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Gauri Khan


Gauri Khan (née Chhibber; born 8 October 1970) is an Indian film producer and fashion designer who works in Hindi films and the design industry. She has produced films including Main Hoon Na, Om Shanti Om, and Chennai Express under the production company Red Chillies Entertainment that she co-founded in 2002 with her husband, actor Shah Rukh Khan.

Khan is also an interior designer who has designed spaces for high-profile individuals such as Mukesh Ambani, Roberto Cavalli, and Ralph Lauren, as well as celebrities. In 2018, Khan was named one of Fortune magazine's "50 Most Powerful Women".


Gauri Khan was born as Gauri Chhibber in Delhi to Punjabi Hindu parents Savita and Colonel Ramesh Chandra Chhibber who belong to Hoshiarpur. She was raised in the suburbs of Panchsheel Park, Delhi.[8] She completed her schooling at Loreto Convent School, completed high school at Modern School Vasant Vihar, New Delhi, and graduated from Lady Shri Ram College with B.A. (Hons.) in History. She also completed a six-month course in fashion design from the National Institute of Fashion Technology and learned tailoring due to her father's garment business.


In 2002, Khan and her husband Shah Rukh Khan established the film production and distribution company Red Chillies Entertainment. It was transformed from the now-defunct Dreamz Unlimited which the couple first established in 1999. She serves as co-chairperson and the main producer of all the films produced under the banner. The first film she produced was Farah Khan's directorial debut Main Hoon Na. The film performed well at the box office, becoming the second-highest-grossing film of the year. She also made a guest appearance in one of the films she has produced Om Shanti Om (2007).


She is managed by the Bottomline Media, and close confidante and friend Tanaaz Bhatia from NYC. Khan also designed a fashion collection titled 'Cocktails and Dreams for Satya Paul in 2016.