Photos: Forget Shah Rukh Khan, Raees is about gorgeous Mahira Khan as well!

The audience is eagerly waiting to see the fresh pairing of Mahira Khan and Shah Rukh Khan on the big screens. Raees is slated to hit the theatres on 25 January 2017

Rahul Dholakia’s directorial venture Raees is slated to hit the theatres on 25 January 2017. The excitement level among the fans is already high. People are eagerly waiting to see the fresh pairing of Pakistani actress Mahira Khan and Bollywood superstar Shah Rukh Khan. Interestingly, Mahira is already an established name in India, all thanks to her serial Humsafar that featured Fawad Khan as well.

When it’s about SRK’s movie, the actor is put under too much of limelight. Not that we have an issue with it but then we tend to forget the other actors/actresses who have an important role in the film as well. The ever stunning Mahira Khan has already garnered a huge fan following in India.


Her prepossessing photos on the social media are clearly indicative as to why she has been tagged as the most beautiful woman in Pakistan in 2012. For that matter, she has gained recognition at the international platform as well. In 2015, Eastern Eye conducted a poll wherein Mahira was voted as the tenth sexiest Asian women.


She has already charmed us with her terrific screen presence as Aasiya in Raees. Be it her battery sala dialogue where she winked naughtily at Shah Rukh or her appearance in songs like Zalima, Mahira is the most sought-after actress currently.


Be it the western wear or the traditional wear, Mahira has carved her distinctive fashion style that can be easily distinguished from her contemporaries. Her stunning photoshoots for various commercials have always been loved by the audience.




Mahira has also worked with Atif Aslam in Bol that was critically acclaimed. The actress received praises for her power packed performance in the movie. With her upcoming big release Raees, we know that this will give her a huge boost.




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