In 1994, Shameem Ara produced another hit film Beta with the team of Hathi Meray Sathi (Reema, Mohsin Khan, Rambo and Sahiba). And after the success of Beta, Reema achieved the status of one of the top actresses of Lollywood.
In the very next year, Reema appeared in the film Munda Bigra Jaye with a new actor Baber Ali. The pair of Reema and Baber Ali won the hearts of Pakistani film viewers and together they gave many hit films to their fans, such as Jo Darr Gaya Woh Mar Gaya, Sarak, Love 95, Chor Machaey Shoor, Mamila Garbar Hai, Hum Tu Chaley Susral and Laghat-e-Jigar.
Reema appeared in later films with Saud, Ajab Gul, Izhar Qazi and Muamar Rana as well. But the graph of her successful films started to fell down and financiers turned their face towards Reema’s rival, Saima. In 2002, Reema’s two films released, Asif Ali Pota’s Fire and Samina’s Shararat. Both films flopped and made it more difficult for Reema to maintain her top position. And within that period when Reema announced to direct a film, critics said that her acting career has been finished. Now her first debut as a directress Koi Tujh Sa Kahan has been released all over Pakistan and has been declared the most successful film of 2005. This film won the Best Film award at the Lux Style Awards 2006- Pakistan. She also won award for the best actress and Director for the same film.