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Makeup artist Shoaib Khan leaves fans in awe by transforming himself as Rani Jee

Khan posted a picture and video on Instagram recreating his looks, not only her looks inspired the fans but her dance moves in the video surprised everyone.

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Famed make up artist, Shoaib Khan has done a wonderful transformation once again. This time the makeover expert has bagged accolades by paying a tribute to the legendary actress Nasira Begum, commonly known as ‘Rani’.

Khan posted a picture and video on Instagram recreating his looks, not only her looks inspired the fans but her dance moves in the video surprised everyone.

The artist took to his Instagram handle saying, “Revealing my humble attempt of tributing a legendary actress of Pakistani cinema ‘Rani Jee’. She was born on December 08, 1946, as Nasira Sarfraz. Known for her expressive eyes, sensuous curves and superb dancing skills, her acting career spans over a period of 32 years.”

Describing the looks and styles, the artist told the fans on how he managed to pull off her aesthetics.

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“While recreating this look, I took a critical study of her talent and work and got to know that she wasn’t a mere character; she was an academy. She was incomparable in her profession. Her acting, dancing, beauty, and dressing was exceptional and that is why I’ve always been such a big fan of hers.”

While concluding his post, he went on to write, “My memories of actress Rani forego to the time when she had a petite physique, soft dialogue delivery, and facial beauty. I used to watch all her movies and tried to mimic her dialogue delivery and dancing intricacies.”

Fans have already know the actress whom he has transformed into his looks and styles, Rani Jee, was known for chemistry with Pakistan’s chocolate hero Waheed Murad and starring in hits such as Tehzeeb (1971) and Anjuman (1970).

the authorSamra Mazhar