Beautiful Ghanaian actress Khareema Aguiar came out of her shelves and brought out the crazy side of her last Friday October 26, 2012 at the Silverbird cinema for the premiere of new movie “Testing the Waters” from the stables of Roger Q Production.
Movie lovers, who trooped to the Mall to watch the movie, couldn’t believe why the fast growing actress would consciously decide to look scary to meet her fans at a public event of such nature.
The “Check Mate” actress was spotted by Peacefmonline.com in a sleeveless straight dress made with African prints nicely designed by Jill Hanna with black Christian Loubuton shoes and black clutch from actor John Dumelo’s J.Melo Collection to match but what made her appearance awkward and attracted a lot of attention was an overelaborated eye lash she had on.
Even though this is not the first time a female celebrity was putting on an extended eye lash, actress Khareema Aguiar took it to another level with an extremely longer and thicker eye lash almost blinding her. One can only imagine how Khareema made her way to the Silverbird cinema and how she was able to watch the new movie she starred in with her eyes almost closed.
The eye lash extension which looked like furthers made it difficult for anybody to look at Khareema twice. Even though a few of her curious fans went closed to take pictures with her, most of the people present looked at her in shock and seemed scared to go close.
Khareema Aguiar Starred in “Testing the waters” Produced and Directed by Roger Quartey alongside other fine movie stars such as; Eddie Nartey, Ingrid Alabi and also Henry Adofo Asiedu based in Italy among others who were all present at the premiere. The movie will be showing at the Silverbird Cinema for the next two weeks.
Khareema become popular after her supporting role in Shirley Frimpong Manso’s ‘Checkmate’, alongside Nadia Buari, Ekow Blankson, Naa Ashorkor Mensah Doku and Senanu Gbedawo.
She surfaced on Ghana’s movie scene through the television series, ‘All That Glitters’ on GTV in 2005. Since then, she has appeared in a number of movies including ‘Turn Me On’.
She set up the K.A.F.A (Khareema Aguiar Foundation for the Aged) in 2010 to aid the aged.
Khareema is organizing a charity program sponsored by HI Sense Electronics and Benco Hospitex with her foundation at Accra Mall from 4th to 10th November 2012 where volunteers would educate the public on the need to respect and support old men and women in our society. The foundation would also raise funds by texting KAFA to MTN short code 1953 to donate to the foundation.
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