While Imran Khan had recently claimed that marrying Reham Khan was a mistake, she has hit back at cricketer-turned-politician, saying marrying him was her biggest mistake. (Photo: AP)
London: After claiming that Imran Khan fathered a few Indian kids in her recently published autobiography, Pakistan cricketer-turned-politician’s second wife Reham Khan has launched yet another attack on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief as he dreams to become the next Pakistan Prime Minister.
While Imran had recently claimed that marrying Reham was a mistake, she has hit back at Imran, saying marrying him was her "biggest mistake".
"He should have chosen another sycophant," Reham told WION.
In another interview, Reham said that Imran has no connection to real life.
"He’s the only celebrity we have in Pakistan and expects everyone to do everything," she was quoted as saying by The Times. "I told him, ‘You’re like Rapunzel in the tower – you have no connection to real life. ’"
"He’s so narcissistic and single-minded about his goal (to become Pakistan PM) that he forgets the appropriate emotional response to things," added Reham.
In her book, Reham had said that her ex-husband thinks he is God.
"I married him because I believed in him and his mission, but it’s all fake," Reham said of Imran in her book.
Reham's book had made the headlines even before its release after she had reportedly disclosed her troubled relationship with Imran.
Additionally, former cricketer Wasim Akram and three others had served legal notice to Reham.
Following this, matters went from bad to worse. Reham said that she had received death threats regarding releasing her upcoming book.
"I have received death threats for releasing the book. I was also threatened to be defamed for the same. This is very depressing but I'm an optimistic person. These things don't pull me down in life," she had said, before adding, "The book is all about my life...the struggles and how I overcame it. After reading my book, many women will find a small part of themselves in it. I hope and pray that all that has happened to me should never happen to anyone. This book showcases how to conduct oneself, overcome failures and what led to my mistakes."