About Gauri Khan (Chibber)
Gauri Khan (Hindi: गौरी ख़ान, Urdu: گوری خان, Punjabi: ਗੌਰੀ ਖ਼ਾਨ) (born Gauri Chhibber on 8 October 1970 in a Punjabi family originated from Punjab, India) is an Indian movie producer and the wife of Bollywood actor Shahrukh Khan, with whom she co-founded Red Chillies Entertainment, their film production and distribution company in 2002.
Early life and education:
Gauri Khan is a Hindu of Punjabi mohyal brahaman origin, born in New Delhi, India, the daughter of Mrs Savita Chhibber and Colonel Ramesh Chandra Chhibber.
She graduated from Modern School, New Delhi and has a degree in History from Lady Sriram College (University of Delhi).
She then married Shah Rukh Khan, who went on to become one of the biggest actors in the Bollywood film industry, and has produced some of the movies in which he is the main actor, including Paheli, Main Hoon Na, and Om Shanti Om. She also made a short guest appearance in Om Shanti Om.
She used to host a weekly Hindi music countdown show, Oye, for a music channel in the 1990s. She is the face of the fashion line, Aftershock. She appeared on the January 2008 cover of the Indian edition of Vogue.
Together with Shahrukh Khan, Gauri is part-owner and part-producer of the production company, Red Chillies Entertainment (RCE). Shah Rukh started the company for his friend and colleague, director-choreographer Farah Khan. With the backing of RCE, Farah launched her directorial career with the movie, Main Hoon Na (2004).
She met Shahrukh Khan in 1984 and married him in 1991. They have two children, Aryan (born 1997) and Suhana (born 2000).
* Main Hoon Na (2004)
* Paheli (2005)
* Om Shanti Om (2007)
* Billu (2009)
* My Name Is Khan (2010), (Co - Producer)
* Happy New Year (2011), (Co - Producer)