s film Jeeva in 1995 for the first time. Resham gave very good performance in her debut film and got fame since that time. Resham has worked in hundreds of Urdu and Punjabi movies. After Lollywood film industry dark age Resham joined TV drama serials as icon actress. Resham worked mostly in ARY Digital’s drama serials. Resham has been also a model and participated in several fashion shows as model and has been working for many companies for their advertisements. Resham is a well-known actress in Pakistani films. Resham is always a respectful actress.
Resham is a Pakistani film actress based in Lahore. She debuted with Syed Noor’s Jeeva and later went on to star in a string of commercial hits in the late 1990s. She was noted for her performance as the upcoming model in Samina Peerzada’s Inteha.
Her films include Jeeva, Sangam, Dupatta jal raha hai, Jannat ki talaash, Muhabbat hai kya cheez, and Guns and Roses. Resham has also appeared in television serials like Mann-0-salwa.
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Resham’s films include, Jeeva, Sangam, Dupatta jal raha hai, Jannat ki talaash, Muhabbat hai kya cheez, and Guns and roses etc. Resham had also appeared in some superb television serials like Mann-0-salwa. Because of falling standards in film production, Resham had to keep away from Lollywood for a short time. Yet, the amazing actress is biding her time to prove her mettle once again. She only needs roles that test her acting calibre. Resham had recently declared that she is going to marry her long time friend for the past ten years, Mahmood Bhatti, a Pakistani fashion designer settled in France. On the other hand Mahmood Bhatti, already a married man, is completely overwhelmed by Resham and her love. Resham is active in films since 1995 till date and appears in many Urdu and Punjabi films in leading roles and also doing amazing roles in some tv plays
Your love story with Mehmood Bhatti seems quite puzzling. A few months back you were screaming from your rooftop that you were tying the nuptial knot, but then recently we heard that you have backed off. Is the party over?
Marriage is not just a word; it is a sentence. It’s a lifetime commitment and one should not make hasty decisions. There were certain cognitive factors like age difference, my permanent settlement in Paris etc. that made me change my mind. And I have no regrets
But these are more like hardcore facts which all and sundry knew from the very beginning.
True! But I had my apprehensions too. We both tried our level best to work things out but it didn’t work. It was then that we mutually decided to call it off . We didn’t want to spoil our friendship. Some people are not meant to be together.
Weren’t you madly in love with him?
Still I am.
But not willing to sacrifice.
But in love people go blind and sacrifice. Why didn’t you?
Love is blind but marriage is an institution. And, I’m not ready for an institution for the blind just yet. (Laughs)!
But a local tabloid reported that both of you are already married.
And that I had gone to Paris for honeymoon!
That I didn’t know.
Neither did I, but this is what I read in some newspaper. I was in Dubai for some commercial and they wrote that I was out on my honeymoon. Talk about yellow journalism!
Fuzon’s mega hit song ‘Deewane’ is surely a feather in your already overloaded cap. Are you happy with the outcome?
I am swollen with the pride that I am the first film actress from this side of the border to do a video with the Bollywoodwallahs.. And that too with dignity!
You mean other people play games to get work?
I don’t know but games yes, they can stoop pretty low to get their work done.
Like going to the airport to receive Indian directors and producers, or throwing dinners or lunches in their honour so they can star in their ventures. Do they give us the same kind of reverence when we go there? The answer is a big NO. That’s one of the spurs which averted me from go to India on this so-called-peace trip. My dignity means the world to me. I got ‘Deewane’ on merit. There were some actresses who were willing to give their eye and teeth to have me replaced and even offered hefty amount but it was meant for me and I got it.
How was working opposite Urmila? Were there any filmi tantrums from her side?
Not at all. Urmila is professional to the core. Very sweet, down to earth and is a lovely person to work with. I cannot forget the memorable moments I spent with her during the making of the video.
‘Deewane’ is a good video directed by Saqib Malik but unlike ‘Khamaj’ it couldn’t make waves. Khamaj created sensation not just on the local channels but also on the Indian channels like B4U and The Musik.
‘Khamaj’ and ‘Deewane’ are different songs with different style, theme and music. ‘Deewane’ is all fun. Something that can make you get up and dance to its upbeat rhythm while ‘Khamaj’ is a soft romantic number. There is no comparison between the two.
How would you compare yourself in Deewany with Zara in Khamaj?
Shaan and Zara looked good together. The chemistry between them was lethal. I think highly of Zara as a model.
Not as an actress?
No. She leaves a lot to be desired as an actress.
A little birdie has told us that you have been offered work in Indian films. Is that true?
I got a lot of offers when I went to India for the ZeeCine Awards, but will only sign with my terms and conditions.
We have also heard that you have joined Syed Noor’s camp again. How did it happen?
Yes I have signed two of his films. Luckily this time I got pivotal roles with a good team and good subjects.
Have you ironed out your differences with him?
There were no differences as such I just disagreed with him on one issue.
Sticking to one actress.
But of course! He doesn’t want to try anyone else.
Not me, maybe anyone. Saima is over the hill and it’s not appropriate for her to flirt with men hald her age like Moammar and Shaan. Viewers want a change a good change to be exact but Noor sahab ko kaun samjahay. Our industry needs fresh blood.
In ‘Pahla Pahla Pyaar.’ you played the main lead?
Kind of! I played Zara’s stepmother.
Zara as in Zara Sheikh?
But weren’t you apprehensive about playing this particular role? The two of you must be from the same age bracket?
A good role that is a good role. At this stage that is all I ask for. It’s a different role with a wide margin for performance.
Do you think this movie will bring back the naraz audience to the theaters?
That I can’t promise. Lollywood is on its last leg and a mere Pahla Pahla Pyaar can’t change the equation. One director, one actor, one producer, one actress can’t change the whole scenario. We cannot rely only on Saima and Shaan or on Sangeeta and Syed Noor. Our industry needs a complete makeover.
Chor Machaey shor
Kudyaan ko daley dana
Muhabbat hai kya cheez
Very good dunya very bad log
kaheen pyar na ho jaey
Dupatta jal raha hai
Do boond pani
Dil kach da khidona
Guns and Roses
Jannat ki talaash
Pal do pal
Uff yeh beewiaan
Pehla Pehla Pyaar
And many more movies
Saarah Aur Amaarah 1991
Aadam kay baitay 1991
Sargi da taara 1992
Dukh Sukh 1994
Amar Bail 1996
Uff yeah Ladkiaan 2001
Mutthi Bhar Chaawal 2008