Pakistani cricketer Mohsin Khan, who married actor Reena Roy in 1983, has revealed that he has no regrets about his determination. In a brand new interview, Mohsin mentioned that he by no means watched any of her movies earlier than their marriage. Mohsin additionally mentioned that he was by no means influenced by magnificence however slightly by particular person.
Mohsin Khan married Reena Roy in 1983. They divorced within the Nineteen Nineties with Mohsin getting custody of their daughter, Sanam. The cricketer later remarried and misplaced Sanam’s custody. At the moment, he lives in Pakistan’s Karachi and Sanam stays together with her mom in India.
Talking with G Sports activities, Mohsin mentioned, “I’ve no regrets. I had married a human being, I didn’t see who she was or the place she was from. Ultimately, I had determined that I wish to keep in Pakistan. Although I went to England to play, I wished to remain in Pakistan.”
Speaking about Reena, he mentioned, “I by no means watched any of her movies earlier than our marriage ceremony, I swear upon God, nobody believes this. I do not watch, hardly ever do I. If I used to be leaving residence and there was an Amitabh Bachchan scene happening, I’d most likely cease and watch, that too for a couple of minutes. However in any other case, I’ve by no means watched movies. And I used to be by no means impressed by the wonder, I favored human being.”
Mohsin featured in a couple of movies debuting with JP Dutta’s 1989 movie Batwara. He additionally featured in Fateh, Gunehgar Kaun, Pratikar, and Saathi (1991), Laat Saab (1992), Madam X (1994), and Mahaanta (1997).
Reena made her movie debut with the drama Zaroorat (1972), on the age of 15. She grew to become well-known together with her roles in Jaise Ko Taisa (1973), Zakhmee (1975), Kalicharan and Nagin (1976). She additionally featured in a number of movies together with Jaani Dushman (1979), Aasha (1980), Arpan (1983), Asha Jyoti (1984), Naseeb (1981) and Sanam Teri Kasam (1982).
After her divorce from Mohsin, Reena returned to India from Pakistan. She made a comeback in Hindi cinema with Aadmi Khilona Hai (1993). She was additionally seen in Ajay (1996), Gair (1999), and Refugee (2000).
In an interview with Instances Of India, Reena had spoken about her ex-husband, “He’s in contact together with her (Sanam). They share a detailed father-daughter bond. He’s settled effectively in life. I pray that God retains him wholesome and joyful. I had the duty of my daughter. Her schooling is full now. Being a single mom, it’s important to maintain your daughter first. It’s a full-time job.”