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Jemima Khan shares throwback video clips with Imran Khan

In an interview with Australian TV, she said that she was in the airplane that was hijacked and it was an unforgettable experience of her life.

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Jemima Goldsmith shares a clip of her throwback footage and video clips with her former husband Imran Khan. She shared a small video made by Australian TV on her life in Pakistan after marrying Imran Khan.

The Australian TV sharing the small documentary on its Twitter handle said: “Jemima Khan had spent 10 years living in Pakistan after marrying former President Imran Khan in the 1990s. She tells us what she learned about love and marriage while living there, and how it influenced her new film.”

Jemima Khan is in Australia promoting her upcoming film “What’s Love Got To Do With It”. In an interview with Australian TV, she said that she was in the airplane that was hijacked and it was an unforgettable experience of her life. She then stated how the pilot overpowered the pilots and saved the passengers. Khan said the pilot tried to crash the plane through a suicide attack. He took over the control of the pilot but then the co-pilot, who had watched National Geographic much, showed courage and saved the airplane from the crash.

She said since then she is afraid of flying on long journeys on an airplane. In the same interview, she also shared her thoughts on arranged marriages.

Despite her separation from Imran Khan, she is still very popular among Pakistanis. She has also admitted her love and connection with Pakistan on several occasions.

She recently raised more than Rs.40 million for the flood victims in Pakistan. Jemima along with her brother Ben Goldsmith had organized the event to raise money for the flood victims in Pakistan.

Read more: Jemima raises more than Rs.40 million for flood victims in Pakistan

Notable personalities in the UK attended the event. Fatima Bhutto, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan was in attendance at the event. Other dignitaries also graced the charity event.

Jemima Goldsmith shared the picture with Fatima Bhutto and extended her gratitude for providing support for the successful event. The event talked about the devastating floods and how climate change is affecting Pakistan.